A couple of very interesting events led to my passion and commitment to what I do aside my core profession; you may click here to see the trigger events. Especially towards the ending of 2005, I had a very strong urge / vision to start a social ministry (a kind of social evangelism) to help individuals to harness their true / hidden potential, live truly fulfilling lives, and contribute in exceptional ways to develop their societies, and particularly Ghana, and Africa; kind of a response to the critical issue raised further below. Also, I was to write the relevant books / manuals, for the purpose; specifically to serve as the training manuals for the ministry, and also as a means of raising funds for the ministry. Fortunately, this assignment, gargantuan as it was, was further confirmed by two related prophecies that came through two different people, at different times in Church, and further by later events. I had much earlier on once asked my dad for the reason why he named me David, and I’ve come to realise that his reason reflects in all these; besides being born in the year Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah died, and on the same birthday as Rev. John Wesley; shear coincidences? I had to be obedient, and thus took a step of faith; I began Phase One of the assignment with Research & Development in 2006, and finished that aspect in 2012 (practical completion terms; a period of 7 years) though I have been fine-tuning the whole thing to date, and will continue to do so.
This initial implementation of the training aspect of the assignment, particularly the module we are currently running (which aims at Extreme Educational Excellence) has began yielding very impressive and encouraging results. It was in such spirit that I launched the #BringBackOurEducation Campaign; you may click here to see it.
Mostly at leisure, I watch Movies (Especially, the Comedy Genre / Type); otherwise I listen to Seminar Presentations (Especially TED Talks), or TV/Radio Panel Discussions. I really love them!
It’s been my observation that a lot of wonder hang on the minds of people (judging from their facial expressions) after interacting with them, and a few muster courage to ask me very interesting questions that usually bother on my upbringing. Typical one I had to answer recently was… “So Dave, how did you get to become like this? You reason progressively differently, and do things in a unique way!” Well, it all began from my parents’ home…