My first memory is my first day in the University. I had to sleep in the same room with strangers who later became my close friends. I was scared doing that for the first time.
“I wanted to be an Inventor”. I have the desire to invent something quite unique and different. I had this since I was in Grade 5
Ghana. I could say that is my second home.
“Vessel Unto Honour” By Rebecca Brown
Artificial Intelligence is a living thing we create (through Computer Engineering). It is the solution base for human interactions now into the future. At a certain time in the future, everyone will need AI to live our normal lives. It has changed the way we think as human and it will continue to do so.
I want to be famous for reducing or eliminating poverty in Africa. This is my dream.
The world should embrace peace and be inclusive. We need to live as humans and not as enemies.
I cannot stand people who like to force others against their will.
“What never kills me should make me better”
In no circumstance. Being described as a “criminal” is a life-time stigma.
Yes. I screamed for help to save the life of a friend who was dying. He survived it.
Yes. I am afraid of being poor, so I work hard.
I cannot remember any for now. I try to control anxiety.
I easily get angry when I see someone trying to gain advantage of another person. I usually like to defend the weak.
I was proud of myself when I discovered that I was one of the Five (5) Africans selected by Mercer, Portugal to facilitate a training. It was a very tedious process, but I came out as one of the 5 Africans considered most qualified.
I am indeed always grateful for my family.
I wish for a superpower to change the African continent for better. We deserve better than what we have now.
Cancer. It has killed lots of people and still killing people.
Humanity is an act that makes you lovingly selfless.
Be focused, and stay focused. Give your best to achieve results.