Cameroon: Arch Biya critic, Patrice Nganang launches new novel

The imprints of the prawns. In a subtle manner,the vociferous Cameroono- American writer nails LA Republique Du Cameroun. Patrice Nganang emphasis that it's the shabby treatment meted on the people of Southern Cameroon's that they have after fifty six long years concluded that enough enough.

The crisis affecting and ravaging the nation has been because of negligible abandonment of a people. Appointing some inconsequential people into offices, whose language and mannerism only antagonises the people than build, is what has caused this groin that today must be incised for all the bad blood to flow.

The civil war that has exposed the worthlessness of the purported valiant soldiers, has ravaged the image of the scouts of LA Republique Du Cameroun. Haven fallen in their hundreds and more, the once reverend and highly esteemed soldiers are now termed scouts and shabbily abused and beaten into pulp by young and energetic boys. Recollecting the challenges of Ernest Wandji to reestablish a Cameroonian state void of colonialism, Patrice Nganang draws his inspiration along the riverine localities of the Bassa and the Nkam.

This aspirations have been thwarted by bad governance and bad blood provoked by tribalism, nepotism, favouritism and elitism .



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