Jul
31

UPDATED: R.I.P. ISAAC OPOKU EDUSEI

UPDATED: R.I.P. ISAAC OPOKU EDUSEI.

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Jul
30

UPDATED: R.I.P. ISAAC OPOKU EDUSEI

  R. I. P. ISAAC OPOKU EDUSEI, KWABOTWE HILL  STALWART By CAMERON DUODU (PICTURE: Isaac Opoku Edusei (right) with his youngest son, Nana Kwame Adusei, in happier days.) Why do secondary schools seem to win a greater affection from their alumni than Universities and other institutions? I suppose it’s because secondary schools play the ‘midwife’ to … Continue reading »

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Jul
11

UPDATED: THIS IRKSOME LAW OF ‘CONTMEPT’

UPDATED: THIS IRKSOME LAW OF ‘CONTEMPT’ By CAMERON DUODU   The weighty matter of contempt of court, which has come to the fore of our national consciousness because of what happened at the Supreme Court in Accra on 25 June 2013, has, of course, dominated my thinking, too.. I refer, of course, to the 10-day… Continue reading »

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Jul
10

ANGOLAN WAS ‘UNLAWFULLY KILLED’ BY DEPORTERS FROM UK

Jimmy Mubenga was unlawfully killed, UK inquest jury finds Angolan man died after being restrained by G4S guards on deportation flight from UK8 Matthew Taylor, Paul Lewis and Guy Grandjean guardian.co.uk,             Tuesday 9 July 2013 14.58 BST Jump to comments (89) Jimmy Mubenga was heard shouting that he could not breathe before he died,… Continue reading »

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Jul
09

THIS IRKSOME LAW OF CONTEMPT

Tue, 9 Jul 2013 at THIS IRKSOME  LAW OF CONTEMPT By CAMERON DUODU I have weighty things on my mind – things like contempt of court. But those weighty matters will have to wait (no pun intended) whilst I touch on something else.   Someone once said that this “something else” was “more important than… Continue reading »

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