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The Inspiring Movie; Last Week In November Part 1

Be A Girl
Be A Girl

My Monday started unusual at 5am whiles on a visit to the Volta Region for a family meeting and meet-up with students of my former school.

Be A Girl
Be A Girl

Prelude to my visit, I’d plan to extend Be A Girl, a girls empowerment project I coordinate to Togo. After setting of from the house, I made a stop at Aflao where I changed my Cedis into CFA and made final arrangements which include making calls to Leslie of PromobileGh, and getting directions to the schools I will be visiting through John Lekwuwa.

I crossed the border, took a selfie in front of a building bearing the inscription Welcome to Togo which I posted on Facebook before making my journey with a motobike. After arriving on my first campus JIPAS, I met with the Ass.
Headmaster and John my SHS mate who led me to the Administrator and his panel to inform them about my visit. After answering several questions they agreed to convey my proposal to the owners of the school for final approval.
I then hopped onto another bike and without directions from my next host Akuma Rose my JHS mate who is now a teacher I was already at Sylvia Academy surprisingly to her. After an introduction to the headmaster, we went into a close door conversation battling psychological questions and answers. As they were in their examination period hoping to vacate this week, he promised to fixed the program into next years academic calendar of the school. I wrapped off with Rose who got me a bike and I set off back to Ghana. But to cool off the brain, I made a stop over at a beach for a drink infact from the biggest fanta bottle I have seen and quietly listen to the phone conversation of an old man trying to rebook a flight he missed.

After concluding my rest, I packed my bag, back to the border to change my CFA back into cedis only to realise I spent less than I thought.To make my day more fulfilling, I placed a call through to Innocent Tekpah, my village companion who is also now a teacher to confirm from his school if it will be possible to host Be A Girl in his school. After confirmation from the headmaster, I was in Golden Children International School in Denu to encourage the students to stick to their books and explain the importance of Education to them. I awarded 20 brilliant girls including the ones recommended by their teachers who have improved in their academics over time. Back at home, I was busily preparing for the next day, which had me going to schools for Be A Girl in the morning, a journey back to Accra, an appearance on the One Show, Viasat1 and attending the second edition Tech Meets Health by The Sangy Foundation.

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