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President of Senegal, Macky Sall

President of Senegal, Macky Sall

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M.anifest, Ghanaian artists. 
Photographed By Sena Kpodo. All Rights Reserved. 

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M.anifest, Ghanaian artists. 

Photographed By Sena Kpodo. All Rights Reserved. 

Today London says farewell to Komla Dumor, the platform by which he took Africa to the global stage. ‪#‎RIPKomlaDumor‬ Gone to soon.

Today London says farewell to Komla Dumor, the platform by which he took Africa to the global stage. ‪#‎RIPKomlaDumor‬ Gone to soon.

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Pastor Mensa Otabil.
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I was in a taxi in Accra, mid afternoon, stuck in traffic on a one-way system. Alone, hot and fed up, I was not my bubbly conversational self to the taxi driver, I just zoned out…all I could hear were fan-ice bicycles and car horns and from the blurred steamy window everything was moving fast - my world at that point was the taxi.The radio was playing in the background, and over time everything else went silent as I focused more and more on what was being said. The speaker was talking about ‘the ‪#‎African‬ Situation’…ME: Driver who is this? Radio: ‘Africa’s time is now’Radio: ‘a major shift is coming upon African continent, and we have to be ready when the time comes’.…Me: Driver who’s speaking please?Radio: ‘We missed it 40-years ago, 50 years ago but that door is opening one more time and a new generation of people must Rise Up and say we Are Able, We Can, and We Will’.Driver: OH Ot-abil. Who? Mensa Otabil ohh he is very good.The taxi message, was more than life-changing, I ended that journey‪#‎Empowered‬.That Sunday, I went to church, International Central Gospel Church. I wanted the message on CD to take back to London, but I had to be sure I would leave with the correct one -others had to hear what I heard. With no message title, all I had was faith and soundbites from the taxi radio, that would position me, to now tell the African Story, Our story.Driven and determined, I was blessed enough to meet him after service to find out more about this message, entitled: ‘Do You Know What You Are Reading’…turns out the journey had started long before I was born… ‪#‎CapeCoast‬ –‪#‎Kanda‬ – ‪#‎Accra‬ – ‪#‎London‬ 
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Pastor Mensa Otabil.
Photographed By Sena Kpodo. All Rights Reserved
I was in a taxi in Accra, mid afternoon, stuck in traffic on a one-way system. Alone, hot and fed up, I was not my bubbly conversational self to the taxi driver, I just zoned out…all I could hear were fan-ice bicycles and car horns and from the blurred steamy window everything was moving fast - my world at that point was the taxi.The radio was playing in the background, and over time everything else went silent as I focused more and more on what was being said. The speaker was talking about ‘the ‪#‎African‬ Situation’…ME: Driver who is this? Radio: ‘Africa’s time is now’Radio: ‘a major shift is coming upon African continent, and we have to be ready when the time comes’.…Me: Driver who’s speaking please?Radio: ‘We missed it 40-years ago, 50 years ago but that door is opening one more time and a new generation of people must Rise Up and say we Are Able, We Can, and We Will’.Driver: OH Ot-abil. Who? Mensa Otabil ohh he is very good.The taxi message, was more than life-changing, I ended that journey‪#‎Empowered‬.That Sunday, I went to church, International Central Gospel Church. I wanted the message on CD to take back to London, but I had to be sure I would leave with the correct one -others had to hear what I heard. With no message title, all I had was faith and soundbites from the taxi radio, that would position me, to now tell the African Story, Our story.Driven and determined, I was blessed enough to meet him after service to find out more about this message, entitled: ‘Do You Know What You Are Reading’…turns out the journey had started long before I was born… ‪#‎CapeCoast‬ –‪#‎Kanda‬ – ‪#‎Accra‬ – ‪#‎London‬ 

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Pastor Mensa Otabil.

Photographed By Sena Kpodo. All Rights Reserved


I was in a taxi in Accra, mid afternoon, stuck in traffic on a one-way system. Alone, hot and fed up, I was not my bubbly conversational self to the taxi driver, I just zoned out…all I could hear were fan-ice bicycles and car horns and from the blurred steamy window everything was moving fast - my world at that point was the taxi.

The radio was playing in the background, and over time everything else went silent as I focused more and more on what was being said. The speaker was talking about ‘the ‪#‎African‬ Situation’…

ME: Driver who is this? 

Radio: ‘Africa’s time is now’

Radio: ‘a major shift is coming upon African continent, and we have to be ready when the time comes’.

Me: Driver who’s speaking please?

Radio: ‘We missed it 40-years ago, 50 years ago but that door is opening one more time and a new generation of people must Rise Up and say we Are Able, We Can, and We Will’.

Driver: OH Ot-abil. Who? Mensa Otabil ohh he is very good.

The taxi message, was more than life-changing, I ended that journey‪#‎Empowered‬.

That Sunday, I went to church, International Central Gospel Church. I wanted the message on CD to take back to London, but I had to be sure I would leave with the correct one -others had to hear what I heard. 

With no message title, all I had was faith and soundbites from the taxi radio, that would position me, to now tell the African Story, Our story.

Driven and determined, I was blessed enough to meet him after service to find out more about this message, entitled: ‘Do You Know What You Are Reading’

…turns out the journey had started long before I was born… ‪#‎CapeCoast‬ –‪#‎Kanda‬‪#‎Accra‬‪#‎London‬ 

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Komla Dumor & Sena Kpodo 
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Komla Dumor & Sena Kpodo 

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BBC Africa Correspondent, Akwasi Sarpong.
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BBC Africa Correspondent, Akwasi Sarpong.

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Sena Kpodo & The legendary James Barnor, Godfather of Ghanaian photographers rocking his #HTWEmpowermentbeads in London. Thats whats up.  
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Sena Kpodo & The legendary James Barnor, Godfather of Ghanaian photographers rocking his #HTWEmpowermentbeads in London. Thats whats up.  

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