Feb
23

DR J B DANQUAH’S DEATH IS STICKING IN THE THROATS OF SOME PEOPLE LIKE A DEAD RAT

  DR J B DANQUAH’S DEATH IS STICKING IN THE THROATS OF SOME PEOPLE LIKE A DEAD RAT By CAMERON DUODU Daily Guide 21 February 2015 A 69-year-old  man is carted off to prison. He has never been charged with any crime. He has not been sentenced to any term of imprisonment by any law… Continue reading »

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Dec
14

IN MEMORIAM — NELSON MANDELA

HOME / Columnist / In Memoriam – Nelson Mandela In Memoriam – Nelson Mandela Daily Guide December 7, 2013 Cameron Duodu WHEN I made my first-ever visit to South Africa in September 1990, there were hundreds of journalists in South Africa, all of whom had a  single objective: namely, to secure an exclusive interview with… Continue reading »

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Dec
07

THE UNKNOWN NELSON MANDELA by CAMERON DUODU

—————————————————– THE UNKNOWN NELSON MANDELA By CAMERON DUODU I first met Nelson Mandela at Jan Smuts Airport, Johannesburg. It was in September 1990, and I was in Johannesburg as the guest of Jim Bailey, the publisher of the Pan-African Magazine, Drum. I had been the Ghana editor of this paper in1961-65 and Bailey wanted me… 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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Feb
21

GHANA’S POLITICIANS MUST REALISE THAT THEY ARE BEING WATCHED

The Ghanaian Times 21st February, 2012 THE ENEMIES OF DEMOCRACY ARE WATCHING YOU, POLITICIANS OF GHANA! By Cameron Duodu In an article entitled “What exactly is ‘misconduct’, published on 24th January 2012, I spelt out for our body-politic, the perilous nature of the situation in which its leadership had placed itself, with the unfolding of the… Continue reading »

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