Transform through words
Episode 1 We’ve been friends since creation but we physically met in junior high school. We are a group of four, each crazy in her own way. I’m not much of an English scholar; not even close, so pardon me if you spot any grammatical errors in this my account of our ups and downs,… Read More »
I was aboard a public vehicle (trotro) about three weeks ago. After taking my change from the bus conductor, like I always do, I picked my sanitizer carefully out of its reserved pocket in my handbag and applied it in the prescribed fashion. The trotro arrived at my get-off bus stop and I alighted. On… Read More »
The first thing about Araba Eduafoa is this: she is a ‘Jesus-freak’ and isn’t sorry about it.
Araba is an author of stories of varying genres, poems and songs.
She is an old student of St. Rose’s Senior High School of Akwatia in Eastern Ghana and has obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Ghana.
She’s got no doctorate degree in literary writing; she writes by inspiration.