Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Southern Cameroons Should Keep Their Schools Closed For Their Own Good.

I hear talks of schools reopening because children can no more stay home. Is it that all those who were arrested have been released, or is it that they have quickly attained their goals? Is it that the marginalization of Southern Cameroons has been resolved, or is it that Anglophone grievances have been satisfied? Southern Cameroons is not the first and will not be the last. Do you remember all those who died in the Southern Cameroons territory? They cannot be resurrected, but let the cause for which they died be attained. What shall you tell the mother in Bamenda whose son was killed while fighting for the Anglophone cause, or what shall you tell the sister whose only brother had his brain dashed and mixed with the dust of Mutengene? What answer shall the Southern Cameroon leaders give to those college girls who were raped and abused? Their trauma will increase exponentially because it means that they were raped in vain. I was not the one raped and I was not the one who lost a brother, but their lost and pain keep me awake day and night.
Otherwise, their blood will be on the hands of Southern Cameroons leaders. Cultural and political revolutions can find a passage to success only when schools are shut down. That is why during the Chinese Cultural Revolution, schools were closed for more than one year. Before the Chinese, the Indians had done it with great success.  
Two days ago, I was watching a video on American fight for independence, and therein was a mention that “The English government closed the Dutch schools for some time" because they seemed to inspire the rebels. 
Therefore, shutting down schools as a medium of political pressure to force leverage and entertain some form of negotiation is not anew. The stakes are very high now. If Southern Cameroons keeps her schools closed, the government will want to use force to get them open. That will attract more attention. No school too will mean that the government has lost its grip; consequently, it will be forced to negotiate. It is better to stay home than to have a school like this one in a region that produces oil.
It is better to stay home than to have kids in a school like this despite all the oil we have. 

Our children and grand children cannot keep risking their lives when we have all those mineral resources. 

Let the kid stay home until Southern Cameroon is treated as an equal partner. 

A few months ago, I predicted that Trump was going to win. As many of you know, I seldom lose in my predictions. If Southern Cameroons resume school this September, they will forever lose their cause. If Southern Cameroons cannot sleep because of what the Biya government is doing to her, the Biya government will not sleep for fear of what Southern Cameroons will do unto her. It is in the best interest of both parties to negotiate and find a practical solution that benefits all Cameroonians. Until such is done, Southern Cameroons should not go to school. They cannot reach the toilet and excrete on the floor. They will be forced to clean their mess or even forced to eat it. It is not a secret that when the oppressed revolts and fails, the oppressor increases their pain as a payback. I cannot imagine what pain awaits the Southern Cameroons child, after schools resumes. I will like to share Norman Macleod’s first stanza of “Courage, brother, do not stumble.”

Courage, brother, do not stumble,
Though thy path be dark as night;
There’s a star to guide the humble:
Trust in God and do the right.
Let the road be rough and dreary,
And its end far out of sight,
Foot it bravely; strong or weary,

Until then, it is in the best interest of Southern Cameroons to keep their schools closed.
St. Arrey of Ntenako.




“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Sunday, July 23, 2017

My Little Immanuel Church!



Did you see my little Immanuel Church?
That sat on top of reformed theology.
It was not just the doctrine they taught;
It was their love to practice the word.
That made them women and men of God.

Did you see my little Immanuel Church?
That sat on top of mustard mighty faith.
It was not their numbers that made them great;
It was their love for the spirit of the word.
That made godly and loving to be around.

Did you see my little Immanuel Church?
That sat on top of God’s word and love.
You never heard of divorces and break-ups;
Their marriages were solid and love flowed.
How great was their notion of family.

Did you see my little Immanuel Church.
That sat on top of friendliness and jokes.
They joked about their ages and misfortunes;
They knew that God was all they wanted and had.
So they placed their faith and being in Him.

Did you see my little Immanuel Church?
That made me love to be member of a church
Soon they spread amongst the Church;
Perhaps to share their faith and works
This year their curtain will be drawn.


Hamilton Ayuk

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

"Do you have family here?"


