6 things Ghanaians born in the 90's cannot forget

6 things Ghanaians born in the 90's cannot forget

There have been a number of subtle changes in our lives as Ghanaians.

Get the latest news on www.yen.com.gh

We have gradually modified some aspects of our lifestyle.

These variations slowly crept into our way of life till we suddenly realized we are no longer doing certain things.

READ ALSO: Shatta Wale shares an old photo of himself on social media

YEN.com.gh brings you 6 things that were prevalent in Ghana in the 90’s.

1. Race competitions:

It was fun to indulge one's self in this game.

The thrill was enough fulfillment.

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

2. CD Player:

We could simply not leave it behind.

It had to follow us everywhere we went.

We had all of our latest songs on it.

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

3. Cassettes:

We had no immediate use of computers and pendrives.

This was what we went for, when we needed movies to watch.

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

4. Notes:

We regularly exchanged these during class hours.

They usually had cryptic messages in them

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

5. Letters

For more "open" communication forms, we used letters.

In some instances, we had to choose preferred letter pads and envelopes.

It was all a matter of branding.

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

6. Poki and Alewa:

We could not do without these.

To go through one day without them was unimaginable

6 things Ghanaian children used to do in the 90's

Want to be featured on YEN.com.gh? Send us a message on our our page with your stories, photos or videos

Source: Yen.com.gh

Related news
Names of 13 MPs who hate coming to work drops

Names of 13 MPs who hate coming to work drops

Ghana lost ¢1.4 million in 2017 because MPs were absent from work
YEN.com.gh
Mailfire view pixel