Introduction Marriot Ampofu is my name and I studied Industrial Arts at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana. I completed my degree in 2010 and so my national service period was from 2010 to 2011. My National Service Posting Honestly, I was initially posted to somewhere in the Northern part of Ghana Read more about My National Service Story: Marriot Ampofu[…]
BACKGROUND Orji Chinonso Anthony is my name; a proud Nigerian from Abia State, Isiala Ngwa North and also a well-known musician with the stage name ‘Mr Naso’. I schooled in Ghana at KAAF University College, Gomoa Fetteh Kakraba and read Civil Engineering. I completed my course in May, 2016 and started my service in November, Read more about A Corper’s Life: Orji Chinonso Anthony[…]
Rapture has always had a spiritual connotation and most people have also always tried to avoid hearing that word, especially all the meanings associated with it. Interestingly, each and every one does experience some form of rapture in their life in one way or the other. Or better still most people experience a ‘rapturous’ moment Read more about Raptured Friendship[…]
BACKGROUND I am Joshua Ofori and studied English and French at University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana, West Africa.I had my national service at that same university and at the Institute of African Studies for the 2010/2011 National Service Year. GETTING THE POSTING I got to know about the service opportunity from a friend who saw Read more about My National Service Story: Joshua Ofori[…]
My name is Vivian Nkrumah. I studied Banking and Finance at Valley View University, a private university in Accra and after four (4) years of studies, did my national service in 2012 at the Ghana Interbank Payment and Settlement Systems (GhIPSS) in Accra. I actually applied to GhIPSS to have my national service with them Read more about My National Service Story: Vivian Nkrumah[…]
Patrick Walenkaki is my name. I studied procurement at the Accra Technical University, formerly Accra Polytechnic, and had my national service between 2011 and 2012. I did my national service at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Tema. I did not choose Greater Accra Region as the place for my service but i suppose the Read more about My National Service Story: Patrick Walenkaki[…]
My name is Freda Anoa Cann. I graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and French from the University of Ghana. In the latter part of 2013 (September/ October), I started national service at the Ghana Armed Forces as a Research and Translation Assistant under the Education Directorate. I was really excited to have Read more about My National Service Story: Freda Cann[…]
My name is Patience Ayeh and a graduate of University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana, West Africa. I pursued a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and Study of Religions and completed in May 2013. For my National Service, I was initially posted to Shama Senior High School in the Western Region, Ghana, to teach but Read more about My National Service Story: Patience Ayeh[…]
I believe most of us are familiar with taxis. In Ghana where I come from, taxi is the preferred mode of public transportation. It seen as more comfortable and ‘classy’ as opposed to the always uncomfortable, mostly over-loaded and often noisy alternative. I mean our very own version of the european ‘metro’- the honorable ‘trotro’. Read more about Taxi Palava[…]
The story of the Titanic has been and will always remain a beautiful story. I, for instance, will never forget the plot of that story. It’s a story that captures almost every facet of the experiences of human life.
It contained people from all walks of life and with different dynamics. It carried the bourgeoisies, the elites, the middle class, the poor, the famous, the not-known, the beauties, the not too-good-looking, the outspoken, the timid amongst others.
The titanic was life itself. How amazing that ‘life’ travelled and lived on the surface of the waters. I believe it had a magnificent view from every angle as it sat on the surface of the water and was watched in awe. Its existence could be attributed to a rare diamond found among stones. […]