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Something About Love


For the lingering mind,
for the present testing and
run away sensation

If I told you I understand what love is, then I lied! For it is by far the most complex of subjects I’ve ever encountered since my existence.

I would take you on your advice.
I must do all to not appear nice, for many woremongers take it for granted.
They trample shamelessly upon my benevolent heart;
for thinking meekly, they make me thy foot rest.

Never again I kept telling me,
Always still, I fell in comforting arms?
Arms that wasted not to strangle joys off me.
I’ve been a fool. Yes I know!
No amount of telling can convince differently.

Yet they remain bed fellows: true love and foolishness; for,
Show me true love and I’ll show you foolishness.

There’s nothing more to tell,
Safe to bath the bathe of those who have walked this lane before me.

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Posted by on February 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

If I Must Wait


It will not be love,
if I coerce you to come
with me in this journey.
For one thing, it’s going to be
a challenging one;
As it will be exciting.

Confidence, is a symbol of hope
Keeping us afloat in our weaknesses.
And the doses, come with the tide,
though for some, alternatives have stolen
every joyful content.

Truth, is coated in many shades;
the subtle and the mix. And,
however it plays, remains the Providence of the bearer, for the most part!

Through the days now past,
the times called current and
moments in lucid tomorrow,
I pray I have no part in restive calm.

What is, should or could be…
Never tender on minds apart.
If pictures have strength in buried burrows,
then thoughts know no distance.

Thoughts of the home coming,
Sojourner or passers-by,
Are ever mirrored in glee
by the house keeper.

If I must wait;
Let it be in your arms,
Let it be in your eyes,
Let it be in your heart.

If I must wait;
make the times sealed,
Put on your coat,
ready your purse
make no reservations…
Just wait on, with me!

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Speak up the fighter in You!


If you need a challenge,
I bring you one!
If you thought laurels are commendations,
This defies it all!

Some are just strange warriors;
Waring for the Kingdom of Yeshua.
She keeps me on my toes:
In health or in pain,
her passion is unwavering.

‘No rest’ she says, until the days work is done.
‘No rest’ she says, until the assignment is done.

Her Bible, her jotter, her pen
These companions, her rear delicacy.
Penning every whisper from the throne room
Making songs for the Father, You and I.

Speak up the fighter in you,
Speak it loud!
Speak it clear!

Keep the fire burning,
Fighting through, every day.
The prize is a fight away;
Fight in the finished works of Christ.

Speak up the fighter in you!

For Mummy Rev. Mbonteh Kelly H.

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

Modelled in You


We’re gathered yet again,
for another blissful reminder
of our Saviour’s birth –
Jesus the King.
King of the Jews
King of the Gentals
King of all mankind

Jesus, born in a manger
Not on a Monday, nor
that the day really matters.
Wrapped in swaddling cloths,
our Saviour dear;
In the stable, Meek and lowly,
that to us, humility should
inspire our glorious lives.

Dear Jesus, Emmanuel!
In you our hope and joy,
The source of our peace.
God, you came, in the brightness
ofe us – in your son – Jesus
Dwells the fullness of life.

Oh! What life?
Such life, divine.
Handed to us, in baby Jesus.
As we remember your birth,
In this season of thanks
and celebrations, may our
lives be modelled in You.

MERRY CHRISTMAS

 
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Posted by on December 25, 2018 in Uncategorized

 

Kings Night Gospel Musical Concert


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First Edition

 

 
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Posted by on October 7, 2018 in RELIGION

 

World Theatre Day 2016

World Theatre Day 2016

This years celebrations organized by the South West Regional Delegation of Arts and Culture Buea held for the first time ever at CURELF, former Alliance Franco Cameroonais. It brought together artists from around the nation – Cameroon.

The Regional Delegate, Mrs. Ngoh Grace Ewang started by welcoming participants at the event. She in very strong words expressed great satisfaction that artist could come together in short notice to express the beauty in art. The delegate, ending, wished that the fire does not fade-off, so generations yet to come can benefit from what the #Musingas’ (#MusingaDramaGroup Int.) besides others had laboured to establish.

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South West Regional Delegate of Arts and Culture

Speaking for the #University of Buea (UB), Mr. Tiku, Head of Department for Theater Arts in UB also commended the selflessness demonstrated by the artists and hoped for more better days.

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Mr. Tambe Tiku, HOD Theater UB

MC Mulango Entertainment,Kumba

 

UB Theater Troop

 

Littoral Represented

 

 
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Posted by on April 8, 2016 in CULTURE, EDUCATION, SOCIETY, THE ARTS

 

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Combating Illegal Migration

Combating Illegal Migration

A National campaign on prevention, against irregular migration and documentary frauds in Cameroon held April 1st 2016 in Kumba, chief town, Meme Division.

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This sensitization effort organised by Solutions Aux Migrations Clandestines (‪#‎SMIC‬),in collaboration with the Belgian Alliance Office (Ministry of Home Affairs) seeks to educate and re-educate Cameroonians on the exceeding benefits in the use of authentic documents; ‘le faux kaolo va te rattraper or correct docs, better life.’

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Speaking at the event, Jean Francois, liaison from the immigration office of the Belgian Ministry of the interior decried the lack of focus as a key cause of illegal migration. According to him, a prospective migrant with a well defined ‘project’ will be a win-win for all parties; home country, migrant and migrant country.

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On his part, the moderator, Ngalim Eugene, President of Cameroon Youths and Students Forum for Peace (CAMYOSFOP) emphasized on the need to ‘do it right, for it is 100 times more beneficial.’ He continued to add that ‘illegal documents are bad for they stamp a bad reputation not just on the perpetrator but worst on the country.

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Standing fast on the irreplaceable role of Civil Society (CS) in such a momentous fight, Jaba Wose CEO and Founder of Farming and Animal Husbandry Project (FAHP) Cameroon, called on CSO to gird their loins and advocate against illegal migration in Cameroon, which as one participant highlighted is partly and indirectly influenced by faulty government structures and officials at fault.

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‘Whether through legal routes with illegal documents or through illegal routes with illegal documents, the ingredient of cause is fundamental in combating illegal migration in Cameroon’ – Martin Elonge, CEO/Founder at BRIK Cameroon. Going further, this participant explained that if the communication aspect of migration – an almost forgotten factor, is reconsidered and given more attention, then in many ways, much difference could be made.

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Capping discussions at the seminar, Yves Challa of SMIC remains positive that with more educative and dedicated engagements like this, there is bound to be a turn- around from the wrong mindset on migration. The organizer encouraged all present to learn from the resourceful contribution of Mr. Fonkem, a participant who shared his invaluable experience on illegal migration.

What goes wrong with fake documents: when caught, like you would! You are repatriated, jailed, banned for 10 years from travelling to a particular country and other member states e.g EU, Schengen countries… etc
‪#‎CenterforEconomicDevelopment‬, ‪#‎CameroonNationalYouthCouncil‬, ‪#‎BafawYouthAssociation‬ @Brikcm

 
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Posted by on April 8, 2016 in EDUCATION, SOCIETY

 

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