A working woman: A security guard

I noticed her because she has the most delightful smile. Her face is plump, she smiles easily, and when she smiles her eyes vanish. It is truly charming. A security guard?

Tolerating reckless driving - Enough is enough

The pain is even more piercing to think that the Dompase Junction accident was an avoidable one if the driver had exercised a bit of patience and circumspection on the road at that time of the night.

My first trip to Korle Bu's surgical department and theatre

After enduring some unbearable pain around my rectal area for a week and some days, I finally gathered enough courage to call a brother, who is a doctor, just to know what is happening.

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