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Bamenda City is a sprawling town loaded with lots of cool places offering mouth watering and finger licking dishes. The most reputed restaurants are: Dreamland, Alizan, Mustard Seed and Queens Etc. Besides these restaurants there are some Bakeries that are producing bread of very high quality. These Bakeries have come to add colour and savvy to the way we eat in Bamenda. They don’t only produce bread; they equally produce cakes, pastries and fries. Besides these products, they sale drinks and ot...
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The proliferation of churches in Cameroon has not spared Bamenda. However besides the Pentecostal Churches or sects there are the main stream Churches. The main stream Churches that exist in Bamenda are the Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian, Anglican,   Evangelical and The Seventh Day Adventist. Churches especially the new churches have made Churches, a money making venture. This has eroded the value and respect for the clergy and for the Church. The Churches were supposed to be the mirr...
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Chaos is not of God. God is order, harmony and concord. English poet, John Milton, tells us that chaos existed before the creation of the world. By implication, creation also involved bringing order to what was formerly in disorder. In the Bible, and throughout human history, one man always emerges to restore sanity in the midst of confusion. Jesus Christ is the best Biblical example; Moses is one. The most notable historical example is Napoleon Bonaparte, who brought harmony after the chaotic F...
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Sprawling over the north-western plateau of Cameroon, Bamenda,  Cameroon's third-ranked city after Yaounde and Douala, capital city of the North West Region and capital of Mezam Division, today adorns its best gear, suitable for the reception of kings. Indeed, 19 years have gone by since Bamenda last received the Head of State, President of the Republic. To some, these 19 years of both concerted and wasted energy seem just like yesterday; to some others, centuries. Yet, the fact remains: P...
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It is a common humahere was the fratricidal war between the French-backed Ahidjo government and the UPCists, stigmatised as maquizards. Joining East Cameroon meant being involved in the war with bloody consequences. While some of his Southern Cameroonian (Anglophone) patriots were still hesitating, Foncha made their minds up for them. His Kamerun National Democratic Party, KNDP, was in support of reunification and was already working resolutely for it. S.T. Muna, who had been sitting on the fenc...
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