The Missing Megalia of Gbi State
Report by Manasseh Azure Awuni, June 2012 The last question I asked Kande Karim was how she felt about the whole incident. She sighed, shook her head and answered: “When I think about the whole thing I feel ashamed.” She wanted to continue. But when she opened her mouth, no
Kwadwo Njorfuni
Report by Manasseh Azure Awuni, November 2011 A boy in the hospital bed Kwadwo Njorfuni does not look like someone who will survive another day. His breath seems to be failing; and as he struggles to breathe, you can count all his ribs from a distance. But the thirteen-year-old boy,
The sad end of Kwadwo Njorfuni Read more at: http://www.manassehazure.com/special-reports/the-sad-end-of-kwadwo-njorfuni
Report by Manasseh Azure Awuni, December 2012 The Bad News It was bad news. It was not the kind of news 52-year old Njorfuni Wajah wished to hear after travelling more than 600 kilometres with his ailing son to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH). That was not what his wife, Victoria,
Behind Legon’s Bush Canteen
Report by Manasseh Azure Awuni, November 2011 Maggot in the Soup Patrick Dugle, a graduate student, says the Bush Canteen was his favourite eatery in the University of Ghana ten years ago when he pursued his first degree. And he still prefers the Bush Canteen to any other eatery in