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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 […]

Bouteflika, Bashir—and Biya?

Bouteflika, Bashir—and Biya?

ORDER FROM CHAOS Bouteflika, Bashir—and Biya? A raft of crises now face Cameroon Soccer fans in Cameroon were undoubtedly dismayed in January when the Confederation of African Football stripped the country of its hosting the 2019 June-July African Cup finals. The body cited security issues and lack of preparation in transferring the honor to six-time […]

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 […]

ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

ONLY A MATTER OF TIME

It is now stale news that, according to the United States embassy in Yaounde, a baron of the Grand Nord has been assertive that a Bamileke shall not be allowed to succeed President Paul Biya, much less an Anglophone. That only came to underline Paul Ayah’s query over the years as to why, in Camerouoon, […]

WRETCHED MORONS

WRETCHED MORONS

My primary school teachers would want a pupil to confess because all evidence was against the pupil. If the pupil remained adamant, the teacher would ROAR: “Don’t play over my intelligence!” The Camerouoonianese dullards who are lording it over us these days are unable to remember those distant episodes. After all, how cleverer are they […]

Why France Should Support Referendum on Anglophone Question

Why France Should Support Referendum on Anglophone Question

  This reflection is inspired by the fact that when pro-independence activists in the French overseas territory of Caledonia started their revolt, France did not turn a deaf ear on them nor wasted useful time on cosmetic changes, but equickly went ahead to promise a referendum on the issue, which referendum took place early November. […]

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