Green Ghanaian’s Ghana Decides Tag Video

The Link:

Here I express my opinions on the upcoming election as an environmental scientist (Green Ghanaian) with my Ghana Decides Tag Video. Ghana Decides is an initiative in Ghana creating awareness about Ghana’s 2012 elections. http://www.ghanadecides.com.

To participate in the Ghana Decides Tag, select and answer five (5) of the questions (on the website) about Ghana’s election. Once you’re done, share your video and tag (pick) 5-6 of your friends to make their own! Don’t forget to use the hashtags #GhanaDecides and #GHDTag! Tag, YOU’re it!

For full details visit: http://ghanadecides.com/about/projects/ghana-decides-tag/

Take a look and leave your comments. Thanks.

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About The Green Ghanaian Intiative

Akua Akyaa Nkrumah is a Ghanaian environmental technologist based in Accra, Ghana. She studied Environmental Science and Technology at the University of Maryland - College Park. She currently works as a consultant for environment and climate change in Accra and has a passion for water, sanitation, recycling and renewable energy
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2 Responses to Green Ghanaian’s Ghana Decides Tag Video

  1. Nii-Teiko says:

    Reblogged this on Nii-Teiko and commented:
    I was watching some of the Ghanaian Vice Presidential Live Debate and stumbled across this blog entry by Akua Akyaa Nkrumah, an articulate sista who I have followed on Twitter for some time. take a look at this video interview of her speaking on the upcoming Ghanaian election

    The Almighty’s Blessings

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  2. Dear Akua, I was searching through google for something techie about Ghana and came across your blog on blogspot and subsequently was directed here then I got to see that you are into sustainable living with regards to the environment. Well, I work with an NGO who’s main agenda is promoting organic businesses in Ghana called Bio Ghana Network. As you may be aware, organic living helps the environment in several ways than one. Can you link up through Twitter @bioghana and fb bioghananetwork, or gerald@ghanabio.org so we see how we can cooperate. Thanks.

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