HRH Robert Esuka Endeley speaking to journalists after meeting with Mokunda community By Hope Nda The Paramount…
Participants at #defyhatenow now training, where they received Field Guide packages and training By Andrew Nsoseka #defyhatenow…
Delly Singah, crusader for a cultural reawakening among the youths By Andrew Nsoseka From using social media…
Minister Rescues Lower-Bokova Land From Grabbers, But Former Military Commander, Armed Gang Giving Locals Sleepless Nights
Indigenes and inhabitants of Lower-Bokova in Buea Subdivision are now taking a cautious sigh of relief after the Minister of State Property, Surveys and Land Tenure annulled an irregularly established super land certificate that handed over 20hectares of community land and farms to a certain Nomen George Tchapchet.
Even with the Ministerial decision, the locals are still living in fear as a former military commander, Fobang Obadia alongside an armed group are still terrorising locals, claiming that they are on duty guarding Minister Mbah Acha Rose’s five hectares share of the grabbed land, from being reclaimed by locals.
The Senior Divisional Officer, SDO for Meme, Chamberlain Ntou’ou Ndong, and the DO of Kumba III, Alfred Ngale Meende, have been accused of fielding in an illegitimate ruler to take over as Chief of Malende in total disregard of the people’s ways and traditional guidelines.
Damage left behind by inter-community attack in Wum By Andrew Nsoseka Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya, has been…
Yaounde, Cameroon’s political capital is preparing to host ‘Festival Esemble’, which is meant to showcase the town and country’s drive to promote a communal spirit of togetherness.
The festival is billed to run from December 17 to January 2, 2022, at the esplanade of the Yaoundé 6 Council.
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The Nso man has been described as a struggling man, and is quite industrious. Since the post independence era, Nso has had some of the most successful business magnets in Cameroon’s grass field after the Bamilekes. Names like Kilo Sylvester, Shey Lukong Isaac, Ba Sakah, Shey Tasha Laurence, etc. come to mind when talking about successful Nso business men. These people played a very vital role in the development of businesses in the Nso land. Though they did this using rudimentary methods available to them, mostly characterised by the lack of Information Technology, they managed to stay and prosper and have left huge legacies.
Kom is renowned as a very jealous preserver of its cultural values. It predominantly practices the matrilineal system of succession, and harbours the Afo-A- Kom statue, the statue which first gave fame to Cameroonian culture in 1963.
Foyn Ndzi II, via his envoy, Prince Ngam Nsom, was celebrating a grand Prince of the Kom Kingdom; a man who stands tall in the values of truth, justice, development, peace and unity. To Pa Tom Yong, these would not be simply words, but values upheld in practice, and transferred down to his Bobong community, Kom and the entire society, yet beginning with his 17 children, 49 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. In his usual humility, Tom Yong would cook for his guests and place the pot before them; and you better have the good sense of reserving some for the next unknown guest.