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My contemporaries call me JNKO. I was born into a humble family in the town of Manso Atwere in the Amansie West District of Ashanti Region, Ghana. I grew up without any of the privileges people born into rich families enjoy -- inheriting good things. However, being the only male child of my mother, I was loved and cared for by my parents. My mother's love and protection was an incentive for me to grow up a pampered child but I had a father who was an uncompromising disciplinarian. He taught me about the dangers of being over-pampered as a child. He explained that pampered kids often grow up to be dysfunctional in society. He therefore encouraged me to be strong and hardworking.

Through my father's advice, I realized very early that, "life is what you make out of it. What others have does not matter; What matters is who you are." Guided by this philosophy, I braved challenges and struggled through life to give myself the education and professional development that I desired. It is commonly said that, "Every one needs to find his or her place in this world. Some people are born to theirs; others discover theirs, and many more people make a place for themselves. By the grace of God, I have made a place for myself in Information & Communication Technology (ICT) profession as a Web Administrator and Developer.


By the grace of God, I am married with four children. My marriage is built on my relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Without Him, I would have stumbled along the way but the Good Lord has been my strength and stay. The love, unity, and peace of God that reigns in my home is not the reward of my toils, but by the Grace of God. When Christ takes the center stage in marriage, He gives meaning and purpose to every aspect of the relationship. It is therefore not what I have done, but what Christ has done.