Past team

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So I’m Ben and I’m still not convinced this isn’t a huge wind up and we’re not all actually contestants on some reality TV show. If I get voted off first I am going to kick off because I do love it here!

 

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I am Fatawu Issahaku Gbambegu,from Savelugu in the Northern Region of Ghana. I like sports especially foot ball and athletics.I am an ardent fun of Kumasi Asante Kotoko Football Club and Chelsea FC.I like hanging out with friends and politics.

 

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Hey, I’m Rhogan. 23 from Liverpool. Loving Ghanaian weather and everyone’s friendly nature. Missing cups of tea and biscuits 😦

 

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My name is Tolu, I’m 22. I love Life of Pi, Plantain and Colin Firth (naturally!). I have recently become obsessed with the spanish drama, Un Refugio para el Amor which is showed on Ghanaian TV (highly recommended). I hate noodles, cats and suspense-filled movies (who doesn’t?!).

 

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I’m Zoe. I hail from Hertfordshire, where hurricanes hardly ever happen. My greatest success so far in Ghana is not burning my peely-wally skin. Greatest failure: inability to source any Ghanaian coffee or chocolate in the local shops… is it ALL exported?

9 thoughts on “Past team

  1. Great blog guys. We’ve had a fun afternoon reading through it, esp. the chilli video. I love Ben’s comment that this may indeed be a crazy reality show…I feel like that all the time. Hope you (keep) having fun.

  2. Hey guys, thanks for taking the time to check out my blog. There’s a few things i’d like to ask you about some of the staples oh ghanaian cuisine, could you send me ur e-mail address? Cheers!

  3. I absolutely love this blog! You’ve just reinforced my love for the idea of this programme. I decided last year that I wanted to go on this, now all that’s left is to decide Uni or ICS first…
    P.S. I hope you’re all having a wonderful time and keep updating!!

  4. Hi guys,

    Great blog !! Am def with you when you say that Africa is more than just violence & famine, even though these are serious issues. I’m a South-African living in Paris & really miss the people the life and the landscapes there !! Will def spred the word about your blog 🙂

    Peace,
    Mal

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