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How much longer should kids tolerate the whip as a corrective measure?

How much longer should kids tolerate the whip as a corrective measure?

To be on the receiving end of a cane, is the common nightmare of nearly every kid who's strongly extroverted, consistent with poor grades, reports late to school, fails to turn in assignments as and when due, and likewise, other varieties of offenses that could warrant being inflicted with a good measure of bodily pain. […]

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE: THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE:  THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

  By Professor Jean-Emmanuel PONDI Never in the modern history of popular emancipation has not going to school been used as a winning strategy to attain the full emancipation of a people. Let us be clear from the onset. As I acknowledged in a reflection published as early as December 22nd, 2016 – for a […]

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/ABUSE: Shouldn’t women share a mini-portion of the blame?

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE/ABUSE: Shouldn’t women share a mini-portion of the blame?

It's both our prayers, that men who are domestic abusers, "burn in hell and rot away in agony!" Oh yeah, I totally do agree with the vengeful prayer request, but hit the brakes for a moment… I think there's probably another way to look at it. With the flourishing rate of domestic violence in almost […]

How African Parents Teach Girls To Be Gender Slaves!

How African Parents Teach Girls To Be Gender Slaves!

African parenting culture, doesn't exactly seem to be bosom friends with the feminine gender. A girl child in Africa, is widely considered a future property of her potential suitor, so the need to prepare her (at least marketable enough) for marriage, becomes inherent! Let's tarry a bit on gender responsibility, as required by the average […]

Biya Employs Divide and Rule as Solution to Anglophone Crisis

Biya Employs Divide and Rule as Solution to Anglophone Crisis

  The North West Region appears to be paying the “scapegoat price” as the current Anglophone stalemate in the country persists, losing some key positions in government following recent appointments by the Head of State. In a typical “divide and rule” solution to the crisis, the government of Paul Biya has resorted to appointing more […]

Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Compelling Reasons Why Biya Should Immediately Open Dialogue on the Form of the State Sometime ago, a news publication (Cameroon Tribune) quoted President Paul Biya as saying he would like to be remembered as the man who “brought democracy” to Cameroon. That sentence or call it a declaration was scorned by many and some were […]

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