Then it was off to Winneba for a long meeting with Dr. Eric Ananga, the busiest person I know, and his research assistant, Madam Berthy.
I met Dr. Eric nearly two years ago and was immediately drawn by his unassuming passion for and dedication to education. Everyone who had met him attached to Yo Ghana! was delighted when he joined our board, and it was his vision and dedication and connections that made the first Yo Ghana! conference happen in the first place, let alone for it to be so successful. Eric likes to move behind the scenes to get things done, and he had to be prompted before he would agree to speak at the conference. He is a delightful person to spend time with, though after doing so I go away feeling like I should be doing more to make the world a better place.