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    Website of the Literary Award established to honor the memory of BERNARD FONLON, the great Cameroonian teacher, writer, poet, and philosopher, who passionately defended human rights in an often oppressive political atmosphere.
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Comments

Shey Damasius Gamsi.

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Did the Authorities not have a word with you after this presentation? That was a very good speech with some truths that the powers that be may not want to hear. I have learned a few things from it on the history of jornalism in Cameroon. If Hitler had not started the war we may not be where we are now with these frogs treating us like second class citizens.
Hope the students take your advice and make a difference for journalism in Cameroon fo the future.
Regards,
Shey Damasius Gamsi from Angola.

Ray Bannavti

Great speech! Revealing and insightful. As always, there are a lot of unanswered questions about everything in Cameroon. Age should not and should never have been a deterrence to further one's education. When admission into most professional institutions in this case School of Journalism, has age as one the most determinant qualifications/requirements, experienced and specialty knowledge reporting from journalists is compromised. Hope your speech gives the director of the said institute some visionary thoughts into considering the elimination of the age requirement in admissions to the school.

Oliver Birnso

A good, precise speech, pregnant with a working, take-home message, to future journalists.

I agree with you that the days of general practice are way gone. Specialization is the key. I see many areas of information, education and entertainment that are still not adequately catered for, either in quality or style.

Today's journalist needs to be knowledgeable, creative and entertaining. To attain this, s/he needs to choose a niche in his or her comfort zone and get the necessary training so as to be able to satisfactorily fill the public yearning with a passionate drive.

Once more, in all, a balanced discourse, reflecting the reality in Cameroon

Hilary

That was great, especially the summary on the history of journalism in our country. You presented the situation as it is. Hope the students make a good use of it for its pregnant with wisdom, truth and lot of forsight. with this spirit in all domains our country has hope for the future.

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It shows us that journalism is no longer the preserve of those of you who have been to journalism schools. No. Anyone can now become a “journalist” these days.

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