A view of Yaounde from Mount Febe, one of the 7 hills of the Cameroonian capital
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No to endocolonialism, when it is Africans who are working for the pauperization of theirs

No to endocolonialism, when in our countries, it is Africans who are working for the pauperization of theirs

Because the ecological cause and the future of the indigenous populations of our African States, in particular those of the big cities challenge me, I will leave from time to time culture, poetry and my other favorite themes to also talk about these more societal issues.

While Africa is presented as the continent of the future, there, development and urbanization increasingly come up against the questioning of populations. At stake, the land question. Who says development projects, says need for land. However, the populations for whom land is the only legacy, feel more and more wronged because their ancestral heritage is sold off for the benefit of private or external interests.

This is the case in Cameroon, particularly for the populations of its political (Ongola Ewondo « Yaoundé ») and economic (Douala) capitals. ©Minsili ZANGA

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