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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Jun
27

THE ICC AND INTRA-AFRICAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS By CAMERON DUODU

THE ICC AND INTRA-AFRICAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS By CAMERON DUODU   A lot of abuse has been heaped on the head of the South African Government for allowing President Omar Al-Bashir of Sudan to leave South Africa on 15 June 2015, whilst a South African court was still considering a complaint from a South African NGO… Continue reading »

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Oct
26

THE TERRIFYING PROSPECT OF ELECTION STEALING IN AFRICA by CAMERON DUODU

A racist hacker had entered the computer tallying the results of South Africa’s “magical” election of May 1994 and altered the results in favour of 3 minority parties.

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