Tuesday, 3 May 2016


G4S Cameroon

CAMEROON G4S staff shortages is resulting to serious overworked and inexperienced workers falling asleep while in charge of providing security against dangerous criminals.

Inadiquate recruitment procedures, inadiquate or no training provided, low salaries as compared the risk involved, workers are left on sites for more than 24hrs against their wish during weekends due to shortage of effectives. with all these falures in their HR management system, an you believe this year the that the TOP EMPLOYERS INSTITUTE awarded G4S Cameroon as the Top Employers Cameroon 2016 and Top Employers Africa 2016 certification? According to their comprehensive independent research, G4S Cameroon provides exceptional employee conditions, nurtures and develops talent throughout all levels of the organisation and has demonstrated its leadership status in the HR environment, always striving to optimise its employment practices and to develop its employees. GOD! I aske myself which methodological process did they use in getting to this absolutly false conclusion.

An average G4S security guard in Cameroon is on 47 000Francs CFA a month. no sick pay, no over time paid either and no insurance coverage.

While on the other hand, supervisors and directors sit in their offices and gain a salary of 800 000 Francs CFA monthly.

You know how much it will cost you to get G4S security service ? (which is one guard at night and the other during the day) 327 000 Francs monthly. untill last year this could be paid in cash but due to changes in accounting law in Cameroon cash is no longer accepted (cheques or bank transfers only now accepted)

I therefore I strongly advice a TOUBOURI is better trained and equiped in guarding your home or company than a guard from G4S Cameroon.

Monday, 25 April 2016


NOW KOFFI'S everlasting enemy? How do you reconcile with this?

Papa Wemba dies as Koffi's enemy. He vowed while still alive never to speak to Koffi Olomide who was once a member of Viva la Musica group , Wemba's orchestra. Wemba publicly disclosed his deep hatred for his onetime "protégé", even called him names and recently created an association of Congolese artist and excluded Koffi's membership. Both men where at daggers drawn. However it is clear today Koffi has learned a bitter lesson with this sudden death of his one time mentor...let us love and reconcile with each other while still alive because no one knows the day, the time or the hour. Thanks to my close source for this.



Dear friends please forgive for saying this, but I trongly believe Cameroon has sold its shame and bought an evalasting disgrace.

This photo here is a banner hosted in the living room of the 4th floor in the Cameroon Embassy in France . It clearly states that, the CPDM militants should say yes to another nomination of Paul Biya in the 2018 presidential election.

I beg I am shamed and appaled...

King of Congolese Rumba:Papa Wemba died of a heart attack.

According to LCI news yesterday afternoon, the king of Congolese rumba:Papa Wemba died of a heart attack. He collapsed on stage during his concert at the Urban Music festival in Abidjan Cote D' Ivore. His death was actually pronounced yesterday late afternoon. He was 66 years old. RIP

Saturday, 16 April 2016


Despite modern innovation, numerous international funding and aids in making contraception  widely available and free of charge in Cameroon, it is catastrophically astonishing that approximately 63 percent of sexually active Cameroonian women who want to avoid pregnancy do not have access to a modern form of contraception, according to a recently report by the Guttmacher Institute and the French Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

Effective, Around 6,000 Cameroonian women die each year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth. A tragic figure, representing the reality of living in a country with one of the highest maternal mortality ratios in the world, with 782 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. But, according to the report, “Benefits of Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Cameroonian Women,” nearly 30 percent of these women did not want to become pregnant in the first place.

Women cite several reasons for not using contraception, including the lack of adequately trained health care providers, frequent unavailability of contraceptive supplies, and limited choice of methods. As a result, they are at risk for unintended or mistimed pregnancies. The poorest women are especially at risk, with 90 percent of them at risk of an unwanted pregnancy. On average, the poorest women in Cameroon have two more children than they report wanting. These women are also the least likely to have access to quality obstetric care.

About 36 percent of unintended pregnancies in Cameroon end in abortion, but restrictions on the procedure force women to resort to clandestine, potentially lethal methods of abortion. However, according to the report, if the need for contraceptives for all women were met, there would be a 75 percent decrease in unplanned births, abortions and miscarriages. The lives of 1,300 women who die in pregnancy and childbirth would be saved each year, and there would be 13,000 fewer infant deaths annually. Additionally, each dollar spent on contraceptive services would save the Cameroon health system $1.23 on maternal and newborn care.

FEMINISM should it be embedded in our Cameroon society?

I have realized many Cameroonians, particularly young illiterates [and literates] have never come across that word. Each time I mention the word to people I am not familiar with, their actions make me understand that they are either hearing the word for the first time or have heard it in passing and have not stored it in their minds because it does not have any meaning to them.

When they are told about the basics of feminism, they waste no time to criticize the feminist ideology of women and men being equal undergrounds – that it is against the will of God. We must acknowledge the fact that our society is a little bit behind in terms of knowledge and understanding of feminism, women's rights and human rights.

Most men will agree women are important, but will argue they are important for "the purpose of men".

Men feel like women already have what they need to have; most of them go to school, work and earn some money to support their families. However, some men feel like women do not deserve to achieve anything that will instill in them a feeling of fulfillment and importance because they believe women will not dance to their tune. Other men neglect or do not understand the aspect of psychological oppression and its impact.

Now let's ask ourselves this question: "Is the problem of female marginalization a thing of the body or the mind?"

It is through this question that we will successfully trace the problem, address it, change minds and social attitudes. It is through this question that we will know how to go about telling men feminism is important and be able to explain how important it is to empower women.

Our people should be informed about the benefits of women taking part in decision-making, choosing what they are good at and be allowed the opportunity to do it, etc.

Friday, 15 April 2016

Vodafone Ghana has a new HR Director

Vodafone Ghana has a new HR Director: Hannah Ashiokai Akrong. She was appointed  effective April 1, 2016.

Previously from Honeywell in the United States, a Fortune 100 company where she had global HR management responsibility for teams in the United States, Europe and the Middle East.

Hannah is taking from Stella Agyenim-Boateng, who  voluntarily left the company March 31, 2016, after 8 years with Vodafone and 20 years with the erstwhile Ghana Telecom company.

But who is Hangar Ashioka Akrong?

Hangout and party with Peter of P-Square

Do you Want to hangout and party with Peter of P-Square on Saturday while watching the Manchester City- Chelsea game ? 

We know your answer's YES! 


Hurry now and purchase two 400 gram packs of Olympic milk from the following selected outlets to get a ticket! 

Selected outlets:

Shoprite: Jakande, The Palms. Ikeja and Surulere.

Spar:Illupeju and Adeola Odeku.

While you watch the match with Peter, one super fan will WIN A TRIP TO ENGLAND TO WATCH Manchester City Football Club play live! #OlympicFanRave


Hmmm bricolage is our anthem right?

After serious rainfall yesterday, VIP passengers and airport pesonels discovered the roofing in the VIP lounge was seriously  leaking in many areas. Chaiiiiiiooòooooo Cameroon hmmmmm.!!!!  Quality control is certainly not in our dictionary eh huh. And to say the transport minister was there few days ago to carry on the innoguration. Heh heh...

Thursday, 14 April 2016

New Cameroon Ambassador for France.

New Cameroon Ambassador for France. What a surprise for Sumuel Mvondo Ayolo who was Cameroon Ambassador for Gabon.  He certainly wasn't expecting to be skydived to Paris as a result of the new presidential decree out this week Monday.
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