Apr
23

TREASON AGAINST THE RULE OF LAW IN GHANA

TREASON AGAINST THE RULE OF LAW By CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 23.04.2012 Kennedy Agyapong The citizens of a modern democratic state surrender a great deal of power to the government they elect to rule over them. The most important power they surrender is the one that enables their government to order its instruments of coercion –… Continue reading »

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Apr
19

THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION SHOULD STOP DECEIVING GHANAIANS

THE ELECTORAL COMMISSION SHOULD STOP DECEIVING GHANAIANS  by  CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 17.04.2012 Everything I read about the biometric registration –  from Ododiodoo in Accra right up to the northern part of Ghana, past Asante and Brong-Ahafo through to the Volta Region – suggests that the exercise has been marred by strong-arm methods unleashed… Continue reading »

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Apr
10

A TYPICAL ECOWAS FUDGE OVER MALI

A TYPICAL ECOWAS FUDGE OVER MALI By CAMERON DUODU Related Stories 2nd ECOWAS Games To Be Hosted By Ghana In June Spain, ECOWAS Take Steps To Bolster Ties No Sugar-Daddy Business!�Declares Shirley, Miss ECOWAS �10 The ECOWAS “solution” to the Mali crisis, whereby President Amadou Toumani Toure has been made to resign and his place… Continue reading »

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Apr
09

REMEMBERING GENERALS JOSEPH ANKRAH AND MOBUTU SESESEKO

CONVERSATIONS WITH MY STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS (4) REMEMBERING GENERALS ANKRAH AND MOBUTU By CAMERON DUODU STREAM OF CONSCIOUSNESS: I am still waiting to hear about General Sani Abacha of Nigeria…. ME: Listen man, Abacha was, without doubt, the most notorious character in West African history – if not African history, and you can’t make me… Continue reading »

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Apr
03

BIOMETRIC REGISTRATION IN GHANA, 2012

BIOMETRIC REGISTRATION IN GHANA, 2012 By CAMERON DUODU Ghana has allowed itself to become a ‘victim’ society. We accept the unacceptable from our own Government and its agencies, and sulk within ourselves. When it is suggested that we might be able to do something about our complaints, we smile enigmatically and say, “Don’t worry. We’ll… Continue reading »

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