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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Mar
12

LIVING WITH ‘DUMSORLOGY’

LIVING WITH ‘DUMSORLOGY’   LIVING WITH DUMSORLOGY By CAMERON DUODU Even the look of the word in Ghanaian newspapers is ‘mongrelic’ — dumso. On paper, it looks like one thing: namely, something that grows on the ‘odum’ tree, but which, on being written down, has had the “o” in “odum” excised off. Furthermore, the apostrophe… Continue reading »

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