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Stop the Electoral Hold Up!

By  Kah Walla* Fellow Cameroonians, If there was ever a doubt as to the intentions of the Biya Government to orchestrate an electoral hold up in 2011, it has been removed beyond any shadow of a doubt.  At a time when Africa has led the world in a new wave of democratic freedom that is making its mark across ...Full Article

Of Projects That Flow Only In Pipelines

By Bouddih Adams Each time Cameroonians ask for roads, electricity, water, educational and health facilities, Government officials or members of the governing party tell them that “the projects are ...Full Article

AES SONEL And CamWater Can Do Better

By Valentine Mbom (Senior Citizen) Bamenda By all accounts, the relationship between Bamenda City dwellers and AES SONEL and CamWater, the companies that supply electricity and water to this ...Full Article

Ivory Coast: We can now stand up!

By CANUTE TANGWA Because they stole our creamy-white dignity? Because they stole our yellow cocoa pods? Because they stole our red coffee beans?   Because they smelt black gold ...Full Article

The United Kingdom & Scotland

By Fr. Joseph Tangka In the United Kingdom, the Scotsman does not dream of getting up any morning to discover that the x-shaped cross of St. Andrew has disappeared ...Full Article

Remembering, Celebrating Key Dates In Cameroon

By Paulinus Jua Dates are of paramount importance in the life of an individual, a community, a country and a nation. Dates make countries, identify nations and nation-states. •    ...Full Article

Meeting Cameroon

By Kwasi Gyan-Apenteng Cameroon is almost a perfect caricature of Africa as imagined by Western novelists: ruled by a Big Man who has been in power for ever and ...Full Article

Do You See The Lions Qualifying For AFCON 2012?

Compiled by Chris Mbunwe, Francis Tim Mbom, Elvis Tah & Franca Sulem (UYI Student On Internship) The Lions will qualify; they still have some chances. They are going to ...Full Article

The Ambivalent Page To A Fairy Tale

By Fr. Joseph Tangka Last year Cameroon celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of her independence and looks up to commemorate the reunification in this. Celebrations are centred on our pet ...Full Article

An Open Letter To The Bafut People: Fusi W. Naamukong Is Stirring A Revolution Against Bafut People

By Prince Godlove Achirimbi Alternate Member of Parliament for the Mezam IV constituency, who is also the National Chairman of the Bafut Development Manjong since December 2009 is stifling ...Full Article
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