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March 08, 2009


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Dr. J

You write "While Cameroonian male bloggers focus almost exclusively on politics, Cameroonian female bloggers generally shy away from la chose politique". I do not think the word "shy" is appropriate here. Personally, I do not "shy" away from politics, but I have "chosen" not to make it a focus on my blog though I may touch on it every now and then.


Is it not possible for a person to choose to "shy away" i.e. "refrain from" doing something? Sounds like the same thing...


whatever the case, thanks Dibussi for the list. These women are definitely "pretty young things"!


Apart from R E Ekosso's blog which I find interesting , I have not visited any other blog in this list, partly coz I didn't know them. Thanks for presenting them. I suspect the blogs of Mabi Azefor Fominyem (is she married to George?)and Dr Joyce Ashuntatang are going to be 'enjoyable' as these are very intelligent women in their fields. I hope I'm gonna find time to also visit the others.


Thanks for this list of blogs. Can't wait to check them out.


Hi Dibussi,
Thank you for speaking about my french speaking blog here. I'm amazed and grateful. Thanks again !


Thank you for featuring Dulce Camer on your list...our aim is to uncover the many talents that Cameroon holds and to bring this to light by way of interviews, press releases, vidoes, pictures etc etc
We hope that by focusing on its talents, Cameroon will gradually get the wider recognition that it deserves....Cameroon Obosso!
Thanks again


Menoosha, Fela was not "slightly sexist". As much as I love his music, he was the epitome of sexist. You could put his picture next to the word in the dictionary and forget the words. Are you the daughter of THE Dr Susungi?

Pen 2 Net

There should be more Cameroonian ladies willing to blog than the list portrays. However, most of them are scared not of content but technical know-how.
If you are one of them, you can join www.pen2net.com and have Uncle Che set up a free blog for you and take care of all the technical details you can't handle.

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