Nov
28

GOODBYE, MY ‘LITTLE SISTER’ ALICE!

  GOODBYE, MY ‘LITTLE SISTER’ ALICE By CAMERON DUODU ALICE DUODUAA (left) AND HER BRO CAMERON DUODU Alice Duoduaa was the first sister I ever had. My father was very proud when she was born, for she was also his first daughter. He had always wanted a girl to name after his mother, but had… Continue reading »

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Nov
18

CHINESE FORTUNE-HUNTERS AND GALAMSEY IN GHANA

CHINESE FORTUNE-HUNTERS AND ‘GALAMSEY’ IN GHANA   By CAMERON DUODU     Ever since I visited China in November 1958 as the guest of the Chinese Writers’ Union, I have had nothing but the greatest admiration for the Chinese people’s monumental effort to build for themselves, a country that the rest of the world cannot… Continue reading »

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Nov
18

IS IT POSSIBLE TO ‘UNSUBSCRIBE’ FROM GHANA?

Is It Possible To Unsubscribe From Ghana?​ Published on November 9, 2013 Cameron Duodu K1 – Koo, so you have gone and left me alone? K2 – Koo, I don’t like the way you are putting it. It’s as if I left you deliberately. Yet you know that there are commitments to be fulfilled by… Continue reading »

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Nov
18

do the black stars need a foreign technical advisor?

DO THE BLACK STARS NEED A FOREIGN TECHNICAL DIRECTOR?     Daily Graphic Monday, 18 November 2013 An expatriate technical director for Stars? Written by  Cameron Duodu / Graphic Sports / Ghana  New  0   Cameron DuoduThere is a pithy American saying which goes: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”   I once heard… Continue reading »

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Nov
18

WHY ARE GHANA COCOA FARMERS THE ONLY FARMERS WHO ARE THE “EMPLOYEES” OF THE GOVERNMENT?

Why Are Cocoa Farmers The Only Farmers Who Are The ‘Employees’ Of The Government? By Daily Guide on November 16, 2013 Ghana never ceases to amaze me. I am thinking, in this instance, of the inability of our Governments to force through the completion of the greatest eyesore in the country – the 37-kilometre stretch… Continue reading »

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