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Echoes From The Banks Of The Nile:Cruising Aboard The Floating Restaurant

By Elvis Tah In Cairo, Egypt A Nile cruise in the evening is what one can’t afford to miss after a hectic day. The Egyptian Minister of Tourism invited us (18 African journalists) for a dinner aboard a boat called Nile Crystals. This cruiser is highly prestigious and meant for people of timbre and calibre in Egypt. There were ...Full Article

CAMASEJ PRESS RELEASE: Condemning Threats To Journalists

By Tricia Oben* A recent article published in Cameroon POSTline has highlighted threats to the lives of two journalists, Messrs Charles Ndi Chia and Kini Nsom. It would appear ...Full Article

Quarrying For A Living

By Sarah Bisong* What kind of Greater Achievement dream is there when educated people have to work menial jobs? This question lingers on the lips of people like Edward ...Full Article

Christians Told Not To Misuse Church

By Walter Wilson Nana Christians of the Presbyterian Church Small Soppo – Wonganga – Bokwaongo Parish in the Fako North Presbytery have been advised not to use the church ...Full Article

From Night Watchman To Painter

By Walter Wilson Nana Like any other African child, George Wamba, grew up sketching on the ground floor of their family house as well as on scrap of papers. ...Full Article

Priests Told To Intensify Service To Mankind

By Walter Wilson Nana Priests in Buea Diocese have been told to work harder for the Christian community. Bishop Immanuel Banlanjo Bushu of Buea Diocese made the plea recently ...Full Article

Pastor Predicts Victory For Biya In 2011

By Chris Mbunwe A pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, Rev. Pastor Ezekiel Abong, has prophesied and assured President Paul Biya of landslide victory come 2011 presidential ...Full Article

I Weep For Bamenda

By Canute Tangwa Apparently, as a Buea boy I have no business weeping for Bamenda aka Abakwa. I should not weep more than the bereaved! However, two things took ...Full Article

Rural Women Toil The Lifelong Day

By Sarah Bisong* The long-term trend of the rural woman toiling in the countryside for the day’s meal has not changed much in recent times. The rural African woman’s ...Full Article

Moderator Inaugurates 4000 Capacity Church House

By Francis Tim Mbom, Selija Balike & Anna labiv Ngoran* The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, Moderator, Rt. Rev. Dr. Nyansako-Ni-Nku Sunday, October 11, inaugurated a close to 4000 ...Full Article
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