First Maltese we met in Tamale

After I dropped off Azara at school, I went home to do some work and then I headed to the Vodafone cafe to send some things via email. Then I went to pick up Azara and headed straight for the Tamale Centre for Photographic Research and Practice. Yesterday, I agreed with a Judith, an eye… Continue reading First Maltese we met in Tamale

Pool Day

So yesterday we agreed to meet Katja, a friend from Slovenia, to go out swimming. I had VRA in mind but I wasn’t sure if it was still closed, following many robberies. We planned to meet at around 10am but I called her at 10am, once I was done preparing the snacks we were to… Continue reading Pool Day

Meeting Tamale’s own Queen’s Young Leader

Yesterday I was contacted by Alima Bawah, Tamale’s Queen’s Young Leader, because I was to be a panelist at a seminar for teachers at a well known school here in Tamale. I was originally contacted by Peter Awin, Alima’s business partner for CowTribe (a very successful start up here in Tamale), and he asked me… Continue reading Meeting Tamale’s own Queen’s Young Leader

The Economic Middle Class by Francis Kokoroko

Photo research project on the economic middle class of Tamale by Francis Kokoroko, which is part of the Northern Ghana Life project (exhibition and book), at the Tamale Centre for Photographic Research and Practice, in Bank street, Tamale, until 15th November 2018.

What went wrong? By Peter DiCampo

Photo research project on NGO failed projects by Peter DiCampo, which is part of the Northern Ghana Life project (exhibition and book), at the Tamale Centre for Photographic Research and Practice, in Bank street, Tamale, until 15th November 2018.

A day for visits

Basit travelled to Accra, to change the steering wheel from the right to the left side of the car, from 3am this morning. There was lights out for some tine this morning but I did all I could to clean before I went to the Tamale centre for Photographic Research, where I have been volunteering… Continue reading A day for visits

Messengers of the Gods by Nii Obodai

This photo research project ‘Messengers of the Gods’ by Nii Obodai, which is part of the Northern Ghana Life project (exhibition and book), at the Tamale Centre for Photographic Research and Practice, in Bank street, Tamale, until 15th November 2018.