By Joy Adjei
We went to a coffee bean plantation and learnt how to pluck beans or the fruit carefully so it can produce more the next year.
Personally this was very interesting because back home in Ghana we drink coffee but we don’t produce are own.
Then we made are way to the FAFG where we learnt how they analyze the bones, clean them and collect the DNA, analyze the DNA samples and use connections to the diseased people to figure out how they were murdered and why.
Personally I felt terribly uncomfortable because there were remains of children, the youngest was about 6 months old and I love kids so to here that these young people had to live a life of sadness and hatred breaks my heart.
But this experience was really fun, really interesting and thought me a lot.