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News Analysis: Games SDF Bureau Members Play With Assembly Speaker

By Peterkins Manyong One month ago, something very significant occurred at the National Assembly. For the first time, President Biya’s wish, that the immunity of a Member of Parliament be lifted, met with stiff resistance from MPs, including those of the ruling CPDM. As a consequence of the delay or through some contrivance with Assembly authorities, Dieudonne Ambassa Zang, ...Full Article

News Analysis: Truth And Journalism (Recollections Of An Enriching Media Course)

By Peterkins Manyong The fable of the eight blind men who went to "see" an elephant, is familiar to many. But what may not be obvious is the relevance ...Full Article

Spyglass: That Devil, Greed!

By Azore Opio Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary and most other dictionaries define greed as a "very strong wish to continually get more of something, especially food or money…" In ...Full Article

News Analysis: The Tottering Steps Of NOWEFU’s Exco

By Peterkins Manyong While the human being has the advantage of being the most intelligent of all God’s creatures, his offspring is disadvantaged in that, unlike most animals, a ...Full Article

News Analysis: Tamfu’s Hosanna On The Beatification Of Yang

By Peterkins Manyong Benevolent despotism was a system of government in 18th Century Europe whereby a ruler carried out reforms as a measure of goodwill towards his subjects, not ...Full Article

Spyglass: ‘Memento Mori’, Death Will Come!

By Azore Opio Death. Whether you like it or not, death will find you and make you his unwilling friend. As far as eternal peace is considered, death has ...Full Article

The Watchman: Barack Obama: Hard Talk From A Native Son

Barack Obama: Hard Talk From A Native Son It is traditional for US Presidents to deliver ceremonial and routine speeches when they visit Africa. They invariably focus on disease, ...Full Article

Lapiro’s Jailing: The New Deal At Its Most Malevolent

By Peterkins Manyong "Tom Yoms died at the age of 51. My sister, Charlotte Mbango, has just passed away. I am 52. I will soon die." Only someone with ...Full Article

New Dealers And Gullible Lawyers

By Peterkins Manyong Conditions in a society have to be exceptionally bad before a large number of people undertake to overthrow its leadership by revolution. This view of British ...Full Article

Biya’s Regime: A Gerontocracy That Hates The Old

By Peterkins Manyong Throughout human history, old age has been associated with wisdom. The idea  of magistrates and lawyers wearing wigs in court stems from this age-old belief that ...Full Article
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