Meeting Bloggers in Ghana

I had the honour and pleasure of meeting some fellow bloggers here in Ghana, last Thursday. 6:30pm was the time and Honeysuckle Restaurant & Pub, Osu here in Accra was the venue. The meeting was so nice and exciting we stayed for some 15 more minutes than scheduled.

It was quite revealing as we had the opportunity to exchange some ideas and share our experiences. What I found a bit odd though was that there were 4 ladies, as compared to 2 gentlemen. It makes me wonder if indeed there are more female bloggers in Ghana, than there are male. Of course, the 6 active bloggers that gathered in no way represents the full demography of bloggers in Ghana but it just made me wonder. 🙂

We parted ways with plans to meet again in future so we could chart a way forward for some more collaboration.

If you are a blogger in Ghana reading this, you want to contact me to get on board.

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Oluniyi D. Ajao
Oluniyi D. Ajao is an Internet Entrepreneur and Tech Enthusiast based in South Africa. Follow him on twitter @niyyie for more tech updates.


  1. Congratulations!
    It’s good to hear that some people turned up and you guys had the opportunity to exchange notes.

    I wish you guys the best for the future; but before that, we always miss-out on the benefits that can accrue with this kinds of meetings.

    I will encourage any serious ‘blogger’ out there to identify with a local group.

    It is a known fact this these meeting of minds adds rather than remove from someone knowledge.

    All the best with the future in Ghana and Africa.

  2. In the same vein, i am calling on Nigerian bloggers from 25 years old below. Let’s brainstorm against the mighty income storm that will soon hit us. I am not happy with the “don’t re-invent the wheel” gospel”that is making us to be slaves to non-Africans in the name of website exposure. Enough of such mental ignorance. We need new concepts that are originally Africa on how to brand and market our blogs, Pls, if you agree with me, contact me: geniusmarket[at]

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