Jun
03

MALAWI GOES ‘GHANAIAN’ IN ITS ELECTION

MALAWI GOES ‘GHANAIAN’ IN ITS ELECTION By CAMERON DUODU Malawi is a Commonwealth country in Central/Southern Africa.  But it has chosen a West African country as its model – when it comes to elections. Well, when it comes to how its elections are conducted by its Electoral Commission. The result is that it now has… Continue reading »

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Jan
17

CONGRATS ‘FOR THE TIME BEING, MR PRESIDENT

Yes, what the country must extol from both the NPP and the NDC is that they should actively educate their members to accept whatever decision the Supreme Court eventually hands out. The supporters of Mahama must on no account convince themselves that because he has been inaugurated, he cannot any longer be divested of the presidency. He could be divested of it even if he wins the Supreme Court case – through a process in the Constitution called “impeachment”. (The Constitution clearly states the grounds upon which a sitting President may be “impeached” and removed from office.)

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Jul
31

OBITUARY: PROF JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS, PRESIDENT OF GHANA

    OBITUARY: PRESIDENT JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS By CAMERON DUODU     IT was a terse message that flitted across my screen: “President Mills, R I P.!”   I thought it was another Ghanaian joke. In June 2012, rumours had circulated widely that President Mills had died. People believed it until he went public… Continue reading »

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Jul
28

THE LEGACY MILLS HAS LEFT TO GHANA BY CAMERON DUODU (London Guardian)

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/jul/27/john-atta-mills-ghana?commentpage=1#end-of-comment Comment is free John Atta Mills has left Ghana a challenging legacy Before his death, there was much dissatisfaction with the president – now a new man has to try to hold the nation together Share Tweet this Email Cameron Duodu guardian.co.uk, Friday 27 July 2012 17.49 BST Jump to comments (…) ‘Death has enabled John… Continue reading »

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