Press + Digital Media.

Photo by Mutombo (for fotoMbo)
Photo by Mutombo (for fotoMbo)

The first time my love for music and popular culture was validated was at UNTOLD: a London-based black magazine I worked at in the early 2000s. I would go on to become a radio journalist here in Accra, breaking a news story that lead to the resignation of an acting Minister of State. Thereafter, I became one of Ghana’s first digital media professionals, pioneering the social media blueprint that most Ghanaian radio stations follow today, and becoming the first person employed by the Ghanaian government to work full-time on social media (at the Constitution Review Commission).

Below are a few times I have been interviewed or written about for my work in culture, creativity, digital media, and education.

Interviews & Features

BBC: Leaving the UK and Going Home to Ghana

The Independent: After the ‘Year of Return’, Ghana’s government hopes to reunite the Diaspora

CNN: She wants women to have good sex. So she started a website where they can talk about it (safely)

True Africa: Fuckboys & Feminists: An African Woman’s Burden

The Adventures from the Bedrooms of African Women Podcast: (De)Centering the D

The AccraWeDey Podcast

Next City: Festival Aims to Prove Art Can Directly Benefit a City’s Poorest Citizens


James Murua: 2020 Morland Writing Scholarships Announced

Molara Wood on the John La Rose Short Story Competition

Digital Media

Ashesi University: Retooling technology to make learning fun: the case of the Ashesi class that has lessons on Whatsapp

Global Voices: Ghana: Want a new constitution? Text 1992


CitiTV Breakfast Daily: ‘Should you compromise your happiness for the success of your relationship?’ CitiTV

CitiTV Breakfast Daily: ‘Should it be a problem if a woman is independent?’

This is Africa: Interview


Culture Trip: Meet the DJs transforming Accra’s Nightlife

Harmattan Rain: House Rules Interview

Beatphreaks: Turning Tables with Kobby Graham

No Requests: DJ snippet