The Author of the book, Prof Ndefru, who said he needed to write the book, decried that the public administration in Cameroon and Africa “is a Lacuna”.
He questioned why public administrators behave the way they do, why a file will take five years from Buea to Yaounde, why people join a service and work for years without salaries.
Some youths in Buea have been told to leverage technology to meet up their needs.
The youths were edified during an Arcadia Talent workshop that held on Saturday, December 19, at the Molyko Omnisport Buea.
Some three family members of the Kumba school massacre victims in Meme Division of Cameroon’s Southwest Region have been awarded scholarships to study at the Information Communication Technology, ICT University in Yaounde.
Renowned professors, legal luminaries, communication experts, medics, Members of Parliament, and hundreds of former students of Prof. Enoh Tanjong, Saturday, November 21, thronged the Parliamentarian Flats Hotel Buea to celebrate the life of the shrewd Varsity don as he ended his long illustrious career forming minds in the amphitheatres.
The Desk Editor of The Post, Isidore Abah, has been awarded a Grade of Excellence after his brilliant public defence presentation for the award of a Master of Science Degree in Journalism.
The city of Kumba was near standstill on Thursday, as hundreds of mourners trooped to the Amusement Park to pay last respects to the seven caskets that were lined up at the funeral ground, images of the seven children, described as martyrs, were displayed before each coffin.
In a bid to change the narratives, cause a paradigm shift, and make the media a vector of peace, the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, JMC, of the University of Buea, UB, at the behest of the Head of Department, Dr. Kingsley Ngange, recently organised a Guest Talk on the theme: The Place of Peace in Crisis Situations.
The Member of Parliament, MP, for Nkambe Central, in Donga Mantung Division, Hon. Ngala Gerard has said he is ready to take bullets, to ensure that children return to school. He made the remark in relation to his campaign for children across the Northwest and Southwest regions return to school, after years of staying back due to the Anglophone crisis.
Cameroonian, recently, commemorated the International Day of the Girl Child amid human rights abuses perpetrated on the female gender. While much progress has been made in the last two decades to ensure every girl can grow and develop in good health, there is much still to do. Reports say 12 million girls below the age of 18 are getting
The Donga Mantung Scholarship Fund, a brainchild of Dr. Fuh Calistus, has boosted back to school campaigns and academic excellence, with scholarships worth over 18 million to meritorious students who succeeded in their end of course examinations. Didactic schools materials and anti-COVID-19 kits have also been handed to schools, to boost education in Donga Mantung Division.