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How the Biya Regime Missed An opportunity Offered by Kamto

How the Biya Regime Missed An opportunity Offered by Kamto

The Colbert Factor How the Biya regime missed an opportunity offered by the Kamto-planned protests to score political points This reflection is inspired by the fact that an otherwise isolated call for street protests beginning September 22, 2020, by an opposition political party government itself claimed it could not garner more than 14% vote counts […]

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? […]

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Covid-19 And PEA Teachers; A Bad Mix

Dear colleagues, comrades, We acknowledge that while Covid 19 poses a great threat, it’s consequences are heavy. It has meant loosing jobs and income for many, for others like Teachers whom we are, it means dangerous teaching and working conditions. Let us already begin to reason out ways to make sure that our world of […]

Gov’t Takes Blames For Ngarbuh Massacre; What Next?

Gov’t Takes Blames For Ngarbuh Massacre; What Next?

The government of Cameroon has owned up to the fact that the military actually carried out the killing of innocent civilians including children and pregnant women in Ngarbuh on February 14.  In a contemptible manner it said three soldiers and members of a vigilante group were behind the killings. The account sounds convincing if one […]

Covid-19, Why Separatist Fighters Should Drop Their Guns

Covid-19, Why Separatist Fighters Should Drop Their Guns

The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has kept the world on a standstill for over a month now. The pandemic has brought world powers to their knees. Tens of thousands have perished with some of the most developed nations like USA, Italy, Spain, France and Britain bearing the brunt. Coronavirus has become the talking point […]

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 […]

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