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George Esunge Fominyen · October, 2011

I am journalist and blogger based in Dakar. I used to be coordinator (Manager) of the Multi-Media Editorial Unit of the PANOS Institute West Africa (PIWA) in Dakar, Senegal. I enjoy reviewing books and blogs as well as watching and analysing football (soccer).

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Latest posts by George Esunge Fominyen from October, 2011

Cameroon Reacts to Presidential Election Results

Humour, outrage, allusions to Muammar Gaddafi's demise and calls for peace have dominated online reactions to the official results of the Cameroon presidential election, which won by the incumbent, Paul...

Cameroon: Anglophone Nationalism Pops-up Ahead of Elections

As presidential candidates campaigned ahead of the 9 October polls in Cameroon, supporters of English-speaking separatist movements attempted a protest on 1 October in Buea the former capital of British-controlled...

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