Wednesday, 12 March 2014

BarCamp Tema 2014, Register NOW!


BarCamp Tema 2014 is a free networking forum bringing people together for a day of discussion, demos and dialogue on Tema, Ghana and beyond. It takes place on March 22, 2014 at the Rotary Centre (Club House) in Tema. The theme is “Building People of Excellence”.

This Barcamp will be the 29th organized by the GhanaThink Foundation as it builds a network of young change makers, doers and entrepreneurs in Ghana. It's being organized in conjunction with the Rotaract Club of Tema.

The Barcamp will feature multiple user-generated breakout sessions about business, social entrepreneurship, technology and development, alongside topics relevant to the Greater Accra Region and beyond. There will be a speed mentoring session where mentors will give insights and answers to questions from attendees. Various Tema leaders will be on a panel that will center on the theme.

Register/RSVP at the BarCamp Tema eventbrite website (barcamptema14.eventbrite.com) or text "Barcamp Tema [name] [email address]" to 1945 through any mobile network. You may also contact the BarCamp Tema team through the eventbrite page for sponsorship opportunities. If you are interested in organizing a breakout session, let us know, especially if you have special needs.

BarCamp Tema 2014 is sponsored by GhanaThink Foundation, Rotaract Club of Tema, Nandimobile, etc. Join us to move the Greater Accra Region and Ghana forward.
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See you there......

Via: BarCamp Tema 2014 Eventbrite page

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Ghana is 57! Happy Independence Day! #Ghana57

Borrowed from Google Ghana
Waking up around 4 am today (6th March, 2014) it started raining heavily with thunderclaps and lightening all over.
Immediately I said to myself:

Even nature knows......

The rains didn't spare the Black Star Square in Accra as well:
At 7 AM I saw my brothers seriously getting ready for the independence day parade in my community. While it was still raining, I'd no choice to send one of them to their school campus under my umbrella.

I didn't make it to any of these gatherings today. And am trying to believe what I saw last year didn't happen.

On my way to Ho today I saw many students along as usual.

But one thing: Does Independence Day celebration only means march pass by students, security personnel and others?

Some Facebook posts I liked:



Happy Independence Day!! Let's make Mother Ghana proud.

Akpe!

Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Liebster Award....

Liebster Award, what is this all about. I've never heard or seen it before as you are also doing now. This post have actually slept for too long in my drafts, but want it to stay in 2013. :-)

Well something little before I continue. I have decided to name this blog post Liebster Award.... with four dots or full stops because is a plus from +Missy May (post) who nominated my blog. Her title ends with three dots. :-D.

The Liebster Award

Ok.  From my research the word Liebster has German origin meaning dearest, says Google Translate.

The Liebster Award is given to up and coming bloggers who have less than 200 followers. Blogging is about building a community and it's a great way to connect with other bloggers and help spread the word about newer bloggers/blogs.

What Are The Rules

Answer 11 random questions from the Blogger that nominated you.
Nominate 11 new blogs (with less than 200 followers) and have eleven questions for them to answer

Questions For Me

1. What inspired you to start a blog?
ANS: Social Networking and sharing whatever I learn.

2. Have you been nicknamed by friends/families since you started blogging?
ANS: Yes.

3. Describe your style in one word.
ANS: Funny? * just know what to say here. :(

4. How has blogging influenced your life?
ANS: A lot, learn to express myself freely.

5. What is your blog about?
ANS: My community,  my self and everything. 

6. Why should people follow your blog?
ANS: Just to learn from me and I also learn from them.

7. Do you've a favorite blogger? Yes or No -and why?
ANS: Yes, I love his style. He just blog like nobody's business.

8. How long have you been blogging?
ANS: 1 year.

9. What do you enjoy about blogging?
ANS: Expressing myself.

10. Are you compelled to blog a certain way after reading or visiting other blogs?
ANS: Yes

11. Describe yourself in one word.
ANS: Newbie.

Blogs I've nomited


Now, My Questions for you

Bellow are 11 random questions from me:

1. What do you like about your blog?

2. How did you feel after clicking create blog?

3. How do feel about your first post today?

4. When do you like writing a blog post?

5. Which music do you listen to when typing?

6. How many times do you read over drafts before publishing?

7. Have you ever reverted a post to drafts?

8. Why did you choose that blog title?

9. Were you ever afraid of writing about someone or somethins?

10. Have you ever scheduled an article to be published?

11. Do you use Twitter? If yes, what do you tweet?


Looking forward to your answers on your various blogs.

Happy New Year!

Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Are You An SHS Student? Get Mentored For FREE

Are you an SHS (Senior High School) student thinking about what career you would like to pursue? Are you troubled with the course you are currently reading and whether it will lead to your desired career? 

Junior Camp Ghana and Ahaspora Young Professionals, Ghana,  is closing 2013 with a career mentoring and life coaching event dubbed "Changing Mindset, Channeling our future"!!

If you know any SHS student kindly share this event with them and make the end of 2013 awesome in their life. The flyer below says it all. 


Then this event is a must attend for you! All students should register here: OR Call: 0272196393 for more details.

Date: 30 December 2013, 10: 00 AM 

Venue: World Bank (Head Office), Accra 


Rate: FREE(free lunch too)

Merry Christmas, See you there.

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