SO ONLY 2.3 MI LLI ON GHANAIANS ARE ‘BONKERS’? SORRY I HAVE NEWS FOR YOU! By CAMERON DUODU K1: KOO, I swear that when I observe many of the goings-on in our country today, I begin to suffer from acute mental torture! K2: Ho, you’re not the only one! I read an alarming report …
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, …
I would never have believed that in a Ghana that has been independent for 59 years, and has developed relations with Interpol, the FBI, Scotland Yard and many other first-class detection agencies,in the world the police would be so toothless and unprofessional that when an old woman suffering from dementia is burnt alive publicly for merely mistaking someone else’s bedroom for her own, they would not be able to bring the offenders to book in five years and four months!
Illegal mining has been a major problem for government in recent times; many of the water bodies in the country have been destroyed by the mining.
In many parts of Ghana, including the Northern Region, a number of people have either been left injured or dead in clashes between residents and illegal miners.
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 …
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?
River Twafuor remained in use until a particularly useless and immensely self-centred “educated” man bulldozed himself on to our stool and became our chief. The fool neglected everything, including how to enforce the protections that had previously been accorded to the stream. So, today, Twafuor has dried up. Dead.
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 …
WHAT CAN AKYEM ABUAKWA DO ABOUT GALAMSEY? By CAMERON DUODU The Akyems are among the most democratic people in the world. When a meeting is held at an Akyem chief”s palace, anyone can contribute to the discussion – provided he or she knows how to speak in public. The methodology for speaking one’s mind in …