What country were you educated in:
I was educated in Ghana.
What makes your country special:
It feels like home and will always be home no matter where I go.
What is your favourite city and why:
Accra – Its got everything I want in a city.
Where is your favourite place to hang out in your city:
At the beach or a botanical garden
What is your favourite restaurant in your city:
The grillroom – Fiesta residences
What is your favourite gallery in your city:
Tell us about your favourite African travel destination:
Definitely the wine farms in Capetown. The perfect backdrop of serene nature.
Have any books (plays or films) changed your life:
Not change my life, but the Haile Selasie Biography certainly won my heart
Who would you invite to your dream dinner party (dead or alive):
Who is your style icon:
What item of clothing do you wear the most:
Tell us about your most extravagant fashion purchase
I’ve got none. I’m not big on fashion. Weird, I know.
What single thing would improve the quality of your life:
MONEY MONEY MO-NAY.
What are your guilty pleasures:
Sleeping. Music. Sweet Pastries.
What makes Africa special to you:
We are the most diverse group of people of all time.
If you were the [President, Leader, Prime Minister ] of your country for the day what would you do:
Put in place a number of irreversible policies that improve the health and educational sectors.
Which living person do you most admire:
Where do you see your country in 10 years time:
Finally caught up with the rest of the world in progressive policies.
Tell us about your favourite charity, what work do they carry out:
A cause that’s close to my heart is maternal mortality and pediatric care in Ghana. I hope to be more active in those soon.
Why does the T I A project appeal to you:
The world certainly could do with more organizations like TIA in showing love and support to the less privileged.