Apr
24

“HELLO! CAN YOU HEAR ME?”

  HELLO! CAN YOU HEAR ME? By CAMERON DUODU Ei, we have come far oh! The other day I got a call in London from my uncle who lives at Nsutem, in the Eastern Region of Ghana. I could imagine him using the phone at Nsutem market – I noticed the phone kiosk there when… Continue reading »

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Apr
16

HAS POLITICS IN GHANA BECOME TOO PERSONALISED?

Tue, 16 Apr 2013 at 10:14 10:14   STOP THIS VILE   OVER-PERSONALISED POLITICS By CAMERON DUODU   Something funny happened on an Internet forum the other day. Someone had dug up — would you   believe it,  at this stage of Ghana’s post-election politics —  some new “facts” about Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo: to wit, that… Continue reading »

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Apr
15

OBITUARY OF DENNIS BRUTUS, POET

South Africa Dennis Brutus obituary South African writer, poet and campaigner against apartheid Share5 inShare0 Email Cameron Duodu The Guardian,             Tuesday 23 February 2010 18.01 GMT Brutus remained an activist well after the fall of his country’s racist system. Photograph: Anonymous/AP   Dennis Brutus, the poet and anti-apartheid activist, who has died aged 85,… Continue reading »

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Apr
15

“Obama, do something before you go!”

Monday 17 August 2009 Cameron Duodu: Obama must unlearn the past if he is to succeed in Africa Share 0 inShare +More Related Topics Barack Obama King Tutankhamen Democrats (US) Africa Ads by Google 99¢ for 1st 4 weeks The New York Times Global. Expand Your World View Today! www.nytimes.com/GlobalEdition Lose 2.5 Stone in 4… Continue reading »

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Apr
13

THE CLOTH THAT TALKED

THE CLOTH THAT TALKED By Cameron Duodu Ananse Kokuroko (as God was apostrophised in ancient folk tales; His Omnipotent Name was not “uttered in vain” — long before the Bible reached us! Yet we are supposed to believe that it was the Bible that came to teach us about the existence of One God, Supreme… Continue reading »

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