This is one of the easiest things you will ever make in your entire life! Yet, they are classy and you can use them to speak the language of love in a very special way. Whether you are single, married, divorced or widowed, these pancakes will melt your heart.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Months ago, I transcribed a viral audio of testimonies recounted by Cameroonian girls who went to seek financial security in Kuwait but were turned into slaves. You can read that HERE. I followed that with a report digging deeper into the Kuwait saga with pictures and a video. My stories led the brother of the lady pictured above in her maid attire in Kuwait, to contact me. Her name is Awah Francisca Mbuli and Kuwait represents a very dark stage in her life. Thankfully, she is back in Cameroon and seeking ways to sensitise people against falling into the Kuwait trap. I have been in touch with her for a while now and she recounted her story to me. Her story gave me goosebumps. Read below:
Monday, February 8, 2016
Oh-la-la! Somebody say, Ndole! Ndole, how I looove Ndole! This meal which originates from the Littoral region in Cameroon consists a perfect culinary marriage of vegetable (bitterleaf) and protein (groundnuts/peanuts).
Sunday, February 7, 2016
Valentine's day is just around the corner so hearts are throbbing and preparing to celebrate a day that is also known as lovers' day. For the married, this sounds like the perfect opportunity to have mind-blowing sex. You know, the kind of sex that your spouse cannot forget in a hurry! Let go of every inhibitions, hurt or anger and have some very legal pleasure. Here are some tips:
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
As I approached the hall, my heart was thumping like a series of earthquakes inside my chest. Only this time, the earthquakes were not like those that overtook the town of Buea when one of Africa's largest Volcanoes, Mount Cameroon, erupted. Those earthquakes had left cracks in walls, cracks in fearful families and totally redefined the essence for its witnesses in Buea, a small but mighty town in Cameroon.
Here I was in this same town, experiencing a mimic of earthquakes within my body due to uncertainty. I was not sure if I was going to the right place but I went anyway. I had heard tales of how people went to "places" and got bewitched. I didn't want to be a part of that statistic. As I approached the building, the sight of swagged up gentlemen in black suits greeted me. They looked normal and hospitable enough to change my thumping heart into mere fast heartbeats.