42 Comments on "African literature"

  1. Taku Catherine | 08/07/2017 at 6:33 am |

    Beautiful article with pictures for illustrations . Very educative. I will recommend this piece of writing to both students reading Cameroon Hostory and all Cameroonians who are eager to know more about their country.

    • That’s right! There is a whole lot happening in the country behind the citizen’s back. All we can do is put a strong voice to the exposure, especially of those things that bring our country’s emergence behind its own pace; corruption, theft, injustice and rule outside the law.

    • Ayisi Jones | 30/06/2020 at 2:49 pm |

      Thanks bros for all the records. They’ll go a long way to teach the younger generations the struggles we have gone through

  2. Tata owa moto Wa nginya. Congrats for this rich right up. The article is just too timely and a ready tool to address a series of worries. Papa well done.

  3. Dr. Konja Balondo of Balondo Cultural Heritage, USA | 19/08/2017 at 10:34 am |

    You are mistaking to say Balondo is an oroko tribe. It is not because we have nothing in common. Whatever we may share with you, we share with other African cultures. Hence, desist from including us when you do not know us, people who shun being associated with you. Good bye.

    • I understand you are the same Dr Aja Oro, author of Balondo Through the Ages, a pamphlet I read with keen interest to my greatest disappointment. It appears you are the only one who does not see beyond the veil of factionalism as you have fought tooth and nail to disrupt the bond that ties a people to themselves. While Oroko is only a new generic term that describes the Kongo of the Cross River, there is no doubt that its use to denote all people springing from the groins of Ngoe Nambongo is legitimate. Your own Balondo ba Nanga brothers do not shun this belonging. Your adamant adherence to a foreign Calabar heritage has, unfortunately, blinded even your take on the scientific truths that make you an Oroko man.

  4. Very inspirational. This is beautiful use of language that nurtures our natural imagery in Africa.

  5. Emmanuel Bokwe | 28/10/2017 at 1:15 pm |

    Work Well done

  6. GREAT IDEA. MORE ELBOW GREASE.

  7. This is absolutely amazing! Oroko women are adorable. They are amongst the sweetest and well cultured women you can find in Anglophone Cameroon. Meme-Ndian, i salute you! 😍😍

  8. Francis E. OKOLE. | 15/02/2019 at 3:23 am |

    Our oroko sisters are extremely beautiful I must confess.

  9. PRUDENSIA ORENGE | 15/02/2019 at 3:30 am |

    Soo nice .am proud of my oroko girls

  10. Dr. Okolle Justin | 15/02/2019 at 3:55 am |

    Oroko land is marked with enormous diversity, from microrganims, plants, animals and humans. A land with potentials.

  11. Joanavette | 15/02/2019 at 3:56 am |

    Very important

  12. Jovet itoe | 15/02/2019 at 4:11 am |

    Good job

  13. Stan Lee | 15/02/2019 at 4:24 am |

    These girls are extremely beautiful. Kudos, bro!

  14. Sylvester Misodi Otte | 15/02/2019 at 4:29 am |

    Beautiful, but we need updates Yearly

    • Blessed E. Ngoe | 15/02/2019 at 9:53 am |

      Exactly. We will actually expand this to a real pageant event with awards as time goes on. Keep sharing!

  15. EMMANUEL BOKWE ELONDO | 15/02/2019 at 4:33 am |

    Gonna first of all give hands of aplus to Dr Blessed E Ngoe for this great work,you were indeed born for Oroko. The research is great. I never found a crush until am seeing this,Oroko girls,you guys are beautiful to power 100.

  16. Emmanuel Elondo | 15/02/2019 at 4:59 am |

    Gonna first of all give hands of aplus to Dr Blessed E. Ngoe for this work weldone, I wander from where this innitiative is coming from. I just got my crush there. Keep it up. Oroko girls,you guys are at the apex of beauty raising to power 100

  17. Cest qoui meme | 15/02/2019 at 7:15 am |

    I think it’s absolutely necessary to have them for not withstanding, chubby Bebe’s and most beautiful.hala oroko hala balue hala ndian hala Southwest

  18. Sakwe morri | 15/02/2019 at 8:21 am |

    Wow that was wonderful I’m so proud to belong. Hmm I hope those girls know their mother tongue.

  19. Sangasu Eni Ngoe Mesembe IV | 15/02/2019 at 9:52 am |

    Wow. An applauded move once more from the Leopard. Our girls are just the best

  20. Mbonge Mercy | 15/02/2019 at 10:09 am |

    Kudos to this great initiative and congrats to #11and #20 ladies from my village who made the cut.

  21. MW Elangwe | 15/02/2019 at 11:04 am |

    Those our ladies are super, we can with no fear contest internationally with such exquisite beauties. I like this site, more grace to the initiators of this incredible website

    • Blessed E. Ngoe | 15/02/2019 at 11:12 am |

      Thank you very much for your reaction. We will keep working to bring the best.

  22. Gwendy Bess | 15/02/2019 at 3:26 pm |

    Am super thrilled by this. My oroko girls are extraordinary. Keep it up

  23. Mukete wilson | 15/02/2019 at 3:42 pm |

    Wahoo this is so interesting…more wins to our ladies.

  24. Diale Zipha | 16/02/2019 at 3:07 am |

    Amazing I will like to be part of the second edition

  25. Gilbert | 16/02/2019 at 3:23 am |

    Am blessed to marry an Oroko Queen. The ladies are beautiful..but if wait until y’al see my Queen, or even her baby sister then you’d know your list is SO INCOMPLETE.
    let me know wen ds comes up again..in the mean time, check her out on Facebook at Evangelist Gilbert Samba.

  26. Waoh exellent work am so impressed wit the 4th position my kid sis. Keep up sir I hail u

  27. This is powerful!

  28. Alain Eboa NEMBI | 07/09/2020 at 8:53 am |

    Structural racial discrimination will also have a great effect on the American democracy with time

  29. Ngobi Christina | 09/03/2021 at 3:30 am |

    What were the criterias for selection

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