Sometime during the lockdown, I happened to watch a political discussion on one of the television stations in Ghana and during the discussion, I realised one thing which had always been the way of our politics in Ghana: partisanship.
Ghanaian entrepreneur and wellness activist Nana Konamah this July launched a digital Fibroids Campaign set to inform and educate the general public about Fibroids and amplify the stories of women who have suffered and overcome Fibroids.
Inspired by the story of Queen Esther; this blog seeks to explore on a young women’s preparation towards lifelong goals.
I think I have only ever concerned myself with the word ‘preparation’ when it came to examinations or tests I had to take at school. It’s usually been when I am facing a psychology test or mathematics exam that I hasten myself to prepare to ace it. However, when it came to this Great Test we are all taking, which is called life; I have realised that I haven’t been very particular about preparing myself to ace the test.
So how often do you wash or change your brassiere or bra? Once in a month? Or do you have that habit of wearing this ‘good’ or ‘lucky’ bra you like so much that you cannot remember the last time you washed it?
I was thrilled to see Dekocraft introduce their Cocoa Immune Booster Pack, which, of course, helps improve the health of people with underlying illnesses such as asthma, high blood pressure, and so forth.