On sidelines of Biya’s 40th Anniv celebs: Yang makes startling revelations on self-determination of Anglophone regions

Nov 9,2022 The Colbert Factor: On sidelines of Biya’s 40th Anniv celebs: Yang makes startling revelations on self-determination of Anglophone regions In his capacity as frontline North West elite and leader of the ruling Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, CPDM permanent Central Committee Delegation, former Prime Minister, Head of Government cum Grand Chancellor of the National…

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Ending deadly Anglophone conflict : Points to Ponder @Canada Round of Talks

Oct 13,2022 The Colbert Factor : Ending deadly Anglophone conflict : Points to Ponder @Canada Round of Talks As the various ‘Ambazpnian Interim Governments’ continue to fight each other over who is legitimate enough be invited to the Canadian round of talks ; and, as they dévelop one sophisticated argument over another on Canada’s neutrality…

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Teachers Appreciation month: Children mark their scripts (Part I)

Oct 6,2022 The Colbert Factor: Teachers Appreciation month: Children mark their scripts (Part I) Since time immemorial, society has attributed to the teacher the principal role of grading pupils and students’ scripts, besides their traditional duties of spending long hours every week preparing lessen notes and attending refresher conferences to better the teaching/ learning process….

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United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth Gone, not Anglophone conflict Britain rooted and African kingdoms destroyed

Aug 29,2022 The Colbert Factor: United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth Gone, not Anglophone conflict Britain rooted and African kingdoms destroyed When Fon Yuh II, paramount ruler of the united kingdom of great Kom passed away on November 22, 2017, life in the whole of the Kom nation literally came to a halt. Until the new one,…

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Imminent return of Nso Kingdom goddess, Ngonnso, Bangwa Queen, and need to reclaim African roots

Jul 20,2022 : The Colbert Factor: Imminent return of Nso Kingdom goddess, Ngonnso, Bangwa Queen, and need to reclaim African roots Pulaaku may be the minority Fulani community code of conduct, (and although still little known to the sometimes imposing surrounding natives), it’s a perfect fit in explaining postcolonial relations between Africans and the West….

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Reimagining ancient African Kingdoms as opposed to Bismarck’s 1884 artificial nations

Jul 4,2022 The Colbert Factor: Reimagining ancient African Kingdoms as opposed to Bismarck’s 1884 artificial nations Imagine how the six-year old deadly armed separatist conflict in the coastal and grassfields zones of ‘Cameroon’ could have been if the fight was to restore the once independent and vibrant kingdom states that were destroyed by the invading…

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