Entries by Rambler Fred

Zombies in suit

By Winston LEBGA Africa’s biggest football showpiece event, the men’s Africa Cup of Nations 2019 has ended. For the first time twenty four countries were on the guest list of the ball with Egypt playing host. The   land of the Pharaohs (the only humans in the football jungle of Africa) was chosen to salvage an […]

Chaining the ghost of power abuse

In a country with scant regard for separation of powers, clearly delineating the extents to which the executive, legislature and judiciary can encroach into each other’s sphere of influence without occasioning turmoil in the polity, cacophony becomes very obvious in any attempt to establish a conversation between justice and equity on the one hand and […]

Dialogue prescribed as option to ghost towns, destroying business premises

By *Sengue Carine, Takie Esther, Nicole Cecile, Ambia Lilian, Anu Alice Pauline Enanga, Aderline Bokengo & Ekongwe Catherine Denizens of Buea who are often caught in between amba boys threats and the mayor’s sledgehammer have been suggesting that the town’s chief magistrate should gun for dialogue and negotiation with warring parties instead of brute force. […]

War rages on, famine looms in NW/SW regions

 The ominous signs of a famine in the Northwest and Southwest war prone regions are now there for all to see. Television propaganda by regime lackeys and other position seekers purporting to donate food to starving internally displaced people now constitutes the staple of the news. Elsewhere, truckloads of imported food items are routinely shared […]

ORBITUARY Mr. Justice Frederick Alobwede Ebong

The Ebong, Alobwede, Ntoko and Nzegge families announce with profound regret, the death of their Father, Brother, Uncle and Pillar, Retired Justice Frederick Alobwede Ebong on Friday, the 24th of May, at Medstar Georgetown Hospital, Washington DC at 1:45 pm after a brief illness. Justice Ebong was born in Small Soppo Buea on the 8th […]

                                                                                                                 June 6th, 2019 Condolence Message for Ma Bernice Westerman Following the peaceful passing in Kansas, U.S.A. of Miss Bernice Westerman, pioneer principal of Saker Baptist College, Limbe on Tuesday, 21st May 2019, the ladies of the Sakerettes Transglobal Alliance (STA) wish to express their solidarity and heartfelt condolences to the entire community of Sakerettes, […]

Who wants Fru Ndi’s head?

By Ngoko Monyadowa Today’s epistle is an offshoot of the recent calamities visited on the person of the Social Democratic Front, SDF, Chairman Ni John Fru Ndi and, by extension the already dwindling prominence of the party. Interest here inheres not so much in the newsworthiness of the party as the issue of their contemporaneity […]