"yes I write stories, u can add me as friend on facebook ( paul babatunde birn)to be able to see some of my stories and some that was edited by me through the company.... it's just against d company's policy"
yes I write stories, u can add me as friend on facebook ( paul babatunde birn)to be able to see some of my stories and some that was edited by me through the company.... it's just against d company's policy
Hi Yaw, Thanks for your interest and contribution! Unfortunately, I do not know what you are searching for and the motive for the said “Campaign” you mentioned in your contribution. No doubt, I share on daily basis my “rich knowledge and experience as a Math educator” right here in the USA as I did during my days in Ghana. It is agreed that “One size Does Not Fit All”, hence you have to help me know what the problems now are in Ghana before I could discuss suggestions for solution(s). Remember, problems in Education here in the US, and in each district for that matter, differ from one another and each one needs specific solution(s), which might NOT be a solution for the other. The same goes with problems of Education in Ghana. While the young Ghanaian is ‘yearning for Education’ (that was it, when I was in Ghana), generally some young Americans are yearning for ‘Riches’ they believe could be gotten from ‘Basketball/Football’ Of what use would my latest video – “Interactive Media Academy Rapmatics” (I wrote, produced and directed), meant for the American audience, be to a Ghanaian High School Student, even though it is helping to achieving its desired goals in my District? Mr. Yaw Preko, let me know exactly how I may contribute to help the young ones up there, and trust me I am willing to contribute my quota, to youth of the country that made me what I am today. God Bless Ghana!
Lastly, 'wondering if you are related to a college-mate of mine at Jasico (1969-1973).