Aug
24

WHY IS THE NPP SHOOTING ITSELF IN THE FOOT?

Home / Columnist / Why Is The NPP Shooting Itself In The Foot? Why Is The NPP Shooting Itself In The Foot? Daily Guide August 23, 2014 Few governments pay attention to what the opposition says. For instance, what has the Ghana opposition – both in Parliament and outside – not said about GYEEDA’s stolen… Continue reading »

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Dec
26

WHAT DOES SOUTH SUDAN’S FAILURES SAY ABOUT AFRICA’S POLITICAL ARRANGEMENTS, GENERALLY?

  Merry Christmas!   WHAT DOES  SOUTH SUDAN’S FAILURE SAY ABOUT AFRICA;S POLITICAL ARRANGEMENTS, GENERALLY? By CAMERON DUODU As soon as the leader of the Sudan People’s  Revolutionary Army, (SPLA) John Garang, was killed on 30 July 2005,  in a mysterious helicopter crash, while he was returning to his base in Juba, from a trip… 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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Dec
17

ELECTION TALK GHANA 2012 (PART 3)

ELECTION TALK GHANA 2012 (PART 3) By CAMERON DUODU Waking up in the morning in the suburbs of Accra is an exhilarating experience. If one is not grateful to be alive, the birds quickly remind one that it is a unique gift to have been conceived and born into this world that was crafted on… Continue reading »

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Dec
14

IMAGINE THE GHANA 2012 ELECTION WERE AN EXAM…

IMAGINE THE ELECTION WERE AN EXAM  By CAMERON DUODU People should not be surprised that the NPP is disputing the results of the 7 December 2012 elections in Ghana. Anything that pits one group of people against another in a competitive setting  is automatically a dispute waiting to happen.  If you doubt that, talk to… Continue reading »

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