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Sep
26

CAMERON DUODU “UNDER THE NEEM TREE”

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Under the Neem Tree

Cameron Duodu

Under the Neem Tree

Born and educated in Ghana, Cameron Duodu started work on a general purpose magazine called New Nation in Ghana, then moved to the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, where he became editor of radio news. He returned to the magazine world as editor of the Ghana edition of the famous pan-African magazine, Drum.

He later edited the biggest-selling newspaper in Ghana, the Daily Graphic.

A Battle With The Stream Of Consciousness

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I didn’t court the stream of consciousness. It just surfaced from deep within my psyche, and only because I had read Ghana’s Daily Graphic on the internet.

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NATO must, without fail, and immediately, save the black Africans threatened with death in Libya.

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A great footballer died in poverty on 5 October 2011; but during his heyday 50 years ago, Edward Acquah was dynamite!

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I have been wondering about the new “discipline” everyone in Ghana is talking about. It is called “financial engineering”, and it is such a neat way of making money that I have decided to set up an institution to teach others the science behind it.

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Forty years after his brutal murder, Robert Mensah, the Ghanaian goalkeeper is still fondly missed and remembered for his mesmerising vitality and incredible bravery on the pitch.

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If you are not ill, don’t drink medicine prepared for someone who is ill, for even your mother might upbraid you for being too “huuhuu” (too forward) when you start to throw up. It happened to me.

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What did President Barack Obama tell President John Atta Mills of Ghana when the Ghanaian visited Washington DC in early March? Welcome to protocol-diplomacy!

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Thursday, 12 May 2011 00:00

An Addiction To Power

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The inevitable question on every sensible person’s mind is: “So, was it all necessary, Mr Gbagbo?”

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