People always ask me each time I meet a new person, “Do you have family here?” Sometimes, when I meet a white person, he or she always wants to tell me about some Africans or Cameroonians they know. They will ask me, “Do you want to meet them?” I am sure, most of them are always taken aback when I say that “No, not really. I want to know you and make you my family.” Some of them think that I don’t have a notion of family, or I hate my family or something. If I know the person well, I will ask them, “Do you meet every white person you see, or do you meet every American in Germany or Europe whenever you visit?” They will grind and retort, “You are funny.” I do that because as a follower of Christ, I must espoused everything He taught. He taught us that those who do God’s will are our brothers and sisters and our mothers and fathers. The spiritual family does not know race, color, ethnicity or social status; it knows only the Blood of Christ and the seal of Spirit.
Suffer that I clear the first scriptural barrier that those who disagree with me always raise. They always cite I Timothy 5:8, “But if any provide not for his own, especially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.” As many of you know that I use my real name because I want to give you the opportunity to verify what I say, so if you propagate lies, we can find recourse elsewhere. I believe in family, and I have a strong family bond that I rarely miss a day without talking with a sanguin brother, sister or my mother. Many of my nieces, nephews and even cousins will tell you that I paid their tuition. I don’t know a single needy cousin whom I did not help, except if he or she wanted to double dip, take from both sides.
Therefore, I am aware of that verse. When Jesus was in Tyre and Sidon (current day Lebanon) ministering, his brothers, sisters and mother came to see for themselves the state of their brother and son, especially because rumors have been going around that he was demented. People quickly announced to him that his family was there. He then asked them, “Who is my mother, or my brethren?” To the shock of many, he pointed to his disciples and believers, saying, “Behold my mother and my brethren! For whosoever shall do the will of God, the same is my brother, and my sister, and mother.” Mk. 3:33-35.
I am sure that you have heard people say that blood is thicker than water. They mean that family ties are stronger than non-family ties. That is worldly wisdom. Divine wisdom says that “Water and spirit are stronger than blood.” Jesus said, “Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God. That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” Jn 3:5-6. The water here stands for the blood-physical birth, human relationships and spiritual birth is for being born-again.  We become a family as brothers and sisters in Christ due to the death of Christ. When we are born again, we are adopted into the family of God; henceforth, we are brothers and sisters in the Lord. Those who are older to be our parents are our fathers and mothers.
Sometimes it baffles me how a white Christian will have less respect for me, a black brother in Christ, but he/she will honor another white person, even if he is a criminal. For me, I consider the mothers, fathers in my church the same way I consider my own mother. I feel their pain when they say that they are sick the very same way I feel when my own mother says that she is sick. When a sister in church tells me their problems, I bear the burden just like I do with my own sisters because those who hear the word and practice it are members of the family of God, which I am part. Even within the physical realm, sometimes there is “a friend that sticketh closer than a brother.” (Prov. 18:24). These folks have different roles and he explains that, “A friend is always loyal, and a brother is born to help in time of need (Prov 17:17).” That is why, it is wrong for a Christian group to neglect their sister or brother in Christ simply because he looks or is different from them. They are there to help in times of need.  That is what a great Christian brotherhood does.
When white Christians ask me if I wanted to meet a black person or a Cameroonian, I seem to pity them (more than the non-Christians) because I see that they have not understood the bond that ties us together. They seem to feel that I would not be comfortable with them because they are white. They are my family. The other one is peripheral. If it happens that in my daily interactions I meet a Cameroonian or a black person, I am fine with that. However, it is not the color of one’s skin or their ethnicity that makes me comfortable around them; it is the spiritual bond which is demonstrated in how they practice their Christianity that makes me comfortable. They are my brothers and sisters. They are my mothers and fathers. They should make me feel comfortable by showing me the love of Christ. I will end with this anecdote.
Even my friendships are not made based o color and ethnicity. I make friends based on loyalty and honesty, no matter the color of one's skin. Many people are missing out on building a happy relationship and platonic friendship because they are so carried with this race thing. 
A few years back, the parents of a young sister refused her from dating, talk less of marrying a black man. They said that the black man will be of no good for her. Within 4 years, she dated and married 2 white men and both marriages ended up in divorce. The black guy they rejected is still happily married today to another white girl from another church.  Blood and water are thicker and stronger than just blood. Christendom should take note and keep it to heart. Who do you think would have been better for her: the white guys or the black guy? You make your pick. 

Until then, you are my family if you hear and keep the word of God.

St Arrey of Ntenako



“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Monday, July 17, 2017

Should Schools Resume in Southern Cameroons This Academic Year 09/2017-07/2018?


          If schools resume in Southern Cameroons, it will not be different from a runner who quits the race while he or she was almost on the finishline. The gains you make by not going to school and having better conditions in future for your posterity is better than the crumbs you will pick now by going to school in September. 
By going to school, you do not resolve the inequalities that exist between Southern Cameroon and other parts of Cameroon. We are not going to school because there are inequalities, and those inequalities have not been resolved. Why then are we going to school? 
Southern Cameroons still has dead bodies, freedom fighters in jail, and many are still prisoners of their consciences because they cannot speak their minds. Why then are you resuming school?
School boycott was to put pressure on the government and to draw international attention. The cameras are now on you, and you are running into the hellhole of comfort. In 5 years time, you should not come back again about ghost town or grievances. I supposed that by going to school, the government has settled all your grievance; otherwise, I will suggest that Operation Ghost Town continues until the government capitulates. 
Until then, I pray thee not to trample underfoot the blood of the freedom fighters who have gone ahead. 
St. Arrey of Ntenako. 

