The First and Fourth Letters of the Alphabet Revisited in the light of the Anglophone Problem

FEB 13 The First and Fourth Letters of the Alphabet Revisited in the light of the Anglophone Problem Colbert Gwain ….from denial [D] to acceptance [A]…. Serious Effort had been made to ignore the message from the streets. Ignoring Cameroonians’ grievances each time they are raised had become a favourite pastime for the unapologetic Yaounde…

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Complete Shudown of Schools in Anglophone Cameroon Portrays Government as Toothless Bulldog

  JAN 24 Complete Shudown of Schools in Anglophone Cameroon Portrays Government as Toothless Bulldog Gwain Colbert, blogger and freelance journalist, Bamenda-Cameroon The 2nd term for the 2016/2017 academic year in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon has failed to take off despite assurances from the Cameroon government that all security measures…

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The First and Fourth Letters of the Alphabet Revisited in the light of the Anglophone Problem Colbert Gwain ….from denial [D] to acceptance [A]…. Serious Effort had been made to ignore the message from the streets. Ignoring Cameroonians’ grievances each time they are raised had become a favourite pastime for the unapologetic Yaounde regime. This…

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MAR 2 How U.S Congressmen Pushed Cameroon MPs to Graduate from Hand clapping to Petition Writing How U.S Congressmen Push Cameroon MPs to Graduate from Hand-clappers to Petition Writers APR 24 Like Rohingya Refugees Like Anglophone Cameroonians Colbert Gwain Reports This reflection is inspired by the fact that unlike refugees who flee their countries because…

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