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Nigeria: “Between ‘Dividers-in-chief’ and Dividers-in-law” -Soyinka Compares Obasanjo, Buhari Regimes
Posted on  : September 15, 2020, 3:08 pm
Nigerian playwright, Prof Wole Soyinka has observed that the country is more divided under the current regime of Muhammadu Buhari than it was in the reign of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
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Tagged Keywords: regimes, obasanjo, buhari, compares, wole soyinka
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Cameroon: Jean-Claude Awomno, Cameroonian publisher Wins Fernando D'almeida International Poetry Prize 2020
Posted on  : September 11, 2020, 12:00 am
Cameroonian Jean-Claude Awono, the owner of Ifriqiya editions and a teacher of letters has been named the best African poet. It was on September 9th, 2020 that the jury of the 36th International Poetry Festival awarded Mr. Awono the "Fernando D'almeida International Poetry Prize 2020.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
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Cameroon: Two Cameroonians Among Winners of UNHCR Art Contest
Posted on  : August 31, 2020, 10:50 am
Two Cameroonians; 24 years old Mukah Ispahani and Toh Bright aged 25 are among winners of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees Art Contest (UNHCR).
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
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Tagged Keywords: winners, cameroonians, unhcr art contest
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Romance of the Pudding - An erotic thriller
Posted on  : July 14, 2020, 12:00 am
KISSING. Feverish hands tore buttons apart, hasty fingers snaked across the supple contours of middle-aged bodies. Aroused erogenous buds unfurl dormant petals. No talking. Just breath-taking passion Nkondem’s fingers descended into the depression of her navel, lingered there for a while and then plunged downwards. Ajocha clasped her knees together. She suddenly burst into a succession of shrill cries.
Author :  Awung Mbecha   |  
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Tagged Keywords: love, tryst, romance, retro, illicit, passion
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“Bearing Witnesses” a Poetry Antology Depicting the Anglophone Crisis, Released
Posted on  : June 3, 2020, 12:00 am
A collection of poems painting the situation of the Crisis in the two English-speaking parts of Cameroon have been launched. The poetry anthology compiled and edited by some US-based Cameroonians, Dibussi Tande and Joyce Ashuntantang was put up for sale on Tuesday June 2nd, 2020.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
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Tagged Keywords: collection, poems, anglophone crisis
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Révélation
Posted on  : September 30, 2019, 12:00 am
Louis Christian Mintsa, Écrivain et aspirant politique « Le changement commence maintenant par l’anti quantique, stade primaire en mentalités… Suivez ma révolution»
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
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Tagged Keywords: LOUIS CHRISTIAN MINTSA
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ONE FAMILY ONE BEEHIVE
Posted on  : April 30, 2019, 4:49 am
Honey is called the “nectar of the gods” by the ancient Greeks. Honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal prismatic wax cell built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen. Honey bees produce honeycomb in their hives.
Author :  BOMKI MODESTE KILA   |  
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Tagged Keywords: ONE BEEHIVE
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THE FARMING CIRCLE IN THE NORTHWEST REGION OF CAMEROON
Posted on  : April 30, 2019, 4:28 am
In the Northwest Region of Cameroon, farming is done in yearly circles with barely any rest. It is often difficult for strangers to understand how people would go to the farm on a daily basis but the reality is that the natives enjoy doing the work in a way that there is always serious work to do from; clearing to raking, tilling, planting, weeding, harvesting and back to clearing, then before you know it the year is gone and another begins as the process continuous.
Author :  N. GELMIN.S   |  
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And, Finally, the Sun Rose on Him
Posted on  : February 13, 2018, 11:56 am
It was a bright June morning. Three policemen, an inspector and two constables. Loaded pistols tugged at their hips. Hand cuffs dangling from their thick belts. On their way to Ndemafia’s house. It is eight-thirty in the morning. They look stern: ready to smack the hell out of Ndemafia should he try to take them upstream. Politicians, especially teachers-turned politicians, like arguing even when they are in the wrong. “Good morning officers, come in please.”
Author :  by Awung Mbecha   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Finally, And
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Littérature : L’éloquent parcours académique et administratif de Jean Marie Dongo
Posted on  : December 28, 2017, 1:16 pm
Les journalistes Zéphirin Koloko et Kami Jefferson viennent de coucher dans un livre, la vie de l’ancien directeur de l’école nationale supérieure des postes et télécommunications de Yaoundé.
Author :  Arnaud Kévin Ngano   |  
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