Three years ago, due to undisclosable reasons, I was jolted into the realisation that I had to succeed much earlier than I’d planned. I realised that if I had to wait for the normal rate of advancement in my industry, I couldn’t pay the bride price for the daughter of the rich man I wanted to marry. Lol, which reminds me of one of my all time favourite Nigerian ads about this guy (Falz) being shocked by the 1 million Naira his prospective father in law was demanding as bride price for his daughter. If your data condition permits it, take a peak 😉 and let’s proceed.

You see, for such reasons as above, broda man has to be ingenious, has to find ways to make money from multiple legit streams of income. If your only shot at success is dependent on your boss getting in the mood to promote you, I don’t envy you at oooooorrrrr. For this reason, I am massively drawn to small boys and gerhs like me with massive ambitions. I have huge huge dreams, but among my friends I’m not the top dog kraa. Read More God Loves Doughnuts.


One of my favorite quotes go like; “There are those who wait for things to happen, and there are those who happen to things.” I love the latter guys, because even though good things may come to those who wait, better things come to those who make things happen. I have a weakness for proving naysayers wrong, upsetting the conventional, doing things others only wondered about, outlasting critics and doom sayers. I love it when the most unlikely person wins or the underdog emerges top dog. Maybe it’s because I’m tired of Ghana being tagged a third world country and little being expected of us. It Screen Shot 2014-07-16 at 10.51.56 AMsickens me how it’s normal to wait for new trends to break in the west and get ‘mastered’ here in Africa.

So I celebrate young entrepreneurs doing happening to things in amazing ways. I stand in ovation for every young Ghanaian chasing bold dreams and giving others a reason to believe that it’s possible. In coming weeks, I plan to feature young Ghanaians doing remarkable things and celebrate them with you.

Today, I celebrate such a feat by a Ghanaian company called Nsano that’s turning the heads of businesses and governments across Africa. Kofi, a young Ghanaian with bold dreams, runs Nsano. His company provides mobile financial software solutions to a clientele more elite than the English monarchy. What’s got me going gaga is their latest service; Gift Buddy! Gift Buddy is using technology to revolutionize the way newly weds receive wedding gifts. Their mission is to make sure that both newly wedded and bereaved get all their gifts. All of them. Now you may not know how crucial this is until you have your own wedding and realize that the number of gifts you saw at the reception look much more than the number that ended up in your hall.

Ask the Dansoman newly weds who found out that Read More Celebrating Ghanaian Genius- Gift Buddy!