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Monday, February 07, 2005

The Biggest Mystery in Life

It still amazes me how someone could still, at 27.5, be single. is that possible? STupid existential question to be asking this side of midday, but, hey, sue me! Getting a woman these days, let alone, a GOOD woman is so effing hard! Why?

It's not always about the lloks I don't think, and it's not about owning a car or not either. It's about meeting someone you are in sync with, and it is still proving so darn annoying to make that extra effort to find a woman.

I'm all confused, I mean it's not what exercises my mind every single day, but sometimes I think "tick, tock...where's the lady?" And I only see my ugly face...:-(


The search continues I guess...


At Monday, February 07, 2005 5:54:00 pm , Blogger Emmanuel.K.Bensah II said...

This isn't about anyone really. I am going to refrain from the solipsistic tendency to talk about myself and offer a more panoramic view of how I am seeing things right now.

I think it's all complicated--pretty much like myself, but I thought I would put it on record that Ebo Godwin (Associated Press/BBC) has just finished speaking with Paul Adom Otchere (lawyer/journalist) who works for CITI FM-97.3, one of my favourite radio stations since I arrived back home in Accra, Ghana in August 2004. The site is, and the programme is CITI EyeWitness News...

Dr.Emmanuel Bombande of WANEP (West African Network on Peace Building)here in sunny Accra is speaking with Paul A-O abt...TOGO.

You guessed it: they are still talking about Eyadema's death, and Paul has just asked Bombande a critical question: "do you feel embarrased that Ghana was present at the swearing in ceremony?"

My god...

The mind boggles...this may be a free world we live in now, but certain things I will refrain from posting up here...they gostraight into my journal!

Must go now. Received a call minutes ago from Mum that M cannot pick me up, so I have to make my way...and I am experiencing a serious cash flow.

Of all days!


AT work, L is really a gem---she's looking out for me, and I very much appreciate it...P came to talk to me about it, and was very terse about the whole thing...very frank, and I didn't expect otherwise:-)

She's cool...

E got back to me, and has asked me to call her later...M is expecting me to call her...G needs a call from me--want to find how she's doing in her course. Called P--she was ill--and at work!! Made her laugh--much to my lack of expectation if you will...

gotta piss off, k?

"what is happening in Togo is a reflection of what is happening in West Africa..."
-- Bombande.


At Monday, February 07, 2005 5:58:00 pm , Blogger Emmanuel.K.Bensah II said...

news from
We Would Not Be In A Haste To Condemn The Current Government Of Togo - Kwabena Agyepong
By Emmanuel Ohemeng/ Juliet Adeola
Posted: 07/02/05 16:18 GMT

The government of Ghana has come under incessant attacks by a section of the public for not coming out with a statement to condemn the sudden turn of events after the death of President Gnassingbe Eyadema over the weekend.

The failure of the government of Ghana to condemn the sudden amendment of Article 65 of the Togolese constitution has attracted a lot of criticism by a section of the general public, though the international community has condemned the new Togolese leader as illegitimate.

Speaking on CITI BREAKFAST SHOW, the Press Secretary to the President, Mr. Kwabena Agyepong, noted that it is prudent for the government to be cautious on delicate matters. He stated that Ghana has to measure its comments on the current development in Togo in order not to inflame passion on the government of Togo

Mr. Kwabena Agyepong added that President Kufuor is in constant consultation with leaders in the sub region, noting that a delegation is currently in Togo to deliberate on the current development. He stated that the leaders in the sub region are engaging in backdoor consultation with the Togolese officials for amicable resolution of the current constitutional hitch.

CITI NEWS can confirm that despite earlier difficulties faced by the African Union (AU) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) delegation entering Togo due to the closure of their boarders, the delegation including ECOWAS General Secretary, Dr. Ibn Chambas and the Niger Minister of Foreign Affairs among others are due to leave Togo after consultations with the new government later in the day.



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