Showing posts from July, 2015


July 28, every year is observed as world hepatitis day. the day is aimed at raising global awareness of hepatitis thus a group of infectious disease known as Hepatitis A,B,C,D and E. It is also encourage prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Hepatitis affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, causing acute and chronic disease and killing close to 1.4 million people every year. World Hepatitis Day is one of the eight official global public health campaigns marked by the World Health Organization. Approximately 500 million people worldwide are living with either Hepatitis B or C. A free screening exercise was held today at the Radaach Lodge and Conference Center in Tamale for the people of Tamale and its environs. The team, made up of 5 doctors and 10 nurses and other health personnel. The team screened over 500 people today and gave counselling as well. According to health experts, if left untreated and unmanaged, Hepatitis B or C can lead to advanced liver scarri…


Education is key for development. However, access to good, quality education hasn't been the lot of many people in most parts of Ghana. Unfortunately, my trip on the Reach Beyond Outreach program has revealed to me that there still exist some ''schools under trees''. Jangbaragayili is a community in the Central Gonja District of the Northern Region located about 29 km away from Tamale heading to Kumasi on the Kumasi-Accra road. The community is faced with a lot challenges and education is no exception. The school currently has a two-room structure with a third been a tent made out of straw. During the raining season, teachers and students have to scramble for the little space available.In an interview with the assistant headmaster, he revealed that this structure accomomdates pupils from class 1 to class 6. Student without furniture have to lie on their belly to read and study. He made a passionate appeal for urgent help to salvage a situation which he describes a…


The workshop kick started with a prayer by the facilitator Joseph Kebbie after which he welcomed us to the training program. Zooming straight into the workshop he highlighted on the word IMPOSSIBLE which he read as I'M Possible. He explained that the word IMPOSSIBLE does not exist in his dictionary and shouldn't exist in that of the participants too. He explained that ''with God all things are possible'' so if we were created by God then we are possible. He challenged the workshop participants to get rid of the mindset of IMPOSSIBILITIES and put on the mindset of POSSIBILITIES. 

He went further to delve into the main subject of the day- SUSTAINABILITY.
He revealed that sustainability is in three forms and it includes SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY,ORGANIZATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY and FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY. He went on to explain each of the forms and highlighted majorly on how a radio station can take advantage of that. For social sustainability, he shared the importance o…


What would make you change your mind and attitude towards the job you are doing.
Is it money?
Is it the amount of time you get to rest or spend time with family?
One question that has been on my mind, would you leave your job to heed to a calling to go into missions?
Today I tell the story of Pastor Jacob Owusu, a former  magician now an evangelist who goes on missions to very deprived and "overseas" areas in Ghana. Currently residing in Jangbaragayili in the Central Gonja district of Ghana, where the people don’t have access to bibles, he engages the community to knowing the truth about the gospel and is happy about his calling.

I was lucky to have come across this beautiful missionary burning with the fire to spread the gospel and his story has inspired me.
Please follow this link  to listen to his 11mins story and your life would never be the same. If you are interested in supporting his mission please send me a mail on s…