All posts by Jemila Abdulai

      Africa Lifestyle Resources Society & Culture Travel

      Flying Blind: 10 Ways You Can Improve Your West Africa Airline Passenger Experience

      Passengers queue for check-in at the Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos, Nigeria. West Africa's aviation industry is notorious for delays, cancellations and inefficiency, largely due to lack of investment.

      West Africa’s airline industry may be young, but it has already earned itself a reputation; it is notorious for delays, cancellation and general inefficiency. Whether you are flying business or economy, regardless of if your trip is for work or otherwise, you’re just another disgruntled passenger waiting to happen. For sanity sake, here are 10 …

          Ghana Relationships Social Media Society & Culture Women & Girls

          The Lost Boys: Misogyny & Ghana’s Looming Gender Crisis I

          Father and daughter watch the sunset. Father daughter relationships are important to a woman's growth.

          “The jury is still out on whether Archbishop Duncan Williams is a misogynist or simply a shepherd who wants the best for this flock of female followers.” So goes the introduction of an article I started writing on October 30, 2014, but never finished. Almost two years later, that sentence is still valid. Actually, scratch …

                    Africa Blogging Editor's Note

                    Circumspecte: A Top Africa Blog on Business, Finance, Policy & Social Issues

                    Circumspecte recognized as a top Africa blog in the Africa Blogger Awards 2016

                      On June 3, 2016, the winners of the 2016 African Blogger Awards were announced via Twitter – and Circumspecte was recognized as a top Africa blog with “world class content” for not one, but two categories: business, finance and entrepreneurship and social issues and citizenship! The African Blogger Awards detracts from using peer nominations …

                      Policy Society & Culture Travel

                      Ghana’s Kotoka International Airport Gets A Facelift – But Corruption, Bribery Prevail


                      Kotoka International Airport, Ghana’s only international airport, is getting a facelift and it’s beginning to show. From the new “visa on arrival” desk to the expanded arrivals immigration hall and luggage pickup carousels, the much-needed renovation project, which apparently started in 2014, is helping ease some of the congestion travelers experience through the port of …

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