The Empire is a group of revolutionary minded artistes based in Ghana. The individual artist of this kingdom has written several heartwarming and mind blowing pieces. The Empire was created in October 2019 and started posting in January the following year to facilitate the spread of the art beyond geographical, political and economic boundaries.

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Our Mission
We are revolutionary minded with the desire to recreate the world via prophetic writings enabling the inhabitants to decorate it (the world) with positive vibes and eschew bitterness.

Our Vision
To create a digital library of all forms of literature for the world’s inhabitants.”


The Crowns

The crowns sitting in the middle represent the various Kings and Queens that are a part of this kingdom. That is, you and I.

The Book

Kings and Queens in this kingdom are full of many ideas and have no desire to take them to their graves. Thus the book is a bank of ideas kept for the next generation; the tool of every writer. In deed, we are writers and the book signifies that fact.

The White Color

Information is a transforming or deforming element of creation. Information in a cunning form depletes serenity in the minds of people and creates chaos. The Empire takes responsibility of the security of our people. Thus, this color stands for the safety of the minds of our readers. It also conveys the light that is shined on each topic in our pieces.

The Blue Color

This color represents the wide variety of knowledge that would be displayed in the kingdom, both in the posts and comments.

The Orange Color

The Empire is an orange world. The orange color shows the riches primarily found within the kingdom, creativity.

The Black Color

This symbolises our (the creators of the Empire) African roots.


The Logo in more details:

“The crowns being in the middle represents the central importance of each and every member of this kingdom”

“The book is strategically placed in the middle about the crowns to depict the primary focus of The Empire, penning down the thoughts and ideas of people,writing.”

“The book finds itself in a blue circle to show that we place value on writings with good knowledge on a subject matter.”

“The entire logo is engulfed by an orange circle, our symbol of rich creativity.”

“The name THE EMPIRE is found at the top section of the orange circle while our slogan “A KINGDOM Of FIERY WRITINGS” is found at the bottom of the same circle both being separated by two black dots at the left and right sections of the orange circle, depicting that The Empire is a kingdom full of rich literatures of all forms and it’s (The Empire) root is the mother of all creative riches.”

“The shape of the logo is circular indicating that this Empire is not confined to a specific location or continent but the world at large.”

Copyright Notice

The individual author owns the copyright to their respective pieces.  All other content of this website is under copyright © 2021 The Empire.



STEPHEN OKERAKU OBENG (KWAME OBENG) is a Ghanaian poetry and story writer. He is an expert in fictional love poetry and an administrator of “The Empire” website. Since his childhood, Kwame has been a big lover of fictional love stories and has resorted to writing, to promote the course of love in real life.


John Mefful is a virtual assistant and a freelance writer in diverse fields. He was born and groomed in the dark vegetation of Africa, Ghana to be precise. He is an Alumnus of the University of Cape coast, with strong writing and oratory skills. He is passionate about writings which challenge status quos. 


ISAAC KWOFIE is a proud young Ghanaian who has much love for writing. He’s a script writer, has got several quotes in stock, a spoken word artiste and a lover of poem writing. He’s a great fan of creativity and admires nature to the maxim. He’s very observant and analytical when it comes to dealing with issues. He has volunteered as an agent of transformation who aims to transform lives and enrich potentials through his numerous writings.

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