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Biya’s Democratic Legacy In Danger!

When President Paul Biya mounted the saddle in 1982, he captured Cameroonians with the incantation potency of his “Rigor and Moralisation” slogan. His tone and tenor bespokeof an articulate mind with the visionary clarity as to where he was coming from and where he was going to. He clearly articulated his political vision in 1991 when he told Radio ...Full Article

Why Anglophones Continuously Feel Marginalised

Anglophones feel systemically marginalised by the government for a good number of reasons, despite the claim by a just a handful of persons to the contrary. The national entrance ...Full Article

35 Years Of The Most Imperial President

By Francis Wache On November 6, 1982, Mr. Paul Bathelemy Bi Mvondo Biya replaced Mr. El Hadji Ahmadou Babatoura Ahidjo as the President of Cameroon. Ahidjo’s resignation on November ...Full Article

Anglophone Leaders: Terrorists Or Freedom Fighters?

By Bouddih Adams It is an established fact all over the world and over time, that one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter. So, we are trying to ...Full Article

Issues At Stake: That Babadjou-Bamenda Road Of National Shame

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Yaounde-Bamenda road is bad. Yet, it is not too bad for users by Cameroonian standards. The real journey for any traveller begins when he ...Full Article

Falling Work Standards: Flip Side Of Galloping Unemployment

By Bouddih Adams Standards in all walks of life in Cameroon have nose-dived and can be said to have ended up in a broken nose today, to the extent ...Full Article

The Post Clocks 19 Years: The Drumbeats Of Resilience, Passion Still Throbbing

The launching of The Post on that historic July 11, 1997, was, indubitably, a sheer act of gamble. Or, to put it more bluntly, it was nothing short of ...Full Article

CPDM AND FREE MEDIA: Window Wide Shut…

By Charlie Ndi Chia Every given period or era is replete with its own metaphors. When I got into journalism decades ago, one such metaphor was “BMM”. Others were ...Full Article

Letter From Yaounde To Buea

Dear Mbella, I shirked my responsibility last week for obvious reasons. A pall of darkness fell on the academia when Yanou trailed B.B. Unlike the latter; he was yet ...Full Article

EDITORIAL: Grab The Land-Grabbers Now!

Land-grabbing is not the preserve of certain local administrators and other cheats posted to Fako Division of the Southwest Region. It is practised to some extent, in other parts ...Full Article
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