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State Of Uncertainty

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria Last week, I wrote the draft of this week’s column which centred on President Paul Biya’s imminent visit to Bamenda, presuming that he would respect his November 29 schedule. There were, of course, a few i’s to dot and t’s to cross, but basically the column was ready for bed, to use insider ...Full Article

King of Kings’ Visit Leaves Abakwa Onion-eyed

By Azore Opio When Ndi got wind that the King of Kings, who lives in Europe eight months a year and visits once or twice, was coming to town, ...Full Article

Those Enemies Of B’da Peace (The Harder They Come)

By Peterkins Manyong "The harder they come; the harder they fall". Lovers of reggae music in the 80s (like your humble analyst) will never forget the lyrics of this ...Full Article

Feeding-Bottle Journalism

By Bouddih Adams Last week, during the Feast of the Ram, a television reporter asked the Northwest Governor, Abakar Ahamat, off camera, why he has not been in the ...Full Article

Too Sooty To Shine

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria For some months now, the government of Cameroon has persisted in a doomed international campaign to shine its image to foreign governments and ...Full Article

AES SONEL, CamWater: The Rip Off Continues!

By Azore Opio September, 2010, Monday 13: a cold drizzly day in Buea on the slopes of Mt. Fako. Pius Awa locks up his store at Clerks’ Quarters and ...Full Article

Cavaye Questions Biya’s Supremacy; Bravo!

By Peterkins Manyong Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, National Assembly Speaker, does not cut the figure of a rebel. His demeanour does not suggest that he could ever be one. But ...Full Article

How I Met The President

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria October 26 is the national day of the Austrian federation. Being present in Vienna on this year’s occasion, I thought it would be ...Full Article

Manyu Elites’ Delusion Of Vote Passion

By Azore Opio "Obliviousness to the growing disaffection of constituents, primacy in self-aggrandisement, the illusion of invulnerable status, are persistent aspects of folly." (Barbara Tuchman, The March of Folly). ...Full Article

Voter Registration: CPDM Emits Dangerous Signals

By Peterkins Manyong "Laws are made by man and  can be changed by man". Late Gilbert Andze Tsoungui, a former Minister of Territorial Administration, was more prophetic than he ...Full Article
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