Jan
11

UPDATED NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST

NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST by CAMERON DUODU Order of the Dead Tilapia (This newly created Hallowed Order is so eminent that no individual in Ghana could have earned it., It replaces the erstwhile “Order Of The Dead Vulture”. Be warned: only those familiar with “Olde English” [circa King James] will get its full import.) It… Continue reading »

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Jan
06

CAMERON DUODU’S NEW YEAR HONOURS LIST (2015)

QUOTE: “NANJING ­­ Six companies in east China’s Jiangsu Province were ordered to pay 160

million yuan (26 million U.S. dollars) for discharging waste chemical to rivers by a court….It is

the highest fine of its kind in China ever imposed.

“The companies, from Taizhou City, were ordered to pay the amount to an environmental protection fund within 30 days. They were found guilty of discharging 25,000 tons of waste acid
into two rivers, which caused serious pollution, according to Jiangsu Provincial Higher People’s Court. In August [2014] Taizhou Intermediate People’s Court sentenced 14 people involved in the pollution to prison terms ranging from two to five years and ordered the companies to pay 26m US DOLLARS within nine months. The six companies appealed [but] Jiangsu Provincial
Higher People’s Court upheld the [original] ruling.

“NANJING ­­ Six companies in east China’s Jiangsu Province were ordered to pay 160

million yuan (26 million U.S. dollars) for discharging waste chemical to rivers by a court….It is

the highest fine of its kind in China ever imposed.

“The companies, from Taizhou City, were ordered to pay the amount to an environmental protection fund within 30 days. They were found guilty of discharging 25,000 tons of waste acid
into two rivers, which caused serious pollution, according to Jiangsu Provincial Higher People’s Court. In August [2014] Taizhou Intermediate People’s Court sentenced 14 people involved in the pollution to prison terms ranging from two to five years and ordered the companies to pay 26m US DOLLARS within nine months. The six companies appealed [but] Jiangsu Provincial
Higher People’s Court upheld the [original] ruling

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Dec
16

HOW CAN ANYONE WATCH A GALAMSEY FILM LIKE THIS AND — JUST DO NOTHING?

HOW CAN ANYONE WATCH THIS GALAMSEY FILM AND — DO NOTHING? By CAMERON DUODU I have been crying in my heart for many months over Ghana’s galamsey problem. (See elsewhere on this website Cameron Duodu ) Everyone makes noises regretting the continued existence of the treasonable and heinous practice. Anas Aremeyaw Anas made a vivid… Continue reading »

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Nov
01

THE JOURNALIST WHO CAUGHT THE ARMAJARO SMUGGLER

…when Barack Obama visited Ghana in July 2009 on his first trip to sub-Saharan Africa, he singled out Anas in his address to the Ghanaian parliament for “risk[ing] his life to report the truth.”

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