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Back to School Debate: “Lawyers went back to work, why are we holding on to schools?”
Posted on  : August 18, 2019, 2:16 pm
Ambazonian activists have argued that the quality of education in the English-speaking system is designed to produce truncated adults, still shackled by the half-baked curriculum that formed their minds. They see the educational curriculum as colonized and can produce nothing but colonized minds. But can we ask for a generation to go illiterate so that the generation after them would get what was denied to us? Why Sacrifice the Future of a Generation on the Altar of an Ideal? READ ON!
Author :  Awung Mbecha   |  
Category : Editorial
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War and Environment: Lebialem’s Deserted Hometowns, Receding Frontiers of Civilization
Posted on  : August 1, 2019, 3:09 pm
“The houses are now level playing grounds for rats or snakes.” - Anonymous While the drive for schools to reopen in September in the English-speaking parts of Cameroon is picking up steam and controversy, no one seems to bother about the preparatory works that are supposed to be put in place to ensure that students and teachers can have the right physical environment for the acquisition of knowledge.
Author :  By Awung Mbecha Editorial   |  
Category : Editorial
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Environmental Heritage: Kwanmkwala and Esuba (fufu and soup) From the Bakossi Highlands
Posted on  : August 1, 2019, 12:00 am
The Bakossi land which covers most of the Kupe Muanenguba Division (Tombel and Bangem subdivisions) is fertile, rich and shrouded in no small mystery. The land has great mountains, river, lakes and dense forests, which provide the people with a vast variety of animal and plant products for their food needs. There are many traditional meals, but the main one is kwanmkwala and esuba (fufu and soup).
Author :  By Nkeze Mirabel Tache   |  
Category : Environment
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Sport/Découverte
Posted on  : July 24, 2019, 12:00 am
Stéphane Pierre Jo KAMENDJE Jeune tennisman camerounais champion de sa catégorie en terre canadienne
Author :  Bertin BIDJA   |  
Category : Sports
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Affaire M. Jacques Yoki Onana et M. Ngum Gérard: Le journaliste Pharel Marcelin Ateba situe les faits de sa dénonciation
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:46 pm
Le 9 juillet 2019, le journaliste Pharel Marcelin Ateba, en service à la radio Galaxy FM 93.5 et présentateur d’un programme de débat, qui a lieu de lundi à vendredi entre 10h-12h, publie la toute première alerte sur son compte facebook au sujet de M.Yoki Onana et la mairie de Yaoundé 6e. En grand titre : « gestion calamiteuse de la mairie de Yaoundé 6e. L’heure la vérité a sonné. » Plus bas, on lit : « Yoki Onana à la barre : abus de fonction, escroquerie, filouterie, corruption, etc ».
Author :  Bertin BIDJA   |  
Category : News
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“Shisha Destroys More Than Tabaco” -Health Experts
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:42 pm
After several research findings by medical experts, it has been proven that shisha, a water pipe commonly smoked by youths, causes more serious health damages than the popular cigarettes.
Author :  N. GELMIN.S   |  
Category : News
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Another Phase Of Slavery In Cameroon
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:33 pm
“Although we have, in theory, abolished human slavery, recognized women’s right, and stopped child labor, we continue to enslave other species who, if we pay attention, show quite clearly that they experience parental love, pain, and desire for freedom, just as we do.” Ingrid Newkirk
Author :  BOMKI MODESTE KILA   |  
Category : Feature
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Back to School Efforts Pick up steam despite Continued Uncertainties
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:28 pm
Every segment of society is joining the increasingly lengthening School Reopening Caravan as count down ticks on. Against this trend, “Conservative Extreme Restorationists” have come out to condemn the increasing popularity of “School Reopening Efforts” branding them as “Government Sponsored”.
Author :  By Francis Ekongang Nzante   |  
Category : News
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74 smuggled vehicles seized in Yaounde
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:23 pm
Customs officials have confiscated 74 contraband vehicles in Yaounde.
Author :  By Kah Sandy   |  
Category : News
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SDF request open debate in plenary to solve Anglophone crisis
Posted on  : July 23, 2019, 2:13 pm
The Social Democratic Front SDF, has called for an open debate in plenary in order to identify the root causes of the Anglophone Crisis in view of seeking a lasting solution.
Author :  By Sandra Fomuso   |  
Category : News
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Back to School Debate: “Lawyers went back to work, why are we holding on to schools?”
Ambazonian activists have argued that the quality of educati....
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War and Environment: Lebialem’s Deserted Hometowns, Receding Frontiers of Civilization
“The houses are now level playing grounds for rats or snak....
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Environmental Heritage: Kwanmkwala and Esuba (fufu and soup) From the Bakossi Highlands
The Bakossi land which covers most of the Kupe Muanenguba Di....
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Sport/Découverte
Stéphane Pierre Jo KAMENDJE Jeune tennisman camerounais ch....
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Affaire M. Jacques Yoki Onana et M. Ngum Gérard: Le journaliste Pharel Marcelin Ateba situe les faits de sa dénonciation
Le 9 juillet 2019, le journaliste Pharel Marcelin Ateba, en ....
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