May
30

AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET

      OF CRICKET AND HORSES By CAMERON DUODU What on earth, I hear a reader say, have horses got to do with cricket? The connection link is – my kids. I was born and bred in the green rain-forest. I never set eyes on a horse, close at hand, until I was 20… Continue reading »

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May
23

AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET (contd. 2 )

AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET (contd.2) By CAMERON DUODU If you are bringing up children and you become aware that they are seriously  interested in something – no matter how uninterested in it you are yourself – help them to acquire a prowess in it if you can. That interest will eventually transfer itself to you,… Continue reading »

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May
14

AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET? (contd.)

  AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET? (contd.)   BY CAMERON DUODU     I am a sports addict, and make no apologies for it.  When I was a mere little lad, who was not supposed to leave Asiakwa, my home-town, and travel elsewhere, unsupervised by an adult relative or friend of the family, I collected enough… Continue reading »

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May
10

ONLY OKYEMAN CAN SAVE ITSELF FROM GALAMSEY!

  ONLY OKYEMAN CAN SAVE ITSELF FROM GALAMSEY!             By CAMERON DUODU  urgent update: GALAMSEY HAS NOW BECOME A ‘NATIONAL ISSUE’– ASANTEHENE Friday, 31 May 2013 Source: citifmonline Stay off galamsey or face my anger – Otumfuo warns sub-chiefs Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has warned his sub-chiefs to stay out of illegal mining activities, otherwise… Continue reading »

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May
08

THE BIRTH OF THE OAU

  THE BIRTH OF THE OAU By CAMERON DUODU To us in Ghana, the conference that was held in Addis Ababa in May 1963 to give birth to the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) was as exciting as an international football match. Lined up on one side of the “pitch” was a group of African… Continue reading »

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