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HOW TRUE ARE WE?

HOW TRUE ARE WE?

While in school, our teachers used to invite guests to give us talks. I do remember that, in one of the talks, we were told that, when someone reports having come upon a corpse, that person is the first suspect in a case of homicide – or was he said to be the prime suspect? […]

How COVID19 Could Have Been Avoided if Authorities Listened to Whistleblowers

How COVID19 Could Have Been Avoided if Authorities Listened to Whistleblowers

The Colbert Factor This reflection is inspired by the fact that although it has taken less than four weeks for the whole world to be almost completely locked down thanks to the rapidly spreading killer coronavirus, it could have been easily avoided and isolated to the Wuhan province if Chinese authorities listened to the whistleblower […]

THE GOUACHE DRAMA CALLS FOR PROFOUND AND URGENT CHANGES!

THE GOUACHE DRAMA CALLS FOR PROFOUND AND URGENT CHANGES!

The deaths that occurred following the landslide in the Bafoussam III district, Gouache 4, Block 6, are undoubtedly a tragic event that continues to shake the entire national community. First of all, the CPP extends its sincere condolences to the families of the victims of this disaster. He joins all the voices calling for care […]

DEATH FAR MORE PRESENT AND REAL

DEATH FAR MORE PRESENT AND REAL

About a week ago, in an interview that has never been aired, I did tell some local media seeking to know my opinion about Mr. Prime Minister’s visit to Bamenda and Buea, that the visit was more of a harbinger of death. I was insistent that the visit was nothing outside of HOME-COMING and a […]

What to a Marginalized, Suffering, and Homeless Anglophone is the meaning of May 20

What to a Marginalized, Suffering, and Homeless Anglophone is the meaning of May 20

The Colbert Factor This reflection is inspired by the fact that Cameroonians are this week celebrating national unity day. While others are calling simply for deep reflection following the escalation of violent extremism in the English speaking parts of Cameroon that threaten the very foundations of national unity, others seem so insensitive to the point […]

WE ARE NOT DIFFERENT

WE ARE NOT DIFFERENT

Mrs. Ayah returned from CONGELCAM, Buea, yesterday, after two hours of unsuccessful effort to buy fish. The husband visited the scene in the late evening to appraise the situation. WHAT A CHAOTIC SCENE! Some elderly women had been there all day without as much as entering the building. There was no queue. Entry was by […]

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