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No Laughing Matter: Fight Against Strike, Dead Towns; Has The Ghost Floored Gov’t?

By Bouddih Adams In the fight between Government and the Ghost, which is raging in the Anglophone Regions, the latter seems to have overpowered the former and is now reigning supreme. Despite the campaign on the State broadcaster that schools would resume on Monday, February 6, following a communiqué signed by some of the teachers’ trade union leaders calling ...Full Article

Obama On The Stump For Clinton

By Francis Wache Barack Obama is a spell-binding orator. His eloquence is electrifying. Invariably, he stirs and rouses his audiences with his speeches. Unfortunately, the Obama sparkle is in ...Full Article

Inclusive Education, Inclusive Society For All

By Bouddih Adams The Sustainable Development Goals, SDGs, which grew from the Millennium Development Goals, MDGs, cannot be attained if people living with disabilities, PLWDs, are not included in ...Full Article

The Collector’s Dairy

I was going to complete this story I started telling you about love in a banana plantation farm, when these other happenstances occurred. There is this man who is ...Full Article

Letter From Yaounde To Buea

Dear Mballa, I didn’t want to bother you with many issues since we are all under the assault of “rentree scolaire’’. Many people who didn’t prepare have become “philosophers’’. ...Full Article

Issues At Stake: I Will Kill Simon Nkwenti

By Yerima Kini Nsom At one time in the late 90s, gloom fell on the journalism profession in Cameroon. Death did a bountiful harvest of some of the finest ...Full Article

Issues At Stake:

Long Live, The Sacrosanct Thieving Fraternity! By Yerima Kini Nsom The adoption of Article 127 of the new Penal Code may only be sardonic and preposterous to non Cameroonians. ...Full Article

Issues At Stake: Philemon Yang Is “Criminally Un-Cameroonian”

By Yerima Kini Nsom In a Country where the high and the obscenely mighty miss no opportunity to fidget with public funds, the Prime Minister, Philemon Yang’s knack for ...Full Article


After my tour of the cities of Eritrea having a swell time, I decided to return home. My younger sister, Bibish, was getting worried. She called several times and ...Full Article


My plane touched down on Asmara International Airport at 4.00am EAT (East African Time). Travellers coming into the Eritrean capital for the first time had to wait at the ...Full Article
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