Aug
04

THE UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES OF FRUSTRATION IN OUR DAILY LIVES

  THE UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES OF THE FRUSTRATIONS OF DAILY LIFE By CAMERON DUODU If you want to study what is going on in real life in a country, one of the best ways of doing it is to study the crimes committed in that society. For instance, we have all got stories to tell about… Continue reading »

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Mar
15

ABBA! OH SWEET ABBA!

Home / Columnist / How ABBA Made My Day How ABBA Made My Day Daily Guide March 15, 2014 K1: Koo, do you like pop music? K2: Not particularly. I remember the first time I heard the Beatles sing. I was so amazed that people were making so much fuss about a group of boys… 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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Aug
25

AFRICA WILL ONLY BECOME STRONGER IF IT INTEGRATES –MUSEVENI

Africa must avoid the kinds of conflict seen in the Middle
East, Museveni argued. What do you care if someone else eats
pork, or is from a different tribe — what you should care
about is whether he will buy what you are selling. But
instead of talking about trade and access to markets,
Museveni lamented, Africans are talking about pork.
Emphasizing his point, Museveni said he had become the first
Christian in his family in 1947. However, he flatly stated
that at the Durban conference on racism, he had declared that
he was considering returning to his local tribe’s religion,
because, “back at my home, we never cared what anyone else ate.”

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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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