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Male Child Preference And The Evil of Gender-Selective Abortions

Male Child Preference And The Evil of Gender-Selective Abortions

Top of the wish list of most 'expecting' first-time mums, as required or demanded by their husbands, extended family or society (whether verbally requested or emotionally concealed), is primarily centered on the divine prospects of birthing a male child. However, the eventual arrival of a female child, in some cases, don't turn out as glorifying […]

THE LIBERATING POWER OF BREXIT

THE LIBERATING POWER OF BREXIT

  The referendum of June 23, 2016 regarding Britain’s remain at or exit from the European Union, through its subversive BREXIT result – the first major, painful defeat for the under German control European Union of the banks and multinationals,- undoubtedly shook the dominant British and European political and economical system. The British, taken as […]

  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

             Dear Sir, I just read with disdain the press release you sent out as President of the CNC threatening to shut down Newspapers & TV stations in Cameroon. What a disgrace coming from a trained veteran journalist of your caliber. How come you put your pen on a document […]

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

This so-called Ministerial order banning the SCNC and the Consortium of Southern Cameroons Civil Society Organisations is a desperate kick of a dying horse. This desperate move is not new. Southern Cameroonians have lived with this since the annexation and colonisation of our territory in 1961. Southern Cameroonians have resisted colonial governance through dictatorial fiat […]

The Anglophone Problem

The Anglophone Problem

Opinion Paper BY HARRY FON ACHA WHAT IS THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM? The past few weeks will be recorded in the history of Cameroon as a period when some Cameroonians decided to stand up against what they perceive as the systematic marginalisation of a people who, by virtue of their common heritage (education, culture, way of life […]

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

  Change is part of life. To try to go against change is to try to go against the very essence of the meaning of life. So when I read of high government officials and party apparatchiks, moving to Bamenda and Buea, I listen in to hear what the proposals are. Nothing, but a language […]

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