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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Apr
10

A TYPICAL ECOWAS FUDGE OVER MALI

A TYPICAL ECOWAS FUDGE OVER MALI By CAMERON DUODU Related Stories 2nd ECOWAS Games To Be Hosted By Ghana In June Spain, ECOWAS Take Steps To Bolster Ties No Sugar-Daddy Business!�Declares Shirley, Miss ECOWAS �10 The ECOWAS “solution” to the Mali crisis, whereby President Amadou Toumani Toure has been made to resign and his place… Continue reading »

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Jan
11

THE GUN CULTURE IN THE US; SHOULD GHANA DISTANCE ITSELF FROM ECOWAS

Not too many Americans seem worried, either, that in 2009 – the latest year for which detailed statistics are available – there were 13,636 murders in the US, 9,146 of which were caused by firearms…..
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Now, I don’t at all want the Ivory Coast to be invaded! But I am sure that if Gbagbo became aware that a serious and credible military threat existed against him, the deterrent effect that would have on him would be considerable. Unless he is bent on suicide, he must take notice. He must remember what happened to Saddam Hussein.

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Nov
28

new meningitis vaccine is to be introduced in africa

A new conjugate vaccine against meningococcal A costing only $0.5 (£0.3; €0.4) a dose that has been developed for use in Africa is about to be introduced for the first time in a national vaccination programme in Burkina Faso, researchers announced.

The campaign to vaccinate all children and young adults from the ages of 1 to 29 years with the vaccine, MenAfriVac, will begin in Burkina Faso on 6 December 2010. Niger and Mali will follow with similar vaccination campaigns.

Countries in the so called meningitis belt in sub-Saharan Africa—from Senegal in the west to Somalia in the east—have had regular epidemics of meningococcal meningitis for the past century. Almost all of the major outbreaks are caused by group A Neisseria menigitidis.

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