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Fui Can-Tamakloe is a published writer and poet based in Accra. He enjoys writing stories and articles that capture the complexities and nuances of Accra life. When he isn't writing, he can be found on a quiet beach drinking beer.
Albert Chris Soboh
Albert Chris is the Editor-in-Chief of EMY Africa Magazine
Maame Ama Chalker
Maame Ama Chalker is a Ghanaian chemist, travel hacker and adventure traveller who has explored over 31 countries. Her favourite things to do are kayaking, enjoying street food and watching the sunset. You can follow her travel journey on Instagram and Twitter @amachalker where she encourages black women to explore the world.
Yaw Ofosu Larbi
Yaw Ofosu Larbi is a journalist whose life revolves around reading and writing. He finds joy in telling other people’s stories.
Grace Dorcas Annan
Grace Dorcas Annan is a marketer and PR professional who represents fashion designers, photographers, models, cinematographers in Ghana. She specialises in business development and advisory and is passionate about how storytelling and targeted fashion messaging create business-changing content. Presently a children’s book author, she’s obsessed with innovating new ways of creating amazing content that’s useful, effective and educational for children.
Lexis Koufie-Amartey is a writer whose human-interest and sports stories have appeared in international outlets such as ESPN, Yahoo, The Mirror, KickOff, Goal, amongst others. His “Inside Ghana’s largest brothel” publication received global praise for exposing law enforcement agency’s active role in prostitution-related offences.
Victor Tamakloe is a sports journalist who finds joy in giving a voice
to the voiceless and inspiring those who dare to dream. Though challenging sometimes, he considers this journalistic experience worthwhile because of its contribution to societal progress.
Fentuo Tahiru is a well-travelled sports broadcaster and writer, with a keen interest in athletics, having seen his own budding athletics career curtailed by a stronger pull to help with his parents’ farm work, without which, his folks couldn’t afford his education.
Fent, as he is affectionately called, is rarely far from where the action is – and, even when he is, you can be sure he’s keeping up from behind some screen (that is, if he isn’t watching his other love, Lewis Hamilton, screech and speed Mercedes to another F1 triumph)
Yaw Adjei-Mintah is a sports journalist who was born and raised in Sekondi- Takoradi. He’s a product of St. Augustine’s College, Ghana Institute of Journalism and University of Cape Coast.