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November 18, 2014


This notice appeared on THE VIEW’s Facebook page to which I commented: Christopher Scott Well, if you do get married, don’t buy a house near The View. They have no respect for their neighbours in this first class neighbourhood blasting music till the wee hours of the morning. Oh, I know, I know…but really, this […]


November 17, 2014


Lately I’ve been reading old posts, ones that have been read recently. Here’s one of them entitled GHANA NATIONAL TOURISM AWARDS-AFTER, the contents I had forgotten about. In August 2013, the Ghana Tourism Authority’s road show came to Kumasi to give advance publicity to upcoming December 2013 National Awards Ceremony, the first in six years! […]

….and the winner is? GHANA!

November 7, 2014


Should you follow the SCRAP SHORT TERM TOURIST VISA TO GHANA campaign on Facebook, you might have read a little debate on the recent Ghana Tourist Board exercise going around the country holding awards ceremonies. I was somewhat hostile to the program given the fact that it seems that’s all the GTA (Ghana Tourism Authority) […]

Bono apologizes, but not Four Villages Inn, Kumasi!

October 15, 2014


Today Bono apologized for the free release of album SONGS OF INNOCENCE on iTunes. I got it and I haven’t deleted it. In fact, this very morning I was playing it when I saw the announcement of the apology on the CBC news channel! Coincidence…but such is life and coincidence often spurs remembrance, like years […]

Kumasi: Famous in Nigeria as the Sign City, not the Garden City, of West Africa

April 16, 2014


Wow, I knew Kumasi had an issue with outdoor advertising billboards, banners, etc, but for it to reach the notice of Nigeria….. Well it has! If you’ve followed this blog, you know I have posted a lot on this problem over the years. So when I saw the title of the article So Much Clutter […]

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


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 […]


September 13, 2013


Bet you thought this be a treatise on the glories of this wonderful, peaceful nation and all it has to offer. Suppose you expected to see pictures of ominous slave castles, spectacular waterfalls, endless beaches lined with waving coconut trees and the glorious smiles of Ghanaians. After all, I am the fellow who initiated the […]