Apr
28

OF COFFEE, CHOCOLATES AND ‘COCKROACHES’

OF  COFFEE,  CHOCOLATES AND ‘COCKROACHES’ By CAMERON DUODU I am sure that a columnist of the British tabloid newspaper, The Sun, called Katie Hopkins, must be thanking her lucky stars that a column of hers has drawn the ire of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Columnists of her ilk adore the “attention” that… Continue reading »

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Apr
25

TEARING THE MASK OFF THE UGLY FACE OF AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS

TEARING THE MASK OFF THE UGLY FACE OF AFRICAN GOVERNMENTS By CAMERON DUODU In what must count as one of my worst nightmares, a grandchild of mine calls me just after having watched the news on TV and says: “Grandpa, they say 800 people – many of them Africans – were drowned in the Mediterranean… Continue reading »

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Sep
01

NATO MUST SAVE THE BLACKS THREATENED WITH DEATH IN LIBYA

THE WEST HAS A RESPONSIBILITY TO SAVE THE THREATENED BLACKS IN LIBYA By CAMERON DUODU No-one in his right mind would be surprised that the new rulers of Libya’s streets want to mete out justice to remnants of Col. Muammar Gaddafi’s army, upon whom they can lay their hands. The resistance put up in Tripoli… Continue reading »

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Aug
23

WHEN IS MIGHT RIGHT?

WHEN IS MIGHT RIGHT? By CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 23 August 2011 IF (as is said) Might is right, Then right should equal ‘more might’; Because (although not often said) Might isn’t quite right For each and every cause, Whereas Truth and its brother, Right, Serve all humanity’s cause © cd082011 It was quite unbelievable,… Continue reading »

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Feb
22

DOMINOES FALL ALL OVER THE MIDDLE EAST by CAMERON DUODU

DOMINOES FALL ALL OVER THE MIDDLE EAST by CAMERON DUODU The Ghanaian Times 22 February 2011 So now, it is Libya’s turn. After Tunisia and Egypt, it is Libya that is feeling the pinch of massive people’s anger. The Libyan situation is less clear to the outside world than either Tunisia’s or Egypt’s or even… Continue reading »

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