Yes, our river was once so mighty that its very name defined it – Supong [Big River.] The galamsey people have destroyed it. Parts of it have dried up; parts have become mud cakes full of algae. And yet this was a river that you were advised not to dare to swim in, when it had rained!
HATS OFF TO MARTIN AMIDU By CAMERON DUODU —-0—- First, unfinished business: I was in the process of relating the adventure of a son of mine in connection with a horse called Lucifer at a gymkhana, when an unexpected occurrence rudely intervened and prevented me from publishing a column last week. I don’t like short-changing… Continue reading »
OH WHAT A BLEAK CHRISTMAS FOR GHANA IN 2012!! By CAMERON DUODU I never properly understood it when people used to say, rather glibly, I thought, that “a chain is as strong as its weakest link”. But I now understand the saying perfectly well. If you live in a country in which C51 million (over… Continue reading »