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Short story: Living with an enemy called wife – Episode 7

The night was black as soot with a flickering of light surrounding the Kotoka International Airport when Gambia Airline flight SE02545 touched down Sunday. Kwabena was asleep when a female flight attendant woke him up. He opened his eyes and saw the name Agartha embossed on the left breast of the attendant. His eyes balls recoiled […]

Live from the Woods: How Sophia Akuffo defeated Justices Dotse, Anin to land CJ job

She wasn’t part of the permutations of analysts. All the analyses about a suitable replacement for Chief Justice Theodora Georgina Wood never featured her. She belonged, in the words of some experts, to the past but she got the job. Supreme Court judges, Justices Jones Dotse and Anin Yeboah were the people tipped to occupy […]

Short story: Living with an enemy called wife – Episode 6

The weather had frown outside, with rains threatening to pour on a lazy Friday afternoon. Kwabena stood by the only window in Maa Pari’s bedroom overlooking the Somalia Drive road, keenly observing anything that passed. He had come to bid her a final goodbye since he would be leaving for Ghana in a couple of […]

Live from the Woods: Directive for closure of School of Survey and Mapping lazy

Disappointing. Mediocre. Infantile. Disingenuous. Malicious. These words vividly describe Tuesday’s directive by Lands and Natural Resources Minister, John Peter Amewu for the closure of the Ghana School of Survey and Mapping (GSSM). The Minister’s fiat was necessitated by the destruction of properties belonging to a company contracted to build supposed office complex for the Lands […]

Short story: Living with an enemy called wife – Episode 5

The Head Pastor of Revelation Chapel, Reverend Mike Annor said a prayer before the three caskets containing the remains of Esi and her two children were lowered into the freshly dug graves. The atmosphere was grave and grief-stricken. The countenance of mourners showed they had been crestfallen by the murder of one of most loving […]