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BOOSTING TOURISM GHANA STYLE!

April 12, 2014

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This post is dedicated to all the Ghana Bloggers meeting today at #BlogCamp14 in Accra. We have much work to do! I was only going to post about Lufthansa laying on the A330 on the Accra-Frankfurt-Accra run to replace the 737 thus doubling the passenger capacity. Great news for Ghana tourism. Needless to say, I […]

NESCAFE PROMO in ACCRA

March 20, 2014

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I wanted to post this on March 18 when the campaign was launched. Alas I am late just like Blogging Ghana that sent out the notice that follows on the very day, the 18th…. “We are sending you this mail to invite Blogging Ghana to The NESCAFÉ Get Started Tour which begins today on the […]

MAKE CHAIRMAN’S EMAILS AVAILABLE TO TOURISM COMMUNITY: Mr Akunu Dake, Chairman of the GTA board and Mr Edem Kpodo, the GTDC board chair.

December 20, 2013

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This article appeared in today’s online Daily Graphic and it has prompted me to write a madinghana post on a series of comments I’ve placed on the Ghana Tourism Authority Facebook page. They appear following my HAPPY TOURISM TUESDAY greetings and under GTA and GTD Committees inaugurated Here’s a synopsis of the comments. And at […]

RWANDA AGAIN! BUT GHANA TOO CAN ONE DAY BE THE HOPE FOR AFRICA

November 22, 2013

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Rwanda is mentioned time and again as an innovative African nation. Just recently Ghana’s top blogger Abocco, aka #Mighty African, founder of Ghana Think Tank and initiator of the Barcamp Ghana movement reposted this. It’s entitled Rwanda, The Hope For Africa and briefly presents a stark contrast between Ghana and Rwanda. Also, very recently, on […]

BLOGGING (2): THE US EMBASSY GHANA AND AFRICOM

April 3, 2013

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This is in follow up to my last post entitled “Blogging”; I had suggested you go to the US Embassy Ghana Facebook page to see my latest post by friends about the US Embassy. First, about the two pictures that begin and end this post, recently I took a little holiday and visited my ole […]

INDEPENDENCE DAY AT THE INN

March 7, 2013

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Last night was special. Two guests staying at the inn held a dinner party for six of their colleagues based here in Kumasi working on a sanitation project turning human waste into biogas. Now this is important to the future of Ghana addressing both energy needs and health issues. Near the end of the meal, […]

GIVE ME NANA OYE LITHUR FOR MY BIRTHDAY!

January 26, 2013

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Background: Nana Oye Lithur is a high-profile, gutsy Ghanaian human rights lawyer who champions all human rights including those of homosexuals here in Ghana where it is a crime. She has been nominated by President Mahama for the cabinet position of the Gender, Children and Social Protection ministry. I think her nomination is a stroke […]

ABOUT ME

December 4, 2012

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Jackie shared another picture which I just shared on my Christopher Scott Facebook page “You can size somebody up by the bumper stickers.” So what are my bumper stickers: 1. GIVE YOUR HORN A BREAK-I got this sticker from the nearby Environmental Protection Agency office. Noise pollution here in Kumasi is everywhere compromising the quality […]

THE KIND OF M.P. I WOULD BE LOOKING FOR

October 19, 2012

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Actually the title of this post is the title of Daily Graphic writer Vicky Wireko’s Reality Zone latest weekly column that appeared on Wednesday, October 17, and I want to comment on Vicky’s perceptive observations. First, unfortunately, the title does NOT read “The Kind of M.P. I am looking for” Second the title might have […]

VALUE ADDED CHAIN IN KUMASI (2)

October 18, 2012

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And wouldn’t I be remiss if I didn’t mention Kumasi’s premier meat processor FOUR VILLAGES INN meats that has just renewed its awning? Needless to say, Four Villages Inn Meats supplies Four Villages Inn with its famous beef and pork breakfast sausages. Now here’s a strong value added link between two quality businesses! What Ghana […]

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