Friday, November 1, 2013


This is a video that will give you somewhat of a tour of where I am staying. The place is called KCCR (Kumasi Center for Collaborative Research), and it is on the campus of KNUST (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology). Please don't mind the heavy breathing/panting... I had just walked 30 minutes in Africa.


  1. Michael, it was so good to hear your voice. Your room is a mess. I can't believe you put it on video tape. Loved to see where you live. Love Momma

  2. Michael-

    Glad to see you are settling in and located the Egg Sandwiches. Jets finally won a good one Sunday against the Saints. While you are in Ghana, see if you can find this guy who sends me spam email all the time.... Here's Ebenezer's info..ha ha

    Dear Friend,

    Before I tell you about myself I want you to please forgive me for sending this mail without your permission,

    My name is Mr. Ebenezer T. Odonkor, The Bank Manager of a Financial Institution, I am a Ghanaian married with 3 kids, I am the Personal account manager to Mr Pres Nimes Ekwona Demaudage a citizen of Nauruan Republic, I am writing to solicit your assistance in the transfer of US$7,500,000.00 Dollars into your account. This said fund was deposited by Mr Pres N. E. Demaudage who died on 20th August 2013 during his business trip in Syria, he died in Syria chemical weapons attack without declaring any next of kin to the above fund before his death.

    Now, as an officer of the bank, I cannot be directly connected to the fund which make me to request for your assistance to stand as the next of kin to Mr Pres N. E. Demaudage to receive the fund.

    All I need from you is to stand as the next of kin so that my bank can transfer the funds to your account, I agree that we share the funds 40% for you and 60% for me, also my 60% share will also be invested in your country under your care.

    Please keep this matter as top secret between us, Awaiting your urgent reply via my email address:( for a brief discussion on how to proceed.

    Mr. Ebenezer T. Odonkor.

    Stay safe and have a good, productive trip. This will be a life changing experience for you.

    -Tony Cardali