From Ghana with Love


Today, I should share some original Ghana pictures with you all to start the year off. Some were taken in different parts of the country, others appeared in different facebook tags and the rest just surfaced!! Enjoy ankasa.

This chicken is happy, jollying itself across the neighbourhood, not knowing what in the name of soup is going to happen next!! Had it known…

Run away chicken
Run away chicken

Proud and shameless signboard announcing itself prominently on some streetside in Takoradi. We hear oo, Alhaji, we hear!!

Yoo, we hear!!
Yoo, we hear!!

Some proud repairman on the wayside had the high airs to question my reason for taking shots of his mess of a signage. Papa wei paaa!

Spot the correct spellings
Spot the correct spellings

There is no replacement for a good game of draught on the beach on a Saturday afternoon!! For these men deɛ, everyday is Saturday afternoon. Laziness papa bi!

Play and let me cut you Kwakwa
Play and let me cut you Kwakwa

And finally, one dude on Legon campus wrote his girlfriend’s name on the hard fleshy branch of a hopelessly spikeless cactus plant. Mosquito romance…you are the only sardine in my chop box!!

What does Millicent mean? Millimetre-centimetre??
What does Millicent mean? Millimetre-centimetre??

Oh, one last one. One last one!

Hot shot - No comments!
Hot shot - No comments!

Let the year bring us many unfortunate people to poke fun at, can I get an Amen on that!!

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