Sep
17

CAN THE ICC HALT GHANA’S INEXORABLE MARCH TOWARDS NATIONAL, ‘SELF-INFLICTED GENOCIDE’?

GHANAIANS PLAGUED BY THE DESTRUCTION WROUGHT BY GALAMSEY CAN NOW TAKE THEIR CASE TO THE ICC! By CAMERON DUODU The International Criminal Court (ICC) was established under a multilateral treaty called the “ Rome Statute” which was adopted on 17 July 1998 and entered into force on1 July 2002. It is based in the Hague,… Continue reading »

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Sep
13

CAN YOU HAVE DEMOCRACY WITHOUT DEMOCRATS?

Can You Have Democracy Without Democrats? By Cameron Duodu   Democracy is not a concept that is too difficult to understand. It allows for what can be put in the Ghanaian language, Twi, as ‘ka-bi-ma-me-nka bi’: (literally, “You say your piece — and let me too say mine”.) But “saying one’s piece” throws up several… Continue reading »

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Sep
10

GIVE IT TO GOD AND LET’S MOVE ON!

“GIVE IT TO GOD” AND “LET’S MOVE ON!” By CAMERON DUODU   On 3 September 2016, Myjoyonline.com reported that a former Clerk of Ghana’s Parliament, Mr S N Darkwa, had described as an error, the “outright dismissal of a motion brought before [the current Speaker, Mr Doe Adjaho] by the Minority, in respect of the… Continue reading »

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Sep
07

HAVE GHANAIANS BEEN TURNED INTO DUMB BEASTS OR WHAT?

HAVE GHANAIANS BEEN TURNED INTO DUMB BEASTS OR WHAT? By Cameron Duodu Previous | Next  IT was our greatest song-writer, the late Owura Ephraim Amu, who confessed in his “Kente song” that: Akyinkyin akyinyin Ama mahu nneɛma aaa; Akyinkyin akyinkyin Ama mate nsɛm aaa, Asante Bonwere Kente nwene deɛ, Minhuu bi da oooo! Asante Bonwere… Continue reading »

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Sep
03

SPEAKER DOE ADJAHO HAS UNILATERALLY ABOLISHED THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GHANA’S PARLIAMENT

MR SPEAKER, SIR, YOU HAVE UNILATERALLY ABOLISHED THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GHANA’S PARLIAMENT! By CAMERON DUODU —0— Perhaps I should not have been surprised when I heard that the Speaker of the National Assembly, The Right Honourable Doe Adjaho, had disallowed the Motion the Minority wanted to present to the House, asking it to investigate reports… Continue reading »

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