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Patrick Ekema, an epitome of a morally and spiritually bankrupt Cameroon


Patrick Ekema


On Patrick Ekema, an epitome of a morally and spiritually bankrupt Cameroon society , one must trace the genes of fraud as a social immoral  construct accepted as a norm in the Cameroon socio- religious and political culture.  Almost everything in Cameroon , East, North South or West  is a fraud. The church politics is a fraud ,so too is state politics.  

The Cameroon  Scholarship Board was a fraud under anglophones. Many students on scholarship to study in foreign universities had fake documents and grades.  The directors of the program abused the modus operandi of the program to send unqualified families and children of friends and colleagues overseas on scholarships. Many turned out to be academic nonentities. 

Since 1988 that I knew of the Cameroon Scholarship under anglophones, they  rejected the brightest students from poor backgrounds and gave their merited places to those who did not even come closed to the B grade.  The elite doctored the academic transcripts of their children and children of friends and sent their love ones  overseas on those scholarships when they did not qualify for them. 

So why are some of these folks acting strange on the Ekema Patrick guy when it is a system of fraud? The system is a fraud and lots of things happen through fraud. For instance all entrance exams into professional schools is one of the biggest frauds ever in Cameroon. We all know that only about 5 % of people who make it  into professional schools are meritorious. That only about 5 % were also selected for Cameroon scholarships abroad on academic merits. The rest has been through fraud. 

Who can deny  the fact that about  50 % of the candidates recruited into any professional school in Cameroon had to give a bribe in cash or in kind including but not limited to money, land or any property in exchange for admission to the extent that seating for the entrance exam was only a formality ? Who can contest this assertion ? 

 So let us trace back the power of fraudulent documents among Cameroonians at the level of Professional schools, Cameroon scholarships, award of degrees and employment. Let us think of all the fradulent documents many of you cameroonians living abroad have established in order to survive here in Europe and North America. 

How about fraudulent immigration documents ? How about fraudulent marriages for immigration papers ? So to me what some of them  are doing is sheer hypocrisy and a travesty of facts. Are they  decrying all these ills or they  are selectively targeting one man, Patrick Ekema ? How about the fraudulent activities of those who are here in the USA on political asylum and yet still supporting the same corrupt  people they claim persecuted them in cameroon? 

Please. Let us talk about all these frauds and not only focus on Ekema. 

How do we build a virtuous and free society ? 

Thanks, Jonathan Awasom

“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Saturday, July 1, 2017

Does God Prohibit Incest?


