My Words on March 22, 2017 – Anglophones in Yaounde, Get out of There Now!!

I said these words on March 22, 2017. People didn’t take them seriously. Perhaps it was because of their colour. Now Anglophones are being killed and rounded up in Yaounde and Douala. It is time for those in that land of exile – Babylon – to go back home.

Advertisements

Kinship, Ritual and Oroko Existentialism

Among the Oroko (Balue), the death of a spouse when the couple is still young is an abomination. It is an ill omen for the living spouse which may haunt his/her entire life with respect to subsequent decisions to get married. When a man or woman dies, leaving a spouse who can still get married in the future, the bokpisi ritual is conducted to help the living spouse find another partner whenever it is necessary for him or her.