Happy International Women’s Day: Doing me some advocacy

Dear 🌍 , today is the International Women’s day. In my country Cameroon, the traditional thing has been for a special fabric to be designed, bought and stitched. Thereafter, the women…

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A warrior is born: a true story of motherhood

It was about 4am on what was supposed to be a beautiful California Sunday morning. I woke up for a quick visit to the little room and as I looked down, what I saw gave me a horrible fright. It was …

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JustPeace – Journal Submissions for Undergraduate and Graduate Students and Artists

Utah Valley University
JustPeace
A Journal of Creativity and Multivocality

 

Information About Us

JustPeace: A Journal of Creativity and Multivocality is an online journal published by the Peace and Justice Studies program at Utah Valley University and the PJST student club.  JustPeace is an interdisciplinary platform for media of many kinds: research articles, essays, short stories, poetry, photographs, short films, and musical compositions—all on themes relevant to the journal’s purpose: conflict, peace, and justice studies.  We take a broad view of the interdisciplinary nature of the journal (and the discipline), accordingly, submissions might concern sustainable development, democratization, transitional or restorative justice, environmental justice, human rights, conflict transformation, peacebuilding, reconciliation, art as peacebuilding, peace education, or many other themes.

We are now seeking submissions.  As per above, all submissions will be evaluated for creativity, innovation, and depth of analysis (where relevant).

Call for Submissions

JustPeace: A Journal of Creativity and Multivocality is now seeking submissions for academic articles and media. Original academic articles and work in the mediums of literature, short film, music and photography are welcome. All submissions will be evaluated for creativity and providing a unique perspective into peace and justice related themes. Such themes include but are not limited to:

-Resource Distribution

-War and Peace

-Democracy

-Human Rights

-Environmental Degradation

-Conflict Transformation

-Reconciliation

-Peacebuilding and Peace Education

Submission deadline is July 15th, 2015. Please send all submissions to mminch@uvu.edu.

Academic Articles:

Submissions from undergraduate and graduate level students are welcome. All submissions will go through a double, blind, review process. Please observe the following guidelines for submissions:

-Page count should not exceed 25 pages, approximately 8,000 words, 12 point font, New Times Roman, one inch margins.

-Chicago or Turabian styles are preferred. Please use footnotes instead of endnotes or in text citations.

-Please do not include any identifying information on the paper itself. Instead, please include a cover page with your name, email, institutional affiliation, whether you are a graduate or undergraduate, and the title of the work. Please also include a short abstract, not exceeding 300 words.

-Accepted formats:

-Documents: .pdf (Portable Document Format; Adobe Acrobat), .doc, .docx (Microsoft Word Document), .odt (OpenDocument Text Document)

Literature, Photography, Short Film, and Music:

Submissions are welcome from all. Works of literature should not exceed 25 pages, approximately 8,000 words, 12 point font, New Times Roman, one inch margins. Films should be no longer than 30 minutes, including beginning and ending credits. All submissions should include the following information:

-The submitter’s name, email address and the title of the work.

-A short abstract of the work, detailing the context and perspective of the piece, not exceeding 150 words.

-A short bio of the author/composer/photographer/filmmaker/musician not exceeding 150 words.

-Accepted formats:

-Images: .jpg, .jpeg, .png, .gif

-Audio: .mp3, .m4a, .ogg, .wav

-Video: mp4, .m4v (MPEG-4), .mov (QuickTime), .wmv (Windows Media Video), .avi, .mpg, .ogv (Ogg), .3gp (3GPP), .3g2 (3GPP2)

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Job, Central European University, School of Public Policy, Open Rank Faculty Position, Human Rights, Budapest

Open Rank Faculty Position, Human Rights

Level: 

Open Rank

Position for: 

Faculty

Full-time

Permanent appointment/fixed term appointment with possibility to convert into permanent appointment

Application deadline: Review will begin on 24 August 2015 and continue until position is filled

Full Or Part Time: Full-time

Description

The School of Public Policy (SPP) at Central European University in Budapest was launched in 2011. With a focus on global issues and a practice orientation, it is dedicated to making public policy innovative, inclusive, and effective. SPP is, in the words of its founder, George Soros, a “new kind of global institution dealing with global problems” through multi-disciplinary study of public policy, innovative teaching and research, as well as meaningful engagement with policy practice.

