IMG-20150515-WA0011Authored by: SAMPSON ADOTEY JUNIOR



“When you fail to recognise the role of history and its lessons in your life, you are bound to fail” – S. Adotey Jnr

As the year comes to an end, a lot runs through my mind. Many times I have been caught trying to remember exactly how I begun the year. I know it was in Church but the details I do not recollect.
Our memories can only recollect the most significant of our struggles, the ones of pain, sorrow, joy and satisfaction.
I write to humbly inspire you to have a retrospective analysis of the year thus far.
Normally we fail to do this until 31st and this comes with our inability to learn the very valuable lessons and carry onto the following year with very unrealistic goals(maybe).

For me, this year has been a mix bag. I lost two human pillars in my life, I lost an election for the second time in my life, I lost a number of friends, etc but where I lost I gained. I had good moments by loving unconditionally, I met wonderful people, I served in rural communities, I had some very good remarks and I hope it remains so till the end of the year.
2015 has been one blessing in a kind. It made me realise that I need to take charge and be more responsible. I acknowledge the friends who have stuck by me throughout! God been first, My family,My campaign team and all those who believed in the dream! Team BA(SRC President UDS Wa Campus) and its leaders for the confidence you found in me. You reading this and all the invisible and visible people.

2016- Hopefully, God would charter the path and man would follow.

Have a festive season!

I love you!


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Domfeh Emmanuel( sir noble)

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Writer|Social Communicator|Patriotic Ghanaian|Student Activist|Proud African|Radio Morning Show host @Radio Ultimate 101.9, Wa| Student at University for Development Studies|Twitter:@xenon_noble|Facebook:Noble Kwabena Domfeh Emmanuel|Instagram:noblexenon1|

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