Prime Minister Philemon Yang Wants Insurance Coverage Extended To Underprivileged

If insurance companies hearken to the request of Prime Minister Philemon Yang, insurance coverage will no longer be only for the well-to-do. On February 25, the Prime Minister urged heads of insurance companies in Africa and experts from related organisations to pay greater attention to vulnerable people. Yang made the request in Yaounde while chairing…

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13 Reasons Why A Valid History Of Cameroon Is Yet To Be Written

A country is worth its History. This is because, from the authentic history of any country, a conscious leadership is born and enabled to handle competently, not only the crucial issues of the hour, but also the planning (with a vision), of the important ventures of the future. It is because of the type of…

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Cameroon lobbyists want Biya evicted from Geneva hotel

A group of Cameroonian dissidents living abroad have called on their compatriots to demand of a Swiss hotel where long serving leader Paul Biya is staying to evict the president and his delegation. President Biya has traditionally taken his vacations in Switzerland where his entourage occupies books a lavish hotel at considerable cost. The lobby calling itself Group of Cameroonian Patriots…

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BIYA’S POWER LOTION

The Inside Story of a Bloodhound Who May Be a Serial Killer My deep sympathy goes to my parents, brothers, sisters, friends and all else who will fail to see the rationale behind this suicidal act of mine.  T H E  P A C T He wanted to resign from the office of President of…

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Marafa, The CPDM, And The Rest Of Us

Marafa Hamidou Yaya was arrested and put on “preventive detention” in April 2012, with Ephraim Inoni, a former Prime Minister. In the process, we are learning again that it is not free, independent state institutions that are playing their role of investigating, arresting and detaining suspects; it is all at the pleasure of one all…

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Paul Biya: My Campaign Manifesto

Dear Electors, My Dear Compatriots,  On 9 October 2011, you will be going to the polls to elect the President of the Republic. In response to your numerous pressing calls, I have decided to stand for re-election in order to pursue the confidence pact that I have sealed with the Cameroonian people. I would like,…

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Anti-regime gunmen battle police in Cameroon at the Wourri Bridge.

Doula, Cameroon (CNN) — Gunmen opposed to Cameroon’s long-time leader traded fire with police for hours Thursday in the nation’s largest city, Doula. Eyewitnesses told CNN the gunmen, wearing military uniforms, blocked the busy Wouri Bridge brandishing signs reading “Biya Must Go” and “We Want The Dictator Out.” President Paul Biya has been in power…

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President Sarkozy Rejects another Biya term … endorses popular revolution

Intro by Innocent Chia & Translation by Philip Acha Like an amputation without anesthesia, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has thrown African French puppet Presidents under the proverbial bus as popular risings pick up momentum from the typhoon winds blowing down on the rest of Africa from the North. A shortlist of measures contained in a…

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Cameroon and “Motions of Support”

By Julius Fondong Someone recently quipped that if we were to go by the numerous motions of support addressed to President Paul Biya and read every day over CRTV, there will be no need to hold elections in Cameroon. As I write this there is a debate raging in Cameroon over whether university lecturers and…

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The Cameroonian Conundrum: Autopsy of a Moribund Nation

By Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta Introduction The ailing polity code-named Cameroon seems to be afflicted with a medley of ailments that have earned it a myriad of sobriquets:Clando Republic, Mimboland, Animal Farm, Gaullist Africa, Ghost Nation, and more. The purport of this write-up is to diagnose the illnesses with which our nation is afflicted. The end game…

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What if Biya’a stopped dyeing his hair?

By Dr. Patrice Nganang (Translated from French by Dr. Peter Vakunta) Ludicrous Biya’a whose hair is darker than those of Obama who is thirty years his junior!  Let Biya’a tell us the truth: what products does he use to dye his hair?   He cannot be using simple dyeing products because at 80 the tissue of his hair…

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Illuminati Card Game – End of Time.

From the Lot of 394 cards, i decide to pick out just this one, the 344th to ask a simple question. Before getting to that, the image shows the globe in a split, probably by a meteor, comet or the said Nibiru – Planet X. Though not believing in any of the said predictions and…

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Fighting for gay rights in Cameroon!!!!

The Constitution of Cameroon however denies this ACT of Homosexuality and any person who violates the law will serve a 5 year term in Jail. This is however disgusting. I am not giving any judgements because there are several perspectives and notions which exist respective to Individuals. My point here is, with our younger generations…

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Taboo: Masculine Initiation

Saw this on Youtube and it freaked me out. Yeah, there are several forms of Initiation into Manhood respective to the several cultures which exist in Africa. But this particular one is not Normal At All. I’ll prefer Circumcision to this. lol What’s your take? Related Articles Family favouritism: A taboo meant to be broken? (theglobeandmail.com) Best Taboo (rfksurf.wordpress.com)…

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CBC, Others Lend SODECOTON 6.5 Billion

The Commercial Bank of Cameroon, CBC, has lent the Societé de Developement de Coton, SODECOTON, FCFA 6.5 billion to boost production. The CBC, which has been hemmed in dire straits by both national and sub-regional regulators of financial institutions, had hitherto, been considered at the point of collapsing. So, it came as no surprise when…

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Cameroonian Girls and their Funny Schemes.

This here is an apt example of how girls in Cameroon behave while out on a date. It bugs me so much to see that they really still keep-up such a practise whereas its been identified as a social bad. I’s funny however but not a good practise. That’s my opinion. What’s yours? 1st collector…

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Cameroonians are called up to Rise!!!

I’m loving the speech in English. Damn!!!! Related Articles Quick Item on Cameroon’s Protests (sahelblog.wordpress.com) Cameroonians plan anti-government protests (cnn.com) Cameroon’s 2011 Presidential Elections: Democratic Ideals or Complacent Politics of Disappointment By Frank Oben:North Africa: Nod Africa or ‘Not’ Africa? (ntemfacofege.wordpress.com) VIDEO: Myra Maimoh – She is Cameroonian. Did you know? Oh but you need…

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