“Bishop tell me what you think. Should you turn in your parents if you realized you were conceived out of incest?”
I will start by contextualizing the story (which you can read here yourself). 32 year old Donna Price found out (through an aunt) that the people she has known as her parents from birth until this age were siblings. She conducted a DNA, and the results came back that the father is unknown, but the mother is the biological mother. However, she felt betrayed that these two siblings (who are half-sister and half-brother) had lived together. Consequently, she reported them to the police. The question they ask is “Was she right in doing that? Should you turn in your parents from a crime or sin like that?"
Jesus once said, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her (John 8:7).” What may be more egregious is the public spectacle she is making with her television rounds. It looks more like the Pharisees making a pompous round of honor after the death of Jesus. If there was a camera in her life 24/7, we will see that there are many laws that she has broken too. Notwithstanding, I will go directly into the theology of the saga.
The problem of incest is very complex. I want you to be open minded. Under the first four dispensations, God approved of incest. Yes, you heard me well. He did not condemn it. That is why God does not condemn Abraham when he married his half-sister-Sarah (Gen 20:12), Lot and his daughters had kids (Gen 19:35-38), Isaac and Rebecca were married (Gen 24: 1-4) and Amram- Moses’ Father married Jochabed-his aunt (Ex 6:20). Therefore, one married his half-sister, two had kids from their father, Isaac practiced endogamy, and the other married his aunt. There was not even a rebuke in any of them.
After Cain had killed Able, Adam and Eve had sons and daughters (Gen 5: 4). After Cain was banished from the clan, he became a wanderer. After Cain married, his wife got pregnant (Gen 4:17). They did not just have a child, but they had one who walked with God 365 years until God called him directly to heaven without him passing through death (Gen 5:24). It is certain that he married one of his sisters who was born after the death of Abel. People contend that this version is not true because there were people living before Adam and Eve. That is not what the Bible says, so we are not going to conjure.
Nevertheless, during the Dispensation of the Law, incest was elaborately forbidden thereiin (Leviticus 18:6-18; 20:11-17). Meanwhile, under the dispensation of Grace, it was not condemned. In the dispensation of Grace, Christs perfected the law. The law was now administered with equity-spirit. People have cited I Corinthians 5: 1-5. The condemnation herein was on fornication-illicit sex; it was not because it was his father’s wife. His father was still married to the woman, when he seized her from him. That is where the condemnation lies because God has always been against sex out of marriage. If incest was to take place in marriage, it would bear no condemnation.
In the dispensation of grace, there is no adoption or rejection of incest. The question then is, “is incest prohibited nowadays?” Although incest is not prohibited; it is not expedient. It is not expedient due to the unsavory health complications it brings. During the first four dispensations, their life span and health were robust, but we now live in a fragile state of unhealthiness that close sexual relationships will bring more complications. Paul said that all things are lawful, but all things are not expedian4t (I Cor 6:12; 10:23). Hence, incest per se today is not a sin (a moral wrong), albeit it is a legal wrong because there are laws against incest. In countries where incest is not prohibited, it is not morally and legally wrong.
Consequently, the young woman turning in her parents was being too overzealous and too over righteous, especially for a peccadillo like this which is not even prohibited in the scripture. Ecclesiastes 7:16 says, "Be not righteous over much; neither make thyself over wise: why shouldest thou destroy thyself?" Furthermore, her parents were half siblings and they got together without realizing that they were related. Once they did, they separated. Donna Price calling the police was totally pharisaical. Paul declared, “And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men everywhere to repent (Acts 17:30).” God has reserved a day when he will judge us all, and I am certain that he would have maintained the forgiveness he already granted her parents. More so, they are siblings, but only the mom is the biological parent. They go together by mistake. As such, going to the press is a money grubbing act rather than a righteousness act.

Until then, the young woman is wrong calling the police.


St Arrey of Ntenako. 
“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Sunday, June 25, 2017

“Do Americans understand what adultery is? What is Adultery? I was wondering if adultery is the same everywhere.”

From the movie: Adulterers. 
“Do Americans understand what adultery is? What is Adultery? I was wondering if adultery is the same everywhere.”

