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Vox pop: When Will The Southwest And Northwest Regions Be Linked By Road?

Compiled by Francis Tim Mbom, Olive Ejang Tebug, Edith Wirdze & Lydie Yuri I don’t believe that we can have a tarred road linking the Southwest and Northwest Regions soon. One of the reasons why these regions are not yet linked is because of discrimination. In Cameroon, Anglophones are considered as an insignificant minority. These regions were supposed to ...Full Article

Poem: Copenhagen Blues

By Adams Bouddih Brown and curved at the edges Easily blown away by breezes Petals and leaves leave branches Rendering naked their mother trees Sweltering sun draining moisture Grass ...Full Article

Book Review: Title: The Cameroonian Novel Of English Expression

Title:  The Cameroonian Novel Of EnglishExpression; An Introduction Author:  Shadrach A. Ambanasom Publisher: Agwecams Printers, Bamenda 2007 Pages: 296 Reviewer: Azore Opio When Anglophone Cameroonians got tired of laughing ...Full Article

Anti-Homosexuality Bill In Uganda

By Fiona McAlpine A group of American Evangelicals took a conference tour in Uganda, teaching local Christians how to ‘cure’ homosexuality. The far-right group encouraged the oppression of the ...Full Article

NOWEFU, Not A Private Property

By Lawrence Kihkishiy, Yaounde For the past two years, the press, particularly in Bamenda, has been hammering on the Northwest Fons’ Union and the peak of it was Sunday, ...Full Article

New Year Resolutions

By George Mofor Are you starting to contemplate your New Year resolutions? Or have you resolved never to make a New Year resolution again? If the latter, you’re not ...Full Article

BOOK REVIEW: Autobiography of Fon Angwafor III S.A.N of Mankon

Genre:  Autobiography of Fon Angwafor III S.A.N of Mankon Title: Royalty and Politics — The Story of My Life Publisher: Langaa Research and Publishing CIG, Mankon, Bamenda Reviewer: Sam-Nuvala ...Full Article

What Is Your Take On Cameroon’s 50th Independence Anniversary Celebrations

Compiled by Daniel Gwarbarah & Leocadia Bongben, Francis Tim Mbom, Olive Ejang Ngoh, Elvis Tah & Lydie Yuri I Don’t See Any Good Faith In It I see the ...Full Article

Poem: There Would Be Peace

By Okaka Opio Dokotum If the warriors could plan for the future The way they plan for raids If the warriors could invest in seeds The way they invest ...Full Article

Our Decade

By Akere T. Muna This year 2010, around 17 African Countries will be celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of their independence. As we move into the second decade of this ...Full Article
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