Jan
30

THE DAY GHANA VANQUISHED BRAZIL AT SOCCER

Tue, 29 Jan 2013 at 21:31 Tue, 21:31 A DAY TO REMEMBER! GHANA’S ‘TEN TALL MEN’* VANQUISH BRAZIL By CAMERON DUODU Ghana’s goalkeeper Daniel Agyei celebrates while sitting on top of the goal posts after winning their U-20 World Cup final soccer match against Brazil at the Cairo International Stadium in Cairo, Egypt Friday, Oct.… Continue reading »

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Jan
29

OH LORD, PLEASE SAVE THE TIMBUKTU MANUSCRIPTS!

OH LORD PLEASE SAVE THE TIMBUKTU MANUSCRIPTS! By CAMERON DUODU As soon as I heard that  the French army was close to capturing the city of Timbuktu, in its attempt to recapture Northern Mali in conjunction with the newly emboldened soldiers of the Bamako Government, my heart jumped.   For I knew instinctively that the… Continue reading »

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Jan
20

THE JOY OF STORY-TELLING

New African March 2010 edition Under The Neem Tree By CAMERON DUODU The joy of storytelling   It’s taken me more than a week. But I still can’t find it.  “It” is the opening formula for telling stories in villages like mine in Ghana.Any Akan reader who can remember it, please send it to New African… Continue reading »

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Jan
17

CONGRATS ‘FOR THE TIME BEING, MR PRESIDENT

Yes, what the country must extol from both the NPP and the NDC is that they should actively educate their members to accept whatever decision the Supreme Court eventually hands out. The supporters of Mahama must on no account convince themselves that because he has been inaugurated, he cannot any longer be divested of the presidency. He could be divested of it even if he wins the Supreme Court case – through a process in the Constitution called “impeachment”. (The Constitution clearly states the grounds upon which a sitting President may be “impeached” and removed from office.)

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Jan
09

IN MEMORIAM — KATE MORTIMER, JOHN HAMMOND

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