Central European University is a graduate-level “crossroads” university where faculty and students from more than 100 countries come to engage in interdisciplinary education, pursue advanced scholarship, and address some of society’s most vexing problems.

SPP is looking to recruit a human rights specialist to develop and deliver practice and interdisciplinary based human rights teaching, training, and research. The call responds to strong student interest in human rights frameworks, obligations, and compliance and the School’s commitment to enhancing the profile of human rights in its curriculum and portfolio of activities.

This position is full-time, tenure-track, and open to all ranks. The newly appointed faculty member will help shape SPP’s curriculum and contribute to the school building process, strengthening the SPP mission to integrate academic knowledge and practical application. We encourage applications from academic entrepreneurs ready to contribute to a vibrant intellectual community who can build on the strong existing links with our sister organization, the Open Society Foundations.

The ideal candidate will have:

• A Ph.D. or relevant academic / legal equivalent or exceptional practice experience with a record of academic, professional, or policy publications appropriate to level of seniority;

• Innovative ideas for the development and delivery of elective and professional training courses on human rights including in relation to international human rights principles, standards, norms, and obligations; roles, responsibilities, and accountability of duty bearers; strengthening the voice and participation of rights holders in the policy process; and the application of rights-based approaches;

• A commitment to quality teaching and supervision of research and practice projects; capacity to teach components of the core curriculum.

Applications from individuals with geographic specialization (Global South) and/or thematic expertise (gender, LGBT, children, drugs) are strongly welcomed.

Compensation

An internationally competitive salary is offered commensurate with experience. Central European University offers an attractive benefits package.

Term: A two-year contract, renewable, with possibility of tenure.

The normal full-time teaching load is 12 credits/6 courses, spread over three terms.

How to apply: 
Letters of application should systematically address the above selection criteria. The application package should consist of a single PDF file with (1) an application letter (not exceeding 1,200 words) which indicates the name and rank of the position to which you are applying, (2) CV, (3) the contact information of three references, (4) a statement of teaching philosophy, and (5) up to two academic writing samples (one can be co-authored). Two sample syllabi may also be attached as separate PDF files. Finalists will participate in both on-line and in-person job interviews, and will be subject to pre-employment checks prior to any appointment. Informal inquiries may be addressed to Dean Wolfgang Reinicke at spp@ceu.edu. Please send your complete application package to ceu-hro@ceu.edu and include the job code 2015/039 in the subject line. CEU is an equal opportunity employer.
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Job, Net Impact, Chief Marketing Officer

Chief Marketing Officer

Net Impact is seeking its first Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) to develop and institute a bold marketing vision intended to position Net Impact as a highly relevant brand and market leader. Reporting to the CEO, the CMO will serve as a key member of the senior leadership team, lead the creation and implementation of a multi-year marketing strategy, and supervise a highly functioning team that spans brand strategy, marketing and communications, thought leadership, PR, membership, the website, and the annual flagship conference.

This is an exciting opportunity for a smart, creative, and transformational leader to play an influential role in helping an established nonprofit further develop its brand and accelerate its potential for impact.

Responsibilities:

Vision, Strategy, and Oversight

  • Lead a multi-stakeholder team in the visioning, creation, and implementation of a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy with a goal of building an even more forward-looking and compelling brand position and value proposition to Net Impact’s key audiences of students, professionals, funders, media outlets, and industry influencers
  • As part of the strategy, lead efforts to exponentially grow Net Impact’s influence, audience, and relevance to the field through improving current activities and embarking in bold new ventures
  • Gain first-hand knowledge of Net Impact’s programs in order to leverage and articulate the activities, stories, and impact of each program.
  • Spearhead new thinking around how to communicate a cohesive value proposition of program offerings to prospective and existing members
  • Provide high level leadership to Net Impact’s awareness and engagement strategies, bringing a savvy perspective about ways to create broader awareness and deepen engagement through Net Impact’s website, social media channels, placed and earned media, and web-based products
  • Lead Net Impact Conference team to produce and grow Net Impact’s flagship event that attracts over 2,500 people annually
  • Uncover and develop innovative opportunities to generate and significantly grow $1M+ in earned revenue streams, including conference registration, advertising and membership revenue. Support development team and others to productize and price other opportunities
  • Leverage consumer insights, understanding of marketplace and competitive dynamics, and other data in order to inform marketing decision-making and desired outcomes

