ANTOA NYAMAA, THE CONSTITUTION, AND A REASON TO LYNCH THIEVES by Ama Boakyewaa Adjei

  They caught up with him down the river. It took many angry reproaches, a cement block to the head, a gallon of kerosene and a match. He was dead within minutes; burned for having failed to escape with the stolen money…You just met the thief. Disgusted by their unruly behavior, I approached him who […]

The Invisible Stone by Alua Jonathan Abotiwine

  Everyone seems to assume a posture of defense when trouble looms But tragically, trouble always succeeds in rendering most of us defenseless. The reality is, our personalities, like a mansion, are made of a number of rooms, Each functioning separately to contribute to our wellness. Some of us are more complex in fabric than […]