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We don’t Want

July 29, 2015 Leave a comment

I am Cameroon video against Boko Haram. Watch and share!

Inspired by the mission of the I Am Cameroon Movement a group of young Cameroonians make a strong statement against Boko Haram. This is what the movement seeks to accomplish; inspire, educate and engage Cameroonians to accept and assume responsibility for the future of Cameroon. This is just an avant gout a soon coming CD’s which will be available in stores all over Cameroon next Tuesday March 31st.To learn more about the I Am Cameroon please visit our website and show your support. Click link below, Watch and Share. Please share this video link and enjoy!


32 and Counting…

January 23, 2015 3 comments

Profile_Pic_2012It’s my birthday; I am 32 (getting better, not older). I am elated. I received many messages YOU all sent and my slight regret is in not being able to thank everybody personally.

Today, I choose to share with you my birthday wish. I wish for a Cameroon where Cameroonians focus on what unites and not what divides. Where we do what is right and not what is convenient. A country where collective interests are prime over individual interests

This I cannot accomplish alone, but I can solicit your assistance because as you all expressed your desire to see me happy, this is what shall make me happy. Join me and together we shall inspire Cameroonians to bring about positive change. Join me and we shall engage in a tireless effort to ensure there is social justice in our neighborhoods, communities and businesses. Join me and we shall ensure the 50 years ahead are better than the 50 years passed. Let’s make this our reason for living.

Let’s rally like-minded people and encourage them to challenge the status-quo irrespective of where they are. Let’s inspire many more people all over that the world; that change happens because people like us make it happen. Let’s be responsible enough so that our countrymen can trust us with their hopes and aspirations. Let’s tell our children that henceforth we are resolving to lay a solid platform for them to crawl, walk, run and fly. This mission of ours is not political, if anything we are non-partisan, it is about a cultural change, a change in mentality of the people. It is a simple idea which says – I am Cameroon, you are Cameroon, we are Cameroon, we are responsible to provide solutions to the challenges of our beloved country.

I remain grateful to you for your encouragements, mentoring and affection. I resolve to accomplish, if not take this mission to greater heights and for this, I will need the “many more years” you wished me.


On Iraqi Elections

March 11, 2010 Leave a comment

The Americans should be calming down now that Iraq is showing signs of stabilization. Its a good thing the Iraqis have been able to have two National elections since Saddam was overthrown and killed. The American Coup is working now after so many sacrifices which had been counted a long time ago.

The Iraqis have decided their fate, and I think its high time for them to think out of the box. They have sacrificed their fellow brothers and sisters for so long now as a result of brainwashing and ideologies which to me are alien to the teachings of Religion they always claim to follow. No God can require people are killed in his name, that I doubt.

The Iraqis have proven they can control their nation. I am not saying they are safe from violence, it will take a long time for the various factions there in to come to terms with each other, but again there are positive signs.

I hope they continue to grow as a new nation. It is evident America will have a great influence in their development and upbringing, but these should be positive. They are tasked with creating a new nation which shall be responsible to itself and its children. Aspects I equally advocate for in Africa and in Cameroon.

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