Executive Leadership and Staff Management

  • Provide visionary and supportive leadership to bring together the four groups within marketing (brand strategy/thought leadership, marketing/membership, website, and conference) to create a cohesive and collaborative organized aligned around key organizational goals. Net Impact’s marketing divisions are comprised of 14 staff (including 4 director/VP-level reports).
  • Foster an environment of creativity, innovation, and productivity, championing new ideas and approaches as appropriate.
  • Establish and articulate clear marketing priorities across organization and team. Effectively negotiate trade-offs with key stakeholders when new and/or competing interests arise.
  • Work collaboratively across the organization to solicit input and coordinate the participation of the Board, executive team, program team, and other key stakeholders on marketing initiatives.
  • Serve as a key member of the executive team, contributing to overall organizational strategies and representing the priorities and perspectives of the marketing function.
  • Model and participate in promoting a fast-paced, results-oriented, and collaborative organizational culture

Qualifications:

  • At least 15 years of marketing leadership experience including demonstrated success building compelling brands, preferably including nonprofit, social enterprise, membership network, or cause marketing agency experience.
  • Experience developing high-level marketing and brand strategy in line with the global strategic vision of the organization. This includes brand positioning, awareness, and extension.
  • Proven ability to lead transformational change within an organization and to improve marketing’s contribution internally and externally.
  • Enthusiastic commitment to Net Impact’s mission and genuine interest in inspiring and supporting students and professionals to use the power of business to create a better world.
  • A balanced approach of creative vision and business acumen in order to develop and advance an overall marketing strategy that positively impacts Net Impact’s visibility, reputation, and relevance.
  • An ability to understand changing market dynamics, translating them into actionable strategies to achieve company objectives.
  • Up-to-date knowledge and a commitment to continued learning about branding, product/program marketing, event marketing, earned/paid media, social media, content marketing, thought leadership, and other core marketing tools and concepts
  • A proven track record of success and innovation with web-based marketing techniques intended to increase user engagement, build loyalty, and/or “productize” a social movement.
  • Visionary and supportive leadership and staff management skills, with the ability to bring out high-performance and encourage staff to embrace “big and bold” thinking.
  • Skilled communicator who can translate marketing concepts into terms for all stakeholders to grasp and support. Demonstrated ability to communicate and engage effectively with younger / Millennial audiences
  • Strong analytical skills, with a sophisticated understanding of how key business drivers, sector and consumer trends, and the competitive landscape impact marketing strategy and decisions.
  • A flexible and entrepreneurial attitude, with a natural comfort with ambiguity and willingness to “do more with less” in a resource-constrained environment.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, results-oriented, and collaborative work culture, as well as an interest in advancing the organization’s culture to be even more strategic, innovative, and high-performing.
  • BA required; advanced degree in marketing, communications, or business administration is a plus.
                          https://netimpact.org/jobs/chief-marketing-officer
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Thank you all for joining in the celebration of the productive and inspirational life of One Man, reflected in three rare books and Audio CDs: 1) Stand Up! Be Strong! Don’t Quit!

                                                                                         2) Journeying to My Emmaus

                                                                                         3) Lamentation for a Beloved Country

These are all wonderfully crafted, mind-searching and must-read-and-own volumes beautifully weaved in impeccable English, for any one at any level.

That One Man is Mr. Peter ESSOKA.

• As Journalist, Peter Essoka interviewed many Presidents and world leaders. Some include: 1. Mao Tse Tung and Premier Chou en Lai in 1973 2. Idi Amin Dada of Uganda in 1974 3. Muammar Ghadafi of Libya in 1974 4. Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia in 1976 5. Jimmy Carter of the USA in 1977 6. Abdou Diouf of Senegal in 1986 7. Javier Peres de Cuellar, UN Secretary General in 1988 8. Archbishop Desmond Tutu in 1996 9. Hughes Mussekela of South Africa in 2001 etc etc.

