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Answers to Readers’ Questions


Elizabeth, Benjamin, Najact and Ebenezer

I recently asked our readers what they would like the Kinky Foo-Foo writers to write about. In this way, I assembled about 15 questions and then turned these over to Ebenezer and his crew. They then chose a few questions which they wrote their answers to. If you haven’t noticed by now, Ebenezer doesn’t work alone. He and Najact collaborate on everything they submit, often with the help of other children as well. In this case, all 4 collaborators are pictured above.

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

Ans: United. State of America (USA) because they are hard-working people, respectful, kind-hearted people and you can earn a living there when you are hardworking person.

What makes you happy?

Ans: When Ghanaian girls and women are dancing out cultural dance Kete and Adwoa on Television and chatting with my friends, playing with them and singing, reading and riding bicycle and playing football, etc.

When you think about Anja’s life in America, how do you imagine it to be?

Ans: Very cool, wonderful, fantastic, nice and beautiful because when we go to her house in Obuasi she is very neat so we think her life in America is fabulous.

What is your favorite subject in school? Who is your favorite teacher and why?

Ans: Ebenezer likes RME [Religious and Moral Education] and Twi, Najact also likes English and Twi and Elizabeth also likes citizenship, RME and Maths.

– By Ebenezer  Boadu,  Najact  Abdulai, and Elizabeth and Benjamin Donkor




Once upon a time there live two friends one called Ebenezer and Najact. Ebenezer was a very good boy and Najact was a bad girl. One day Ebenezer got a very big drink and Najact went and steal it and drink it with her friends. One day a woman came to Najact house and tod her that stealing is not good and Najact was very greatful.

Every day Najact always pray to god and now Najact was a very good girl. Najact always share everything with her friends and a person called AnjaJohn took Najact and Ebenezer to USA. Ten (10) years later Ebenezer got a beautiful girl named Chelsea. Ebenezer wanted to marry Chelsea so Chelsea and Ebenezer showed them self to their parents and they got married. And they got a child called Anja. Anja was a very beautiful girl. Anja always study well so Anja went to Japan.

-Directed by Najact and Ebenezer

Rosalind Ananemanu


Rosalyn Ananemanu

This is Rosalind Ananemanu. She is 7 years old. She is in Class 2 at Holy Child Elementary School.

Rosalind likes to read and write. In fact, her friends tell me that she is “very, VERY good” at reading. She also likes to do sports, especially bicycling.

She also happens to be an excellent dancer. You can see one of her recent performances here.

Rosalind has one brother and four sisters. She is the youngest child in her family. Her father is a miner for AngloGold Ashanti, and her mother is an English teacher for Class 1.

Rosalind wants to be a doctor when she grows up!

Najact Rewieda


Najact (standing, on the right) and friends

Najact Rewieda is 11 years old. She attends the AGA (AngloGold Ashanti) school, where she is in Class 5C. Najact has 2 sisters, one older, one younger, and also one younger brother.

Najact’s father is a miner for AngloGold Ashanti. Her mother is a trader. She sells ground nuts at the Obuasi market.

Najact enjoys bicycling and football, running and also swimming.

She has contributed to a number of stories on this blog, including “The Three Friends“, a story about three friends named Najact, Ebenezer and Chelsea!