ANXIETY; The BIGGEST PROBLEM that MOST PEOPLE in ACCRA don’t know EXIST!

Do you feel anxious for no reason? Are you endlessly worrying unnecessarily about your health, finance or life? Are you having panic attacks? Are you constantly on edge and anxious to the extent you can’t even concentrate sometimes? Do you find it difficult sleeping every night? Do you dream so much that you wake up…

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DO WEST AFRICAN MEN CHEAT more than WEST AFRICAN WOMEN?

Now this is one thing you hear women in West Africa especially say about West African men, especially in Nigeria and Ghana. Most women you meet in these places will automatically agree that their men are greater cheaters than their women, now is this fact or fallacy? How true is the statement that men cheat…

AFRICAN NATIONS SET TO WITHDREW CASH RESERVES FROM FRANCE

The proposal of eight West African nations to withdraw their currency reserves from the French central bank, has evoked a spate of reactions. While it has been largely hailed in the African continent, experts fear, the move having implications on the French economy, is fraught with political ramifications. The move also comes with the decision…

IS LEGALIZING PROSTITUTION THE ANSWER TO OUR RUNSGIRLS CRISIS?

There is a phenomenon spreading itself like a wildfire across West Africa and the world, this phenomenon is called the runsgirls phenomenon. The word “runs” comes from the Nigerian pidgin english dialect which is a local dialect originating in Nigeria that means “job” When the word runs is used in the Nigerian Pidgin dialect it…

NIGERIA & GHANA; A History of Brotherhood or Xenophobia?

This blog is in light of the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in Ghana, this blog goes into deep details to analyze the relationship between the two countries and to give the younger generation knowledge on the situation. This blog is in no way meant to foster hate or anger, I sincerely hope this post is…

NIGERIANS; The Second Class Citizens of Africa

Being born in Nigeria in the late 80s I grew up seeing the final vestiges of the parts of Nigeria that made it respected. I grew up around God fearing, loving and caring people who helped raise me alongside my parents. Uncles and aunties and even my childhood friends then, we were all filled with…