The Human Rights Activist: • 1991- 2006: Member of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms • 1998 till date: Member of the National Governance Programme • 2005 till date: Member of the Anti-corruption Unit of the Ministry of Justice • 2005 till date: Board Chair of the Trauma Centre of Cameroon

Conferences, Seminars and workshops • Big brother Peter Essoka has in many national and international workshops, seminars and conferences in Dakar (Senegal), Harare (Zimbabwe), Johannesburg (SA), Geneva (Switzerland), Nairobi (Kenya), and Addis Ababa (Ethiopia). etc

Education and Training • He is a proud BOBAN form CPC Bali, Class of 1962 • Uncle P holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from the University of Yaounde • A Postgraduate Diploma in American Studies and Journalism from the World Press Institute, St. Paul Minnesota, USA • A Masters Degree in Media Communication from Governors State University Park Forest, Illinois, USA • Several trainings in California, Cologne (Germany) etc.

Hobby: Uncle likes Sports, Music, Reading and writing. • Uncle Peter has a lovely family and his three grown up kids describe him as “the best father in the world” despite his failures or shortcomings. • But Peter to is father to every child • Yes, like every mortal, Peter to has his weaknesses, • He is Three Scores plus Ten years plus one-hundred and thirteen days. • Peter enjoys vegetable and enjoys eating Cocki Matobou (a Douala food made of some special beans) • He also enjoys some good “mapangeh” or “Corn Chaff” inherited from CPC Bali • He drinking Coca Cola, but due to advise and warnings from his children, Peter now enjoys natural fruit juice • He usually gets up early at about 1 am to write his reflections • He likes tasting food to make sure it suits his taste balls • He likes cooking as well.

Peter has served humanity tirelessly for several decades He is Retired but Tired. His eyes were never pulled off nor did he become blind in the prison cells.

Permit me describe Mr. Peter Essoka as: • A Frank, Firm, Fair, Fearless but Friendly Cameroonian philosopher. • He is Walking and Talking Library • The Great Teacher

The three books and audio CDs we are about to discover stem from valuable inside knowledge of the society; of the political, economic and social trappings in Cameroon and Africa, for more than half of a century. Uncle P posits: “I feel privileged, if not blessed to be among some Cameroonians, who have lived to see this nation evolve from its hay days of independence to where it is today”.

Who else could have been a better ocular witness of the evolution of Cameroon and continent?

As for me, I am fortunate to have lived to see this ONE MAN who has lived and seen all the worries and Glories of our dear fatherland, Cameroon, and those of Africa and beyond, for about half a century.

Uncle P’s reflections cut across age, sex and backgrounds. It cuts across the various subject areas: sociology, psychology, history, anthropology, economics and philosophy. It talks about society and its people. Above all, these subject areas are in clear and simple English Language.

I recommend everyone to procure at least two complete sets of the books and audio CDs: One set for self and second for a loved one.

Give these volumes to your young children at home to help improve their morals, knowledge and the English that we all want to speak.

These books and audio CDs are particularly useful for those whose first language is not English. Reading and listening to Uncle P will be the fastest way to be fluent in the Queen’s language.

I recommend these works to be bought and donated to our Alma Matter as a contribution to nation building.

A few days ago, the Ministry of Youth and Civic Education organized an International Conference on Civic Education and National Integration. These documents are just perfect to be adopted for the uplifting of internal cohesion in this country.

With effective Citizenship education being thought and still to be evaluated by the Cameroon GCE Board in the years ahead, the various stakeholders represented by some of you here, and considering the inadequate didactic material in the subject area, Uncle P has made things easy for all of us.

Let us all take Peter Essoka’s reflections to our friends, homes and communities. Let us all procure and own copies of these wonderful works.

