Jul
31

OBITUARY: PROF JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS, PRESIDENT OF GHANA

    OBITUARY: PRESIDENT JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS By CAMERON DUODU     IT was a terse message that flitted across my screen: “President Mills, R I P.!”   I thought it was another Ghanaian joke. In June 2012, rumours had circulated widely that President Mills had died. People believed it until he went public… Continue reading »

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Jul
28

WHAT THE GHANA ELECTION OF 2008 AND ITS AFTERMATH MEANT TO GHANA AND AFRICA

http://www.global-briefing.org/2011/07/out-of-africa-why-election-fever-damages-african-stability/ Out of Africa: Election fever and African stability Cameron Duodu As we drove towards Abuja airport, I asked the driver, who was busy dodging mounds of earth in the middle of the road: “But why do they pile up the soil, when they are not ready to use it?” “Ah, Oga,” [elderly one] said… Continue reading »

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Jul
28

WHAT CAMERON DUODU WROTE ABOUT MILLS WHEN MILLS FIRST TOOK OFFICE

When the late President John Atta Mills first took office in January 2009, CAMERON DUODU spelt out for him, the tortuous political path  that lay before him. Did Mills listen to the good avice offered to him? Read and judge for yourself! Feature Article | 3 January 2009 Last updated at 14:49 CET  2  Comments CONGRATULATIONS, PROF JOHN ATTAH MILLS… Continue reading »

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Jul
28

THE LEGACY MILLS HAS LEFT TO GHANA BY CAMERON DUODU (London Guardian)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/jul/27/john-atta-mills-ghana?commentpage=1#end-of-comment Comment is free John Atta Mills has left Ghana a challenging legacy Before his death, there was much dissatisfaction with the president – now a new man has to try to hold the nation together Share Tweet this Email Cameron Duodu guardian.co.uk, Friday 27 July 2012 17.49 BST Jump to comments (…) ‘Death has enabled John… Continue reading »

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Jul
23

WHAT ABOUT CRICKET (Part 1)

<h3 “”=”” tabindex=”-1″>what about cricket (1) WHAT ABOUT CRICKET? (Part 1) by CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 24.07.2012 Someone who read my piece entitled “Why do we love sports so much?” threw me a simple question: ‘what about cricket’? My examination of sports had largely taken in football and basketball but had not included a word about cricket.… Continue reading »

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