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29-Years old And Fighting Corrupt Forest Exploitation

His tender age belies his ability and capability to manage a sensitive Transparency-International anti-corruption project. His charge is to manage a European funded project that aims at reducing emissions from forest degradation in Cameroon and beyond. And Lucain Nyassi Tchakounte has to do this against the daunting odds of corruption and other red tape. His interview is at once ...Full Article

‘How Not To Be Governed By Illiterate, Corpse Carrying Mayors’

“…When you say “present”, what have they benefited from Lazare, other than going to carry corpses in the mortuary and escorting bereaved families? Is that the benefit the Muyuka ...Full Article

Don’t Present Fraudulent Documents To Study In America– Education Advisor

The Education Advisor at the US Embassy in Cameroon, Richard Ewane, has cautioned Cameroonian students seeking admission into universities in America to desist from presenting fake documents for the ...Full Article

Disasters, Violence Are Because We Have Dumped God – Halle

Barrister Nico Halle has asserted that the reason why there are disasters, conflicts and violence around the world is because people have dumped God. In an interview with The ...Full Article

President Goodluck’s Magnanimity Has Made History – Prof. Tamajong

The erstwhile Secretary General of the Social Democratic Front, SDF, Prof. Elizabeth Tamajong, has stated that the magnanimity demonstrated by the outgoing President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, by congratulating ...Full Article

February 11 Is Plebiscite, Not Youth Day – Dr. Dze-Ngwa

One of Cameroon’s celebrated Historians and Political Analyst, Dr. Willibroad Dze-Ngwa, has stated that the celebration of February 11 as the National Youth Day in Cameroon smacks of a ...Full Article

Governor Lele Lafrique X-rays ‘Bamenda Man’ Syndrome

“The conception that the Northwesterners are hot potatoes to handle is subjective. That the Region is a hotbed of politics is true. That unnecessary revolutions are brewed here is ...Full Article

Face To Face With Ni John Fru Ndi – Part II [Exclusive!]

“First of all, when I met here with him, I told him that when he rigged the election in 1992, I had three options. The first was to form ...Full Article

Face To Face With Ni John Fru Ndi – Part I [Exclusive!]

“First of all, when I met here with him, I told him that when he rigged the election in 1992, I had three options. The first was to form ...Full Article

Cameroonian Journalist Shares World Bank Evaluation Skills

David Akana is a Cameroonian-born Journalist with deep insights on environmental issues, climate change and the need for governments worldwide to factor the processes of monitoring and evaluation in ...Full Article
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