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CAMEROON WOMEN MAKING THE DIFFERENCE IN AFRICA

CAMEROON WOMEN MAKING THE DIFFERENCE IN AFRICA
Amy BANDA 30th July 2013

MAMBO MANCHO runs a series of entertainment initiatives that celebrate raw talents and gives hope to persons with hidden potential. Born in the town of Bamenda, she grew up with her parents who did all to finance the education of their children and give them good home training. Filled with zest, beauty and style to excel in the entertainment industry, the Cameroonian woman carrying the pride of Africa in her palms, wrote many stories for films in the CFI. Despite the busy schedule and arising demand of writing plots and developing them, Mamz as she is fondly called, still found time to act in most of the movies ( ), open the silver line entertainment enterprise which also runs the Ebony project, an annual event that organizes seminars to train entertainers (Producers, Directors, Actors, Models, Writers, Musicians) and other stakeholders of the Entertainment Industry. Brainbox behind the Saliente Magazine Mambo Mancho attributes more attention to the entertainment industry through the much assistance she gives because the field requires the merging of mind and body to promote businesses in other sectors for economic growth and development. Believing there is a first time for everything, Mambo Mancho thinks the African woman is strong and has all it takes to chip in to promote and advance the continued success of thriving communities. Feeling every human being that went in for competition must either come out successful or failing, Mambo thinks the African Woman’s problem is first of all herself and her belief that she must always occupy the secondary positions. She thinks women must be bold to avoid mobilising masses for the men and stand for these political and leadership responsibilities so they can assume mandates to do straight work and define how much they can contribute in the process of change.

At the helm of Rise media, Isabelle KENNE confronts a hostile business environment to contribute basic simple and complex ideas for economic growth. After furthering her studies in Communication Sciences specialising in Advertising and Brand Building at the University of South Africa, she returned home to materialize her dream of running a communication company of her own. Nurturing the idea, engaging efforts, Seeing and embracing the opprotunity of delving in virtual communication, she deemed it necessary to emerge and grow in her Fatherland where she will not only add a plus to the SME sector, but as well take part in decision making strives that could get other women towards actions of her kind to promote the education of the girl child. In most of her works, she identifies the institutional framework that clearly defines how a woman can take charge of herself. Implementing projects in the man’s world is a thorn in the flesh of the passionate and motivated inspirational speaker who identifies her strengths and weaknesses everyday in the input of her communication set-up Rise Media. Her motivation has been influenced by family and personal drive to be of service to humanity. Leading by delegation is a tool that includes policy definition and coordination, representation and reporting, all tasks accomplished by the Rising Isabelle who provides businesses with education, offers support and awareness of all areas and works with partners and interested parties towards increasing girls’ chances of becoming self reliant. Her advice to women is that women are in th era of democracy which is a game of numbers and so the african woman must take advantage of the numerical strength and belong first to organizations that assume leadership, then work hard to merit the confidence of all, and then stand for election when the opportunity surfaces.

Irene ZIH FON and Comfort MUSA are two competent and successful journalists whose extremely professional, loyal, exceptional and transparent writing skills earn them international participation tickets to fellowships and recycling seminars that improve their journalistic work. Shortlisted for a one Million dollar writing fund, Comfort MUSA, President of CAMASEJ Bamenda is among a group of African Journalists attending a kenyan based programme to encourage innovative writing that can improve on the health of Africans. The African Woman whose daily strifes projects the virtue and strength of Mother Africa will in this story camp learn how to use digital and data tools to enhance her journalistic work. Restricted to human development and political initiatives, she will receive a grant to complete her project, afterwhich she and others will be judged by experts and winners will be selected.

Irene ZIH FON sees journalism as a burden and blessing that either mars or builds society. Working with the GPI News Agency as a freelance journalist who specializes on online journalism, Irene was shortlisted by the US Embassy in Cameroon to be part of the team that covered the 2012 Presidential Campaign in Washington DC and other states of the US. The Challenging but constructive exercise nurtured desirable emotions and motivations on the professional who gave the World her best and left an impact on the minds and hearts of her followers. Linda M. MABUH is a marine engineer working offshore with one of the shipping companies in Cameroon. She studied Nautical Science, Marine, Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the Regional Maritime School of Ghana where she specialised in the domain to beat or crush the belief and culture that women don’t work in the sector and returned home to develop the sector through encouragement campaigns to keep interested girls in the field. Having to contain with the schemes of chauvinistic caprices, she organized events to raise awareness on the ordeal women encounter and forms of injustice they are subjected to, despite their competence, just because they wear skirts. She has in her moves, reawakened the drive of many women who had abandonned the course of belonging. The African woman that she is, says blood may spill if need be to change the vision of men in the sector, bent to kill the dream of so many female marine aspirants. All five African Women who have a big Heart in terms of friendships, constructive relationships and extremely transparent and loyal engagements, like puzzles, surfing the net (for quest of knowledge) and shopping. They all are unmarried career women with a vision, strategy and mission to galvanize growth induced initiatives that will improve the overall business environment in the nation, continent and the globe. God fearing and prayerful warriors, they acknowledge that much still remains to be done by the government to actively encourage foreign investment through the adjustment of reforms. They think the African Woman settles for less despite different divergent avenues granting them opportunities to take the baton and drive their dreams towards achievement. They even hold that the African Woman’s timid use of ICTs is still burdensome to development and peaceful projects to fight against the craft of corruption, high rate of unemployment, violence, misery, hunger and poverty. These difficulties have neither altered nor slowed down these African Women’s urge, energy, edge, passion and enigmatic drive to make the difference.

