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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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Fon Forchesiri III is new traditional ruler of Bamendankwe

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI Fon Forchesiri III is the new traditional ruler of Bamendankwe, a village in Bamenda I Subdivision, Mezam Division of Cameroon’s North West region. The 26th Fon of Bamendankwe was presented to the


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Prof Mbarika speaks out on innovative ICT University

  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become the cornerstone for development in every spheres of life.  One of Africa’s voice and foremost experts on Information and Communications Technology, Cameroon-born American Professor, Victor Mbarika, in 2010,


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Climate Change: A major global threat

The climate change, that is, the change of the global climate and in particular the changes in meteorological conditions that extend on a large time scale, is a major global existential threat. The greenhouse effect causes


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Substandard and counterfeit medicines  must be eradicated – Ula Abunaw

U la Abunaw, Pharmacist / Public Health Consultant and owner of the reputable RAPHA Pharmacy located opposite Limbe’s Botanic garden with slogan ‘…much more than medicines’ has said counterfeit and substandard medicines are a big problem


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Three dialogue conferences before Geneva? Dion’s just one?

There will be three contentious sub-conferences before a veritable national dialogue conference (Foumban II) if there can be any hope for a satisfactory dialogue forum to seek lasting solutions to the plaguing Anglophone problem. It looks


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Sex can wait! CEYOFE cautions  female children in Buea

By IKOME CHRISTIE-NOELLA EPOSI A three-day campaign tagged ‘sex can wait’, organised by the Centre for Youth and Family Empowerment (CEYOFE), to sensitize young girls on the effects of engaging into sex at an early stage,


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NW: Sexual and gender – based  violence increases as crisis deepens

By Sah Terence Animbom The deteriorating crisis in the English speaking regions of Cameroon since 2016 has exposed the most vulnerable people of society to so many dangers. More than 500,000 people have been forced to


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Delly Singah : An inspiration for today’s girl child

By Momasoh Marceline lum Delly Singah Philips, a celebrated humanist remains one of the most underrated celebrities in the Cameroonian community – she is the definition of a Process Innovator – an energizer to the Cameroonian


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Comfort Zone

By Comfort Mussa YAOUNDÉ, – Ten years ago when I set out on a career in media, my dream was to work for a TV station. The first prospective employer I came across invited me to


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