All posts by Eternity Uwaifo

Cryptocurrency: How The Uptake In Developing Countries Has Surged Since 2020.

The boom of cryptocurrency in Africa, how crypto adoption surged over 1,200% doing so well that many now look to cryptocurrency instead of the unstable Naira currency of Nigeria. As a result of cryptocurrency being so successful, Nigeria and Ghana are now in a sprint towards who will have their own digital currency first. I cryptocurrency the future of Africa, or is it only a passing trend? Only time will tell.

Africa’s Vaccine Crisis: Should We Make Our Own Vaccines To Fight Corruption?

Africa’s Vaccine Crisis. The imbalance between rich and poor countries has been ever-present during the pandemic, with rich nations buying their uptake of COVID-19 vaccines and then some. With that said, the third wave has now arrived in Africa with nations like South Africa being among the most affected. Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) reiterates the need for Africa to manufacture its own vaccines calling for Africa to become more independent in its own uptake.

#GhanaMades50: Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah

In 2010, British-born Ghanaian Ms Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah had a spiritual calling and moved to Ghana, West Africa, with her 4-month-old son, where she established a marketing agency named Sixth Sense which successfully won their first account with Vodafone Ghana after 2 months of being in operation. This win and successful execution was the beginning of …

#GhanaMades50: Sherlina Nym

Social media influencer and digital creator Sherlina Nym of Ghanaian and Turkish descent is a streetwear fashion vet with an incredible eye for style and fashion. Nym came from humble beginnings and always had to apply herself, relying on faith, hard work and consistency to achieve her goals.  She says she always had the passion …

#GhanaMades50: Sylvia Arthur

Sylvia Arthur is an accomplished British-Ghanaian non-fiction writer whose primary topics of written discussion are identity, politics, diaspora and place. She holds an MA in Narrative Nonfiction Writing and, for four years, was a consultant to the European Commission on communicating Freedom of Movement. Her work has been published in The Guardian, the BBC, and …

#GhanaMades50: Audrey Esi Swatson

Not as old as the norm within her profession, Audrey is making headlines as Ghana’s youngest female commercial pilot. At the tender age of 18, despite resistance and setbacks, she managed to report for training at South Africa’s Mach1 Aviation Academy. Within a year, she acquired the necessary ability to complete her first solo flight. …

#GhanaMades50: Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh

Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh is a Ghanaian business leader and the Regional General Manager for IBM Africa in charge of North, East and West Africa where she pioneers some of the largest business deals in the region, – the first African woman to ever hold this mantle. She graduated from Harvard Business School in Leadership Development, and …

#GhanaMades50: Debbie Beeko

Debbie is a Ghanaian make-up artist, content creator, and a DIY fashion/beauty blogger. She is proud of her African identity and has simultaneously managed to structure a career for herself from this without projecting or idolising common stereotypes about African culture from what initially started as a hobby. She has a generous following across social …

#GhanaMades50: Peace Hyde

Peace Hyde is a Ghanaian British educational activist, motivational speaker, trained psychologist and media entrepreneur. She is also the Head of Digital Media and Partnership as well as the West Africa Correspondent for Forbes Africa. This role entails that she is responsible for working across the company’s digital platform for the purpose of sourcing revenue …

#GhanaMades50: Evelyn Abena Akuaba Appiah

Evelyn Abena Akuaba Appiah is a Ghanian-American model, singer, and philanthropist.  Crowned Miss Grand International when representing the USA in 2020, she is an inspiration to the next generation of black beauty queens. She competed in Miss Talent Ghana in 2012, Top Model Ghana in 2013, and as Ghana’s representative at Miss Universe in 2014 …