Christian Kweku Quarshie
My name, obviously is Christian Kweku Quarshie[1976-Date]. I am Fanti from Mankessim in the Central region of Ghana, a country with a reputation for being the icon of democracy in Africa.
I am a marketer, clergyman and now digital publishing consultant running my own start-up firm, Paradigms360 ltd. I have plunged also into writing which is my real passion! I love reading all sorts of works-from fiction to Autobiographies to plays,etc. Philosophy and theology do give me headaches but I read tons of "rubbish" on them!
My first work is a satirical play whose setting is the imaginary country of Ghania; it is based on the 2012 elections in Ghana. A very interesting read, if you ask me[what did you expect me to say!], a humour-political play packed with humour and witty sayings from the Akan people in Ghana.
You will love my books-the novel and the play: read them!
Myself? Well, firstly I hate God! Holy Moses! That is a joke, I actually love and find Him an interesting Character.What with sending an equally enigmatic fellow in the "mad" messiah from Galilee!
I love people and find Africa very interesting: a continent with wealth yet teeming with wretches[ no offence meant, if you see what I mean]. No thanks to many "politricians", Africa is typically a sad case of natural resources missing road, to borrow the Nigerian phrase,"money miss road".
But of course, the next time you see an African politician, he will be grouching, cup in hand begging for,sic, donor funds, grants, aid, etc.
what do you expect? Africa has been called the dark continent! it is no wonder then, that the mind of the average politician is "dark, that is both evil and clueless" about what to do with the resources!
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Homosexuals Have Come To Heaven!
by Christian Kweku Quarshie
Approx. 26,370 words.
Published on May 10, 2013.
compelling saga on homosexuality and its epic struggle, culture, Law,
science fiction, paranormal phenomena, spirituality, sexuality and
Theology engage in an arena laced with hypocrisy, controversy and
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