12 photos that every Ghanaian millenial can relate to

One great thing about the internet is that it can work like a time machine. Here are 12 relatable photos that are sure to make you reminisce on your Ghanaian childhood.
July 8, 2021

One great thing about the internet is that it can work as a time machine. With just a search and a click, you could find yourself watching a video on Youtube from more than a decade ago. The beauty of technology. We reckon no one in Ghana appreciates technology as much as the Millenial generation that was brought upon it.

Nostalgia seems to be going around like the flu these days. Maybe it’s because of the pandemic last year. Maybe it’s just because we are yearning for simpler times. Needless to say, Ghanaian 80s and 90s babies are searching for a walk down memory lane and we know just the page for that.

@Ghanaian80sand90sbabies is an Instagram page that takes Millenials through their childhood history with an easy click. Bringing you some of the best and fondest memories of your child and teen years in Ghana, this page gets the credit for being the closest thing to a Ghanaian time machine.

Please, where’s your handkerchief? Here are 12 relatable photos that are sure to make you reminisce on your childhood.

 

1. Alewa black and white

If you never tasted this then you haven’t tasted sweetness.

 

2. Wallabees

If you crip-walked in this then you already won the dance battle.

 

3. Game Center

Truancy was the biggest vice then.

 

4. Poki

This with meat pie after the church was elite.

 

5. Ice Water

It walked so Pure Water could fly.

 

6. Marshals Mathematics Set

The student’s exam arsenal.

 

7. FLAMES

We played this game with our crushes in mind. Always.

 

8. Jolly Jus

Have a jolly good time!

9. Almond hunting

Brofo nkate3

 

10. Nintendo Gameboy

Dadabees Assemble!

 

11. Knockout Fireworks

Your Christmas wasn’t banging without these.

12. Saturday Night Powder

When you used this you know you would sleep like a baby.

 

Do you have any nostalgic memories you would like to share? We would love to hear. Get interactive and comment below.

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