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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Jan
06

THE TRAGIC CONSEQUENCES OF UNCONCERN ABOUT GALAMSEY

Maybe we have to sue the government? For it collects direct and indirect taxes to safeguard the public welfare, right? If it doesn’t use the taxes to ensure the public welfare – in this case, repair the damage done to the rivers by the galamsey operators so that posterity can have water to drink – it ought to be sued to do its duty, mustn’t it?

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Dec
20

…AND NOBODY CARES!

Yes, our river was once so mighty that its very name defined it – Supong [Big River.] The galamsey people have destroyed it. Parts of it have dried up; parts have become mud cakes full of algae. And yet this was a river that you were advised not to dare to swim in, when it had rained!

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Dec
10

GOODBYE TO THE DEAR DEPARTED

UNDER THE NEEM TREE Goodbye to The Dear Departed by CAMERON DUODU From New African Magazine December 2014 So far, almost all the stories I have told readers of New African who chose to sit Under The Neem Tree with me, have been funny ones. But in doing that, I have not done justice to… Continue reading »

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May
14

AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET? (contd.)

  AND WHAT ABOUT CRICKET? (contd.)   BY CAMERON DUODU     I am a sports addict, and make no apologies for it.  When I was a mere little lad, who was not supposed to leave Asiakwa, my home-town, and travel elsewhere, unsupervised by an adult relative or friend of the family, I collected enough… Continue reading »

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