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NW Biya Support: Political Hypocrisy?

By Peterkins Manyong Ingratitude is not among the Seven Deadly Sins well-known in Catholic circles. But it is nevertheless a grievous one. Within the last seven months, Northwesterners have been soothing Biya with the balm of panegyric. Biya’s heart and his myrmidons have been particularly heart-warmed because these encomiums are streaming from the lips of the same people who ...Full Article

Why Dunnit?

By Azore Opio My creative juices were at their lowest level these past weeks I decided to retreat between the cold sheets of my bed.  First, the weather has ...Full Article

Biya’s Re-election Bid: The Chinese Connection

By Peterkins Manyong When Frederick de Klerk, the last president of Apartheid-ridden South Africa, was about to release Nelson Mandela, one of his advisers reportedly asked him if he ...Full Article

44 Kids, 11 Dead, Pa Fonkeng Still Shoots Straight!

By Azore Opio He is a traditional doctor; call him traditional healer or tradi-practitioner if you like. He was born in 1942 in Bessali, Wabane Subdivision. You know the ...Full Article

Yang’s Metamorphosis And The Danpullo Phenomenon

By Peterkins Manyong The capacity to adapt is a very essential ingredient in the survival mechanism of every living thing. Human beings function depending on the circumstances in which ...Full Article

Happy Birthday, Chairman – Prince Of Peace

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria SDF Chairman, John Fru Ndi, reached a major milestone in his life recently when he turned 70. Unlike the vast majority of Cameroonians, ...Full Article

South Sudan Independence: New Country, New Problems

By Francis Wache Juba, the world’s newest capital, Saturday 9, 2011. The flag fluttered in the sky. The national anthem boomed through the loudspeakers. Copious tears – and sweat ...Full Article

2011 Presidential: Those Dreamers About Biya’s Succession

By Peterkins Manyong "A Wonder Book". Surely not many persons have come across this collection of fantastic stories from Greek Mythology compiled by Nathaniel Hawthorne. One of the tales, ...Full Article

The Post At 14: Still Waxing Strong

By Francis Wache Today, The Post clocks 14. Can you believe it? Fourteen years already! Yet, it all seems like yesterday. Time, as they say, flies.Since we embarked on ...Full Article

Diaspora Vote: Sprint Of The Tortoise

By Clovis Atatah In Vienna, Austria On the face of it, Yaounde’s decision last week to table a bill at the National Assembly proposing the "restoration" of voting rights ...Full Article
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