The seventh of the Ten Commandments states, “Thou shalt not commit adultery (Ex 20: 14).” The Ten Commandments is moral law; and moral law transcends cultures and ages. Consequently, adultery should be the same everywhere; albeit, it may have some cultural underpinnings. This lesson will define and demonstrate what adultery is, and it will use two case studies to show the errancy. Americans have a convoluted notion of Adultery. They think that adultery is when a married man has sex out of marriage.
However, it is important to realize the part that culture can play. If a spouse accepts her partner to have sex out of marriage, that is not adultery. It will correspond to the examples of Abraham and Jacob. Those are cultural examples.
Ab initio, adultery was when a married woman (not man) had consensual sex out of marriage; meanwhile, it was adultery to the man if he had consensual sex with a married woman. While the woman committed adultery just having consensual sex out of marriage, the man committed adultery only when he had consensual sex with a married woman. This definition explains why when the woman was caught in flagrant adultery, she was the one they wanted to lapidate and not her and the man (Jn 8: 4-5). It is probable that the man was married himself. The married man could have sex with a slave girl or housemaid, and it was not adultery. As a result, Abraham had sex with Hagar, and it was not considered adultery (Gen 16:1-4). We see the same practice when Jacob had sex with his handmaid: Bilhah (Gen 30:1-5). The married man could even have sex with a prostitute, and it was still not considered adultery. When Judah, in his search to sleep with a prostitute instead got Tamar: his daughter in-law pregnant, he was not faced with the punishment of death (Gen 38: 1-8). It was immoral (Gen 38:  26-27), but it was not a crime. This practice will continue until the days of Jesus, when he will upgrade it to be sex out of marriage for both men and women (Mt 5:27-28).
Adultery breaks the wedlock you put on the door against all other men and women on the day you were getting married because marriage is a bond in love that is sexually administered. Marriage is a covenant and not a contract. That is why ceteris paribus, it is unto death do us part. Therefore, when a single or married woman sleeps with a married man, both the woman and the man have committed adultery. In America, it is not so. They have a convoluted notion of adultery. They seem to think that the married man is guiltier than the tryst partner. Suffer that I use only two case studies.
During the Tiger Woods saga, there were many women who came out that they were sleeping with him.  All the ladies knew that Tiger was married, yet they went out with him. When it was exposed, Talk show hosts were honoring the ladies and paying them to appear on shows to tell their stories. They were glorifying the adulteresses, or perhaps they were glorifying their stories of adulteries. Do they forget that these women were adulteresses? No, it is just the way they see adultery. No matter how rich or popular the man is; it is still adultery, if he is married. I don't understand then why these women sleep with married men, yet they have tell all books coming out, which actually end up being bestsellers. That is a secret you take to the grave! 
With your permission, I will use the current situation with Bill Cosby. Many women say how they slept with Bill Cosby. They knew that he was married, yet they still went to bed with him. The popular opinion is that he is a bad person. Adultery is like a Tango dance; you can only dance with a partner.
Neither Tiger nor Cosby could have committed adultery by themselves; however, the fact that the women with whom they committed adultery are the ones lifted up the pedestal, it is wicked and callous.
Cosby’s harem in their quest for financial windfall and fame, accepted financial largess from him, called him 73 times, called him twice on Valentine’s Day to wish him one and visited him with bath salt, and they had sex many more times with him after they have claimed he assaulted them. This should be enough to discredit a woman in a country that sees adultery differently from the US. The burden is not only on the married man; it is also on the unmarried woman. She is an accomplice in breaking that bond.
If you do not have shame, at least you should have self-respect for yourself and keep it a secret. Adultery is one of those secrets you should take to your grave. The Americans do not see it that way; that is why they praise the unmarried women who were sleeping with the married man for coming out. Otherwise, why do TV hosts invite them to get such huge ratings? The fact that Bill Cosby even had a mistrial shows that the majority accept and condone the behavior of those women.
Nonetheless, when you commit adultery, you should confess ONLY to God, except if you were caught in the act. Are you shocked that I said that? You should walk with me slowly. Many people interpret James 5:16 wrongly. The verse says, “Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much (James 5:16).” This verse refers to character weaknesses. Those internal struggles we have. This is not in relation to sinning against one another.
It is a requirement to share our weaknesses, so we can pray and sustain each other. It is not about confessing our sins to one another. Furthermore, Jesus said, “Therefore, if thou bring thy gift to the altar, and there rememberest that thy brother hath ought against thee;  Leave there thy gift before the altar, and go thy way; first be reconciled to thy brother, and then come and offer thy gift (Mt. 5:23-24). This is for sins or peccadilloes that can be redeem with restitution. There cannot be any restitution with adultery, so you cannot and should not make any direct confession, except if your spouse caught you in bed and saw it himself or herself. Otherwise, it is like digging a big hole to fill a small one. You remembered that your brother has an issue against you. That means, he knows it. Else, we are saying that, if we do not confess all our sins to those we have hurt, then we cannot go to heaven. Who did the thief on the cross confess to before going to paradise with Jesus?
 If you sinned directly against someone and they know it, then you should stop your godly sacrifice, go to them and make peace. The keyword here is “Knowledge.” This is a sin that they are aware.
God locks the covenant and not your partner. That is why you confess to God and not to your partner in this case. Sins that we can make restitution are the sins for which we confess to one another and make it right. When Zacchaeus confessed to those whom he extorted, he paid them back fourfold (Lk 19:8). If you slept with someone out of marriage and you confessed to your spouse, you still cannot make it right. Will you restore your penis or vagina? That is why the Psalmist says, “Against thee, thee only, have I sinned, and done this evil in thy sight: that thou mightest be justified when thou speakest, and be clear when thou judgest (Ps. 51: 4).” God is the one who holds the bond, so each party keeps that bond to him and not to the other party. That is why people who know about marriage, know that a successful marriage is not 50/50. It is giving your best to God in that marriage.
Most couples I have known who committed adultery and told their partners, they ended up losing the marriage. Adultery is not an unforgivable sin, but some people never forgive the sin of adultery, no matter what confession their spouse does. Hence, it is unwise to confess in that situation, since it would breach the bond rather than bridge the love.

Until then, adultery is a sin you must take the secret to your grave.

St Arrey of Ntenako. 


“Bonyfish beware because the same net that caught the jawless fish, caught the cartilaginous fish” (Hamilton Ayuk). Beware earthly paradise seekers because there is a serpent in every paradise"(Hamilton Ayuk). "If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable." (I Cor 15:19). "It is not how well you know a person; it is how well you treat them that they will live longer and happier with you." Hamilton Ayuk. Idle people write, idler people read, and idlest people read and whine that idle people are taking their time (Hamilton Ayuk).

Southern Cameroons Should Keep Their Schools Closed For Their Own Good.

I hear talks of schools reopening because children can no more stay home. Is it that all those who were arrested have been released, or is...