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Startling Revelations on the PMs Peace Mission to Bamenda

Startling Revelations on the PMs Peace Mission to Bamenda

For the first time since the start of the conflict in the two English speaking regions of Cameroon, government has come out openly to confirm that it had been and continue to have talks, directly and indirectly, with all the separatist leaders at home and abroad. The revelation was made on the sidelines of the […]

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 […]

Of 2 Cubes of Sugar, 2000 Deaths, Special Status, and 2020 Elections

Of 2 Cubes of Sugar, 2000 Deaths, Special Status, and 2020 Elections

The Colbert Factor This reflection is inspired by the fact that it had to take Biya’s outing during the Parish Peace Forum to the effect that but for the strong linguistic and cultural specificities of the Anglophones, the majority francophones would have long swallowed them up, for many to come to understanding Hon. Wirba’s disclosure […]

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 […]

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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