Mar
03

WHY CRICKET IS SUCH A WONDERFUL GAME (2)

WHAT A WONDERFUL GAME CRICKET IS (2) By CAMERON DUODU     T he Ghanaian Times 03.03.2015 The reason why I am returning to the subject of cricket today is that the matches that have been played, so far, in the ICC World Cup tournament of 2015 taking place in Australia and New Zealand, have… Continue reading »

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Jun
02

BOKO HARAM: UNRAVELLING AN ENIGMA by CAMERON DUODU

BOKO HARAM: UNRAVELLING AN ENIGMA WRAPPED INSIDE A PUZZLE By CAMERON DUODU   Disintegration is the most important possibility that should be considered, when Nigeria’s future comes up for a prognosis. And yet,  the rest of Africa cannot countenance that, as it  would be an extremely grave development for the continent. A disintegrated Nigeria would… Continue reading »

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May
19

NIGERIA’S INCOMPETENCE IS PUTTING THE FUTURE OF AFRICA AT RISK

Daily Guide 17.05.2014 Home / Columnist / Nigeria’s Incompetence Is Putting The Future Of Africa At Risk Nigeria’s Incompetence Is Putting The Future Of Africa At Risk May 17, 2014 It Is a well-known precept in geopolitics that a country does not have “permanent friends”, but  “permanent interests.” Nigeria may be neither a permanent friend… Continue reading »

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Dec
01

APARTHEID’S REVENGE

  APARTHEID’S REVENGE by CAMERON DUODU (First published in May 2008) There are certain times when the English language refuses to accommodate one’s feelings. How, for instance, does one say ‘Mese afem’in English? ‘My teeth have gnashed together against each other?’ . No! For although that does give an idea of discomfort, the bitterness one… Continue reading »

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Jan
11

THE CONGO AND I by CAMERON DUODU

The Mail and Guardian, Johannesburg Of Congo’s music and blood-stained history Oct 02 1998 Cameron Duodu: LETTER FROM THE NORTH The Democratic Republic of Congo has always aroused two contradictory emotions in me as an African: the ecstasy created in my soul by some of the best guitar music on the continent, and the fear… Continue reading »

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