OGOV Roundtable Discussion #1 - About the Participants

Julian Adomako-Gyimah: Julian is an alum of Presby Boys Secondary School, Legon. He holds a B.A. in Business Studies at the Kensington College of Business, London, a Diploma in Journalism at the Writers Bureau College of Journalism, Manchester, UK, Executive Diplomas in Strategic Management and Management, a Diploma in Management Studies and an Executive MBA at the Huddersfield University, UK. He has worked as a Financial Controller at Brook & Whittle, after working as an Accounts Manager at Ryder Plc, both in the UK. Additionally, he is a Chartered Manager and a member of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), also in the UK.

Julian is also the proud author of two bestsellers, namely Smile Africa and Recall, which are both available on amazon.com, bn.com, borders.com, and in major retail outlets around the globe.

Julian is a co-founder of One Ghana, One Voice.

Some of Julian's poetry: The Beautiful Child, This Is The Time

Vida Ayitah: Vida was born on July 19th, 1978 in a small farming community in the Volta Region. She has three sisters and one brother. She is currently living and working in Accra. She enjoys music and dancing as much as she does writing.

Some of Vida's poetry: Atonement, Mama

Edith Faalong: Edith was born on January 12th, 1986 to Mr. Joseph Y Faalong and Madame Hellen Tanye in the Upper West Region of Ghana. She currently lives in Accra, reading economics and geography as a third-year student at the University of Ghana.

Some of Edith's poetry: Sankofa

Prince Mensah: Prince was born in August 1977 to Dr. Louis and Rose Mensah. He attended Adisadel College, Extra Mural Academy, African-American HIV University(USA) and Mediation Training Institute(USA). He has written an extensive body of work including plays that have been staged at the Arts Center in Accra.

Some of Prince's poetry: Animal, Beach

1 comment:

edithfaalong said...

thank you anonymous for your constructive comments.
what i want to do in my village,is a near future thing. however,it makes me nobody or anything.
its my own way of helping flush out ignorance and illiteracy which i believe is the root cause of poverty especially in the rurals.its meant to open up the minds of the children,youth...

on the issue of over accord in our small network,i believe we are on the right tract.
lets hear more from you.