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Book Review : Let My People Go 101, How To Be An Intercessor, Lord Teach Us To Pray

Author: Fr. George Nkeze Jingwa Reviewer: Azore Opio   CameroonPostline.com — It is agreeable to encounter a specialist who is human, who is illuminating but unpretentious.  You will derive much spiritual pleasure from Fr. George Nkeze Jingwa’s three introspective books: “Let My People Go 101”, How To Be An Intercessor” and “Lord Teach Us To Pray”. As much as ...Full Article

Ugly Journalism

CameroonPostline.com — In Ugly Journalism: Choves Loh Launches Frontal Attack On Cameroon’s Ailing Media. Ugly Journalism by senior journalist, Choves Loh, is not just a simple book. It is ...Full Article

Book Review: How United Is The Republic Of Cameroon?

Title: How United Is The Republic Of Cameroon? The unification of institutions of the Republic of Cameroon) Author: Dr. George Atem Publisher: ANUCAM, 2011, 265pp Reviewer: Tazoacha Asonganyi   ...Full Article

Book review: Gnetum Africanum in Poverty Alleviation and people

By Kebuma Tita Jude Emmanuel Book review: Gnetum Africanum in Poverty Alleviation and people’s Livelihood (Putting Eru on dining tables worldwide) LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (Saarbrucken, Germany).  89 pages. ...Full Article

WHEN A COUNTRY ABANDONS THE KEY FACTORS OF ITS DEVELOPMENT

Title: The Ladder Volume: 176 Pages Publisher: Shilloprint Author: BAYE ALEXANDER BONGFEN Reviewer: NSAIKIMO KILLIAN FAI       CameroonPostline.com — When a country abandons the key factors of its ...Full Article

New Text Examines Rwandan Genocide, Sierra Leone Law

CameroonPostline.com — Charles Taku’s new work exposes the flaws in criminal prosecution of war crimes BOWIE, Md. – Charles Taku’s new book “Contextual Foundations of International Criminal Jurisprudence: Selected ...Full Article

Mathew Takwi Fetes Silver With Breaking The Barracks

By Walter Wilson Nana CameroonPostline.com — Mathew Takwi, playwright and poet, has been writing for 25 years. He recently celebrated the silver jubilee of his writing career with the ...Full Article

There Was a Country: A Personal History of Biafra

CameroonPostline.com — Achebe: an exhortation to better governance. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe/The Guardian   No writer is better placed than Chinua Achebe to tell the story of the Nigerian Biafran ...Full Article

Book Review: My Faith: A Cameroon to be renewed

Author: Christian Cardinal Tumi Reviewer: Emma Ngang Osong Introduction CameroonPostline.com — President Biya’s often touted vision for Cameroon can be summarized thus: “to provide strong leadership and strong political ...Full Article

Poem : L

By Mathew Takwi CameroonPostline.com — Astute and steadfast to ideas of forward flight A metal pole to another welded in firm bind For masses’ mass, you roared even in ...Full Article
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