Writing this tribute to the man Vince Padi has not been easy. Indeed it was with great sense of loss when we heard that our Vince had … Continue reading A Tribute the late Dr. Vincent Padi from GaDangme Foundation UK.
Nine years ago, my good friend Ima Plahar passed on to the other world. It was a difficult time for all of us. Nine years on, tears still well in my eyes when his name gets mentioned. Still cannot get over his passing. Today, I share the tribute that i wrote on his passing - … Continue reading Tribute to a good friend – Mr Ima Plahar
Cllr Evelyn Akoto moderating the panel at Southwark Black History Month Event on 17 October 2015 Karin Woodley, Dr.Kandie Ejiofor , Ade Sawyerr, Professor David Muir With so many issues within the black community it was always going to be difficult for me to prioritise on the topic to talk about. I was therefore happy … Continue reading Random thoughts on Black History Month 2015 @Southwark
http://www.voice-online.co.uk/article/why-we-must-support-black-carers Why We Must Support Black Carers Gloucestershire County Council is leading a project to research the needs of the large numbers of BME ‘hidden carers’. It is work that is long overdue, writes Ade Sawyerr Written by Ade Sawyerr 12/04/2015 02:00 PM SUPPORT NEEDED: Carers see their role as part of their duty and … Continue reading Why we must support black carers – Ade Sawyerr in Voice Online
London ©2013 I attended ‘ABC’ at Frankfurt House the James Manye Naa Afimpong’s House before we moved to the james Town Mantse’s Palace at Mantse Agbonaa. Our teacher was called Sigismund Owoo, but we all called him Sigi, and the school was called ‘Sigi Sigi kpee ŋaa, didɛ ʃala akɛyeɔ komi’ meaning Sigi does not eat crayfish, tilapia best with kenkey, I suppose … Continue reading African alphabets and the QWERTY Keyboard problem – by Ade Sawyerr
Festival 2012 – Homowo-Asafotufiam-Nmaayem Posted on September 22, 2012 by oberserber Sponsors for the celebration Shanco Bruce, Esther Lamptey, Diana Aryeetey, Nii Nortei Omaboe, Ben Aryeetey, Mr Victor & Mrs Cecelia Ativor, Ade Sawyerr, Patience Tagoe, John Quao, Diana Affutu-Nartey, Joe Adama, S.A Doku, Julie Lutterrodt, Comfort. Clottey, Sarah Worburton, Elizabeth Tetteh, Diana Nartey, Jennifer Quaye, Stanley … Continue reading Festival 2012 – Homowo-Asafotufiam-Nmaayem
The Equinox Consulting story The story of Equinox Consulting can be likened to a journey of hard work with a lot of fulfilment along the way; but like all journeys, things do not always go as planned. There are detours and there are new objectives that get set up along the journey. The business model … Continue reading Equinox Consulting! Celebrating 28 years of service to the black community in Britain