‘Nkwasia buo’ and Gender Equality
I recently witnessed an engagement ceremony with a striking display of tradition and culture. Both bride and groom were cladded in beautiful African apparels with the initiation process depicting typical African values. Everything was on course until all of a
In the music industry where the life span of an average artiste is 3 years and 2 albums, it is shocking that an artiste can go on a ten year break, come back, and make an impact as though he
Who saves our textile industry?
When Aljazeera caught up and quizzed me on the threat cheap imported textiles are posing to our local textile industry, I didn’t hesitate to mention that instead of wearing our African prints once a week, the norm should be vice
Telenovelas over local drama series – Why???
I recall visiting my friend, Mr. Iyiola Ayoade, who happens to be the CEO of GH One TV with an amazing TV concept I developed, and he was intrigued by it and loved the concept. “This is a great idea,”