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Balondo are Balondo not Oroko

Our History The Balondo-bakonja (original and pure Balondo people) civilization was born naturally along the banks of the Nyanga River or the Luapula River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The exact region is not yet


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THE OROKO “BALONDO SCAM” FULLY UNMSAKED

By Dr. AJA ORO MOURI-MONENE (BALONDO CULTURAL HERITAGE-INTERNATIONAL)  INTRODUCTION  This notorious Oroko organization though ill-conceived was nevertheless implemented in 1973 in the back streets of Kumba town in the Southwest region of Cameroon.  The ostensible excuse


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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE MOST REVEREND GEORGE NKUO, BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE OF KUMBO AND HIS COLLEGE OF CONSULTORS REGARDING THE EARNEST CONSIDERATION ON THE OFFICIAL LAUNCHING OF THE BEATIFICATION PROCESS OF THE LATE PROFESSOR DOCTOR BERNARD NSOKIKA FONLON OF BEATAE MEMORIAE (BLESSED MEMORY/ HONORIFIC EPITHET) (Part I)

BY NCHUMBONGA GEORGE LEKELEFAC* Friday, August 7, 2020 Most Reverend Bishop George Nkuo, Bishop of Kumbo Diocese, Republic of Cameroon Most Respectable and Highly distinguished Members of his College of Consultors KEY STATEMENT: THIS IS A


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A Proposal for Peace in Cameroon

By Ambassador Herman J. Cohen July 3, 2020 I mediated an end to the Eritrean War of Independence in 1991, as U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs. That conflict bears some striking similarities to


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Negotiating from Prison: Not Another Foumban, not Another Nera

Deacon TASSANG Wilfred Prison Principale Kondengui Yaoundé, 04/07/2020 It might seem I write a little too much, but I’d rather write even more than to wait and answer questions from my people as to why I


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Buea Diocese: Sacred Heart Ex-Students, SHESA Yaoundé stand with Bishop Bibi

In the name of the law and ethics of the Catholic Church; a SHESA Yaoundé Op-Ed In any issue of debate or discussion, opinions may vary but FACTS are sacred, salient and absolutely sacrosanct. It is


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Safety of Journalists under threat*

By SAM BOKUBA Journalists are the mirror of society. That’s a cliche. They often go into combat zones armed with nothing more sharp than a pen, blank as a notebook and blunt as a microphone and


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Can COVID-19 cure COFID-16 in Cameroon?

By Mwalimu George Ngwane* Pandemics have had great influence minimising conflict curves and engendering peace settlements. Can COVID-19 pandemic provide scope and space for the management of what I term the Conflict Over Federalism, Independence or


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Cameroon at Six And Seven

By Barrister ATOH WALTER* It is outrageous, yet, arguably, the Republic of Cameroun is seemingly governed from within a sub-sect, a sub-sect that is managed by a very few, and absolutely fragmented from the sect. Unarguably,


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Is it time for reckoning?

By Barrister Nico Halle I am abundantly blessed to be living and enjoying God’s love, though sadly overwhelmed by the huge pockets of conflicts in the world causing deepened suffering. When the Almighty God created the


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