SHIFTING PERSPECTIVES


Abby and John walked to the car park together, laughing about an experience John had had with his girlfriend at a restaurant the night before. He and Abby had fast become good friends, and his girlfriend couldn’t wait to meet her. Speaking of which, he had to go and pick her up for a church

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Embracing the Silence


For some time now, I’ve not posted any article; which led some of my cherished readers to ask if I had gone on a break from writing. Truth be told, I didn’t have anything to write, not because of the famous writer’s block, but simply because I did not take time off to reflect and

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Being Esiaba


“I sometimes wonder how it will feel to be known…to be in the spotlight and to be appreciated. Being the only child has not really been easy and I feel so lonely sometimes. School is another matter altogether. I’d rather everyday were a holiday….” “Esiaba!” Esiaba dropped her pen, startled. Her mum’s loud call had

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An Unexpected Blessing


I had wanted something in particular for some time now, but wasn’t willing to spend on it (as like almost every other national service personnel, finding ways to save our little “allawa”* has been one of my main priorities since I started service), so I just forgot about it and moved on. Some days later,

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What type of generator are you? (By Nii Laate Lartey)


I have always been fascinated by the inherent power of the human potential. Some have been able to capitalize on this treasure during their lifetime but unfortunately, others allowed it to fossilize. The past two years have been very challenging for anyone in Ghana due to the incessant power outages. The crises were also loaded

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THE GHANAIAN MENTALITY


It’s Founder’s Day and I just wanted to add to the celebration of this day in my own way. We’ve come far as a country, especially in terms of age. I can still remember that catchy song which was made some years back to celebrate our 50th anniversary: “Ghana is 50, congratulations! Ghana is 50,

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MOTIVES


These past few weeks, one question has been at the forefront of my thoughts: Why do we do the things we do? Everyone has a central motive that drives them to do more, ranging from ‘I want to make my parents proud’ to ‘I just want to make wherever I find myself a better place’

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DAMAGE FINALE 🎉🎉


Tensions are escalating, and we can’t help but wonder what’s going to happen to our DAMAGE characters. Today, DAMAGE comes to an end with a double episode. Before that, here’s a recap of Episode 11 Enjoy! EPISODE 12 Asare quickly jumped out of bed to answer his phone. This was the call he had been

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About Nana

My name is Nana Boatemaa Amoah, usually known simply as Boatemaa. I’m a Christian and believe we all have a specific purpose to fulfill…that is one main reason why I decided to make my writing more than just a hobby, but also an opportunity to bless others. I never got round to blogging until my best friend of many years, pushed me to muster the courage and let others see what I wrote. That was about almost two years ago, and I’m glad I took that step

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