Nov
14

HIGH NOON IN GHANA

HIGH NOON IN GHANA by CAMERON DUODU New African Magazine, November 2012 The word ‘crucial’ has been  so often used in connection with elections in Ghana in the recent past that it has become somewhat devalued in meaning. As every election looms up in the country, soothsayers never cease to predict that if the result… Continue reading »

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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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Nov
01

CURRENT GONJA FLOODS ARE ‘BEYOND’ GHANA’S ABILITY TO MANAGE

1 November 2010 Source: Daily Graphic Gonja: Floods hit over 700,000 victims The Interior Minister, Mr Martin Amidu, has described the flood situation in the country as a national disaster which calls for international assistance. After leading an official delegation to ascertain the degree of the disaster in the Gonja area, Mr Amidu described what… Continue reading »

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