Opinion: How not to make exclusion endemic in Cameroon

 By  Cyprian Ntiamba Obi Ntui One of the key principles highlighted in the preamble of the constitution of Cameroon is that of building a nation where fraternity, justice and progress remain the focal point of leadership at whatever level. As if to say that these are mere words that were meant to becloud the expectations, hopes and aspirations of the naïf ones who sit at constitution-drafting tables, what we see on ground and what is factual negates the very spirit of these ideals. In practice and in reality, Cameroon is a country where various forms of institutional and or unofficial exclusion are not only allowed to persist, but are encouraged, fostered and reinforced with every passing day. This is done by ...

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