Ghana · Musings


One fact about senior year is, no matter how hard you try to avoid them, thoughts of life after school always find a way of making their presence felt. It may be through an innocuous comment from a lecturer, a colleague exuberantly mentioning the plans they’ve got or even the carefree lifestyle of one’s juniors.… Continue reading SENIOR YEAR CHRONICLES: UNCERTAINTY

Anecdotes · Ghana


The headmistress talked animatedly about watching the children pour oil on the small puddles of stagnant water on the school compound. “This whole area used to be full of mosquitoes. Mosquitoes. Everywhere. During the day!” “Things have changed now. I know that if anything will kill them, it won’t be mosquitoes or malaria. They know… Continue reading HOPE