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“Cameroon’s twin elections made history”

“Cameroon’s twin elections made history”

Cameroon made history recently by sending voters to the polls for a ‘twin election’ of parliamentary and council candidates.
Correspondent Alphonse Akouyu, 19, from Bamenda, Cameroon, takes a look at the campaign and election day.

There is no doubt that Cameroonians put September 30th in the annals of history when they went to the polls to carry out what is called their civic duty.

Simply put, they carried out their right to vote.

The date was baptized as “the September 30th twin elections” because the electorate had to choose parliamentarians and council heads. Voters streamed in to polling stations located in various parts of the country to choose their leaders for the next five years – parliamentarians, mayors and municipal councilors.

More than 30 political parties were running for the 380 councils and 180 parliamentary seats available, but pundits expected a two-horse race for many of the councils and parliamentary seats between the ruling Cameroon’s People Democratic Movement (C.P.D.M) and the main opposition S.D.F (Social Democratic Front).

The September elections were preceded by a hot campaign period of two weeks, during which various aspirants promised their potential supporters to change society for their good. As is normal in the game of politics, each parliamentary or council hopeful made use of each other’s mistakes, and dwelled on their own strengths. Accessories ranging from T-shirts, umbrellas, watches, caps, and exercise books were used in conjunction with the usual flags and posters at strategic locations, and political debate forums on TV or radio as instruments to pass across the message.

In Cameroon today one tool in the hands of the campaigners is commercial motor bikes commonly called ‘OKADA’. A precious asset, a good number of these with their noisy engines and hooters are capable of attracting any crowd. Markets, bars, public squares and gatherings were not left out of the campaign strategy and in some cases, candidates used the door-to-door method of visiting potential voters in their houses to pass across their message. A good number of the campaigners called on the electorate to vote using their consciences.

These elections were not like previous ones because we witnessed for the first time in the country’s electoral history the use of the Bio-metric system of voting, with the aim of curbing fraud. Managed by ELECAM (Elections Cameroon), a body created to manage electoral affairs in the country, September 30th provided a tough test for the young structure.

Based on ELECAM reports, about five and a half million Cameroonians registered to vote and more than 75 per cent of this number were reported before elections to have taken their cards. Cameroon has a population of more than 16 million based on the latest statistics, so there arises the need to question why such a low turnout.

Even after national identity cards were made free of charge for those who complained about the cost of getting them, usage of mobile registration teams by ELECAM it really didn’t do much to ameliorate the situation. Many Cameroonians have their individual reasons for refusing to register, but history has told us that the only peaceful way of changing a situation is through the ballot box.

Monday September 30th was a public holiday in Cameroon. In addition to the usual public holiday conditions, no form of commercial activity was to take place, and there was to be no movement of vehicles except for administrative, elections authorities and observers. However based on images shown by national TV not all respected the order. Voting was normally to start at 8 a.m and end at 6 p.m, though again national TV reported that minor problems meant that was not the situation in all cases. Security was tight and for once in many days, many parts of the hustling and bustling townships appeared to be asleep. Generally, though there were a few hitches, one can say that the activities of September 30th went on went on well.

The law forbids any channel to release the results, a duty left for the Supreme Court seating in for the Constitutional Council. It’s now left for that organ, which has two weeks to tell the people the victors and vanquished of September 30th.

About me: Hello everyone this is your friend Akouyu Alphonse from Bamenda located in the North West Region of Cameroon. I’m currently in my last year in the Catholic University of Cameroon Bamenda studying Banking and Finance. I will be completing my studies in June of 2014 with the hope of becoming a Business/International Relations expert.

My areas of interest are serving as Journalist especially on Sports (football) and societal issues aimed at inspiring people to believe in themselves and volunteerism.

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Commemorating Resistance Day

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