Nii Dartey

Nii Dartey

I am Shadrack Akrofi-Quarcoo (a.k.a. Kwabena Dartey). I am a trainee ‘Philosopher, Transformational Speaker, Author, Poet, Song writer, Teacher and Visionary.’ I hold First Degree in Economics/Philosophy from University of Ghana, Legon, Postgraduate certificate in Project Management from Graduate Institute of Management (GIM), and Certificates in Finance & Financial Markets, Ghana Stock Exchange (GSE) and N.G.O Management from Cambridge Centre of Excellence (CCE).

I am the founder/Coach of the Gold Empire Foundation (GEF). I have had useful experience working with development oriented organizations as the United Nations (UN), African Rights Initiative International (ARII), Forever Living Products (FLP), Enterprise Life Assurance, just to mention a few.

My field of interest in my speaking/ creative writing career is in HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT (HCD). Through my Speaking, Teaching, Writing and Coaching career, I have helped several hundred YOUTHS to reach varying levels on the critical path of Human Capital Development. The critical path involves: (I) discovery (ii) developing (iii) maximizing (IV) Deploying or using, their endowments, talents/skills and abilities.

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With one hand, a sword wielding; and yet the other shriveled

A messenger of Satan, sent but to buffet

Golden crowns confidently laced over his head, badges of glorious honor from conquest glided over his breast, and yet woefully disabled within

(In memory of Imperator Caesar Divi Filius Augustus)

Luke 2: 1: “And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.”

Thursday, 04 August 2016 00:00

Peptalk With NativeDr, NII: Punctured Souls

Drifted in the sands of time, a fractured soul wanders
Lost from the circumference of the radial which guides the night
Vaunting deep into faulty grounds, a punctured soul seeks treasures amongst the despised

The poem below takes inspiration from the English word ‘copulate’, used in describing the act of love making or sex.

Embedded in the word ‘copulate’ are other suggestive words such as ‘couple, populate, popular, collaborate, lateness, colleague’ et al.

The poem below takes inspiration from the English word ‘copulate’, used in describing the act of love making or sex.

Embedded in the word ‘copulate’ are other suggestive words such as ‘couple, populate, popular, collaborate, lateness, colleague’ et al.

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