Category archives: Blogs & Opinions

The food you love delivered fast!

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“We value your time; the reason punctuality finds itself in our corporate values. Ensuring consumers receive their orders on time is our prime goal at Jumia, we will not relent until we satisfy our clients with quality service.” These were the closing words of the Marketing Manager of Jumia Food Ghana, Mr. Duke Kofi Adjahoe when he was throwing more light on[...]

Play Preview- 'Colours, Colours'

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An exciting stage play is set to hit Accra this September, one which seeks to treat patrons to an unforgettable theatre experience! The humor-laden, music infused and dance electrifying “Colours, Colours” is written by Nene Osiedu , and directed by Phanuel Parbey. The two-act stage comedy mirrors how everyday people handle challenges in life. It spells[...]

Why Kobina Ansah's Play, ‘My Wife-In-Law’ is a Must Watch

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With the advent of an avalanche of cinematography products, it is almost rare to find the raw, natural forms of storytelling served in their lip-smacking forms. In recent times where technological advancements place movie makers at the top of the scale, stage drama is becoming a thing of the past. Big heads including the veteran Ebo Whyte, Nii Commey, Sac[...]

Kobina Ansah’s #MyWifeInLaw to roll on Legon campus

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After successfully staging three plays with strange titles, playwright, Kobina Ansah is bound to unveil his new play MyWifeInLaw. The three-cast romantic comedy is about a mother-in-law who infiltrates her daughter’s marriage and eventually falls for her son-in-law. Mixed with humor and suspense, MyWifeInLaw will be staged at the Amegashie Hall, University[...]

Poetry Joint: On My Death Bed

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I Today, my kinsmen bid me farewell to Tsiefe, and instead of burying me at home, they have dumped me into a bush With only a tuber of yam to satisfy my eternal hunger. My sons cannot fire their muskets And neither can my daughters bathe ash in my honour. II My kinsmen will not break bread and refuse to throw the black cloth over their shoulder. My face[...]

THE “GOD WILL LOOK AFTER US” MENTALITY

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It’s quite amazing how we tend to gloss over everything in the name of spirituality. We over-spiritualize almost every aspect of our lives making such lives lopsided. We care less for details and doing things right with the hope of “God will look after us!” Can you imagine how much of our lives we have wasted because we shoved our responsibility under the[...]

10 LESSONS ANTS TAUGHT ME ABOUT MARRIAGE

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Ants are genius. Little wonder the Bible asked that the lazy man consulted them on how to become wise with regards to saving for the future. With my background in Biochemistry, trust me, there are a lot of fascinating facts about ants. And… these facts very much relate to life, especially marriage. I have learnt loads of lessons from the ant. Let me share[...]

“CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR PRIME GOAL AT JUMIA FOOD” - COUNTRY MD

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Set on a mission to provide a game changing experience for customers, Jumia Food has come up with a policy that aims at ensuring customers enjoy the full benefit for which the app was created in the best fashion. In a post distributed by the online food market outfit, it read, “Your time is valuable and today we are introducing something new which has nev[...]

OLD WINESKINS. NEW WINE.

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A man can’t live beyond how far and wide he thinks. If you want to see how big a man’s mind is, look at the small things he thinks about. How a man thinks today tells how far he can go tomorrow. If Ghana has to be any better, it comes back to one thing¾ our mindsets; how we think collectively as a people. We are our mindsets. Our mindset is us. We can’t b[...]

WHY ARE PROSTITUTES NOT PRESIDENTS?

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The first woman came from man. Thereafter, all men have come from women. Otherwise speaking, without a man there wouldn’t have been a woman… and without a woman, there wouldn’t have been men! This lends credence to the fact that even in a man’s world so-called, it would have been absolutely incomplete without the existence of women. Women are our helpers.[...]