Tolu Orekoya: Keeping up with the Ghanaians, and their journey to Change

by Tolu Orekoya

The meetings usually started at about 4:00 am and would go on till about six or seven in the morning, discussing and recalibrating strategy, content and studying the impact of the work StateCraft Inc was deploying in Ghana. It was a near daily occurrence for much of the time we spent in Accra; nearly four of the five-and-a-half months our team of two was in Ghana. We liaised with the design team based in Nigeria, going back and forth on layout and design, updating StateCraft CEO Adebola Williams weekly on the nose-to-the-grindstone work we were executing for the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo presidential campaign.

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