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Rather unfortunately I have not allowed myself to read a lot from Ghanaian bloggers. Maybe it’s not a matter of not allowing but rather one of just not knowing them or searching for them. Whatever the case is, I don’t know many and it is something  I will work on. Thanks to WinterABC, I have a lot of blogs I will check out soon and I am anticipating amazing contents and it’s exciting to me. I know a handful of them however and I think you will love their blogs.

1. Nesta Joojo Erskine. His blog is a go-to when you want to learn life hacks for living infused humor. No one can beat his storytelling as well. I love his style of writing, I love how he writes with very simple and plain English. He is an author of a must-have book, unforgettable. Unforgettable is about living a life that matters. You should grab for yourself a copy of his book and visit his blog, you will fall in love with his works.

2. Josephine Amoako. I don’t know how she does it but for the longest time, she has been consistent with blogging. I love how she freely shares her thoughts on issues, they feel genuine. I also love how you can sense her personality through her writing and her faith-based pieces are so relatable. There is so much to read and love from her blog, you should check her out right now.

3. Monique Friday. It’s by Monica Serwaa Dapaah, she is a nurse and an entrepreneur. She blogs about black people and celebrates their excellence. Her blog is a hub for inspiration and motivation. Reading her pieces leaves you motivated and encouraged. Visit her blog now and you will say I told you so.

4. Bhurbx short for Barbara. Her vulnerability is so real when she talks about her mental health journey. She has a sweet way of expressing herself. Also, she does these reviews on books and movies she reads and watches and they are always a delightful read. You should check her blog out asap.
I could do only four but the next time I do this, I will have a very tall list.

 

Do you know of any good Ghanaian blogger? Tell me about them.

till next time,

Afiya.

 

ps: Having some issues with my website setup, reason I haven’t been so consistent. I will try and finish this challenge.

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