Jun
08

TRIBUTE TO MUHAMMAD ALI, “THE GREATEST”

  TRIBUTE TO “THE GREATEST” — MUHAMMAD ALI by CAMERON DUODU WHEN “Cassius Clay” (as he then was) entered the ring to fight Sonny Liston for the World Heavyweight title in February 1964, I was afraid that Sonny Liston would kill him. Although Ali had won the Olympic gold medal in September 1960, before turning… Continue reading »

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Jul
19

HOW I WISH KROBO EDUSEI WERE ALIVE!

HOW I WISH KROBO EDUSEI WERE ALIVE! By CAMERON DUODU   At the time  Mr Krobo Edusei became Minister of the Interior in Dr Kwame Nkrumah’s Government in November 1957, the atmosphere in Ghana’s Parliament was one of the most pleasant in the world. Humour was  one of the most appreciated contributions Members could make… Continue reading »

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Dec
31

MY DAYS AT DRUM (1)

MY DAYS AT DRUM (1) By CAMERON DUODU For years, African journalists have been criticising to the people of the African continent, the attempts made by African leaders to unite to fight for the political and economic objectives that have been identified as essential for Africa’s socio-economic growth. The Organisation of African Unity (OAU) and… Continue reading »

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Jan
05

ARE NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS WORTH MAKING?

  ARE NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS WORTH MAKING? By CAMERON DUODU     I must admit I never make New Year Resolutions. What is the point? I know I shall break them the moment I make them!     For instance, as I woke up in the morning of New Year’s Day, my eyes alighted on… 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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