CHINA DEAD TRAPS IN AFRICA: THE POSSIBILITY OF UGANDA TO SURROUNDER ITS ONLY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO CHINA IS LOOMING
According to unconfirmed sources, there is a possibility that Chinese lenders who loaned the Ugandan government $200 million to expand Entebbe International Airport a couple of years ago will seize control of the airport. This is a glaring example to show that China's purpose in Africa is not to foster development but to make business. Read more about the story here
Joshua Ndip: Anglophone Conflict - The Day that changed conventional warfare:
The onset of a war that began with a whistle blown by some young men brainstorming on how to fight back an army considered an intruder started with an unconventional weapon of 'less distruction' created in the backyard of some muddy houses in the foothills of a little village in the North West region of Cameroon popularly known as Ambazonia. Continue reading...
Joshua Ndip: What's wrong in Africa - From Nobel Peace price winner to a war monger
Every time there is a sense of optimiism in African politics there is always a u-turn to a sense of darkness. Abiy Ahmed was credited with a Nobel Peace Price for his political pragmatism and vision in uniting Ethiopia just a couple of years ago. Unfortunately it has turn out that the man who was seen to be a peace negotiator is leading an army to fight a war. What is it all about with political leadership in Africa. According to CBC news "Ethiopian prime minister says he'll lead army from the battlefront as Togray army approach capital". Read more from CBC news
ANGLOPHONE CAMEROONIANS PLIGHT - THE DARK SIDE OF REALITY
Joshua Ndip: Where did we go wrong - How anglophone experiences shape their resistance
As a young man living in a small dusty and muddy village in Cameroon, South West region I had no idea about the rights to self-determination. Apparently, this concept seemed foreign to me at the time because we were politically blinded by a system that systematically kept us away from the political realities and history of the United Republic of Cameroon.....Continue here
ANGLOPHONE CONFLICT FOR SELF-DETERMINATION
The youngest war prisoner without a crime
Momentum Sways: Frustration Builds-up in Yaounde, Diplomatic World Mobilizes & Ambazonia Soars!
Nigerian actress Stella Damasus talks about the fight that going on in Cameroon.
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