Edward Asare, a digital marketer and blogger, recently shared a heartfelt post on Facebook about his journey of finding solace and purpose in engaging in meaningful conversations with women after losing his mother at the age of 151. In the post, he expressed his deep gratitude for being considered worthy of speaking to women who seek someone to talk to and for having the privilege of speaking at numerous women-centered events. He also mentioned that this journey is not just about words but a way of giving his mother the flowers she deserves, even though she is no longer with us.
Edward’s post has touched many hearts and has been widely appreciated by his followers. His story is an inspiration to many who have faced similar struggles in life. It highlights the importance of finding solace in meaningful conversations and how it can help one overcome difficult times.
Edward Asare (born 10 July 1993) is a Ghanaian blogger, influencer, and digital marketer. He was nominated among the Top 50 Ghanaian Bloggers in 2021 by Avance Media and was awarded Ghana’s Digital Marketing Professional of the Year by the National Communication Awards in 2021. Edward was born in Dawatrim-Asesewa in the Eastern region (Upper Manya Krobo District) to Rev. Eric N. Asare and Mary Asare. He attended Dawatrim R/C primary school and then continued his elementary education at the De Youngsters International school. His senior high school education was at Accra Academy from where he continued to the University of Ghana where he read Economics and Information Studies. In 2016, Edward worked as a social media manager at TV3 and did his national service at St. Francis Girls’ Senior High School. He has worked with Genesis International Ltd, Glofert Ghana, Peduase Valley Resort, Media General Ltd, Ankobrah Beach Resort, Redpear, and Yen.com.gh. Mr. Asare is currently a Digital Marketer with United Bank for Africa, Ghana, and a board member of Educational World Wide.