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The Post Comment: SCNC Struggle: After The Banjul Verdict, What Way Forward?

By Francis Wache Whatever way you look at it, the Banjul verdict is a milestone achievement in the struggle by the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, to right the plight of Anglophones in Cameroon. Those who scoffed at the idea that, by taking their case to African Commission on Human Rights in Banjul, the claimants were nothing but starry-eyed ...Full Article

What Do You Think About Biya’s Frequent Visits Abroad?

Compiled by Francis Tim Mbom, Olive Ejang Ngoh, Lydie Yuri, (Laurantine Ifumgah, Rita Fru, Adele Ngwana Atu & Elizabeth Enanga Mokake* Journalism Students On Internship) His Visits Are For ...Full Article

Guinea-Conakry: From Glory To Decadence

By Canute Tangwa On October 2, 1958, Ahmed Sekou Toure said NON to General De Gaulle and wrested independence from France. "We prefer freedom in poverty than wealth in ...Full Article

An Open letter To The British High Commissioner

By Churchill Samba Your Excellency, I am delighted to welcome you to the Cameroons and pray you will savour the peace Cameroon is reputed for. I write to share ...Full Article

Are Today’s Teachers Living Up To Their Calling?

Compiled by Francis Tim Mbom, Olive Ejang Ngoh, Lydie Yuri, George Arrey Agbor*, Victorine Ongbehok* & Rita Fru* (Journalism Students on Internship) Many Just Want To Make A Living ...Full Article

The Power Of Symbolism In Politics

By Tazoacha Asonganyi, Yaounde Transmission of political values and views through symbols is an important aspect of political communication. Symbols evoke in the target population, connotative emotions and perceptions, ...Full Article

Time For Biya To Go Is Now!

By Fuatabong Achaleke Taku Federic Fenkam quotes Jean Forchive in his book, "Revelations of Jean Forchive" the head of Ahidjo and Biya’s political police," as saying that as "someone ...Full Article

What Do You Think About Public Competitive Entrance Examinations?

Compiled by Olive Ejang Tebug, Lydie Yuri, Elizabeth Enanga Mokake, Alimatou Moussa & Laurantine W. Ifumgah (Journalism students on Internship) Full of Corruption Initially, the idea of public competitive ...Full Article

Cartoon on 64th UN meeting

Cartoon on 64th UN meetingFull Article

Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Krumah’s 100th Anniversary

By Chief Fuatabong Achaleke On April 1, 2007, I arrived in Kotoka International Airport and was taken directly to Burma Camp to meet my good friend Colonel Mahama Idrissu, ...Full Article
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