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Elegy of the Ostracized: We Were Soldiers, Child Soldiers for Cameroon
Posted on  : February 23, 2020, 12:00 am
Yes, we were children, child soldiers for Cameroon. Preteens, but acutely aware that the welfare of dear fatherland must be won “in toil and love and peace”. Child soldiers initiated and emboldened by the fervor of our national myths of greatness. “Small no be sick,” the older boys at the playground had taught us.
Author :  Awung Mbecha   |  
Category : Editorial
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FETE DE LA JEUNESSE AU CAMEROUN
Posted on  : February 10, 2020, 6:17 pm
Regard historique
Author :  ERNEST MOUMBE   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: fête de la jeunesse, prc, minjec
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Chronique enchanté : bienvenue février
Posted on  : February 3, 2020, 12:07 pm
Mois de février, comprendre sa portée astrale et le choix de son 9e jour pour La tenue double scrutin au Cameroun.
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: elecam, février
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message de S.E Paul Biya le 31 décembre 2019
Posted on  : January 5, 2020, 12:29 pm
Relisons le message du Chef de l’Etat camerounais, S.E Paul Biya, adressé à la Nation le 31 décembre 2019.
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: paul biya, CAMEROUN, FRANCOPHONIE
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Le vieux Biya et son œil de faucon face aux forces impérialistes
Posted on  : December 1, 2019, 6:48 am
Le vieux Biya et son œil de faucon face aux forces impérialistes
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
Category : Editorial
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Dialogue national au Cameroun
Posted on  : September 25, 2019, 8:09 pm
Pile ou face ?
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: PRESIDENCE DE LA REPUBLIQUE
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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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Tagged Keywords: war, impasse, school, cameroon, ambazonia, education
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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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Tagged Keywords: Lebialem’s Deserted Hometown
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Obala au Scanner
Posted on  : April 30, 2019, 4:08 am
Controverse d’insécurité en Milieu Jeune : « Qui, Pour Recadrer la Mentalité Tribale des Jeunes Camerounais ? »
Author :  Bertin BIDJA   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: Obala Cameroun
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The Double Face of the Mbenguist Economy
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 5:08 pm
“Mbeng” as the word goes means, literally translated, white people’s country. “Mbenguist” which is synonymous or popularly known in the English-speaking areas as “bush fallers,” is a situation where a person leaves his or her country in search of greener pastures abroad.
Author :  By Sandra   |  
Category : Editorial
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Tagged Keywords: Faces of the Mbenguist Economy
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Cameroon: National Institute of Statistic Reveals Disturbing Statistics on Women who Suffer Domestic Violence
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Cameroon: Members of the National Assembly Contribute CFAF 100 million into Solidarity Fund.
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Cameroon: Over 980 Cases of Cholera Reported in Four Regions
The statistics released by Department of Disease Control and....
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Cameroon Marks end of UN Declared Global Decade for Road Safety with 53% Achievement in its Objectives
In the evening of yesterday, July 8th, 2020, to mark the end....
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