Monthly Archives: October 2013

“AFTER THE ROBE”

When the most trusteds become disappointments; Endless love/friendship ends North goes east and west goes south, The only way forward is no retreat Cos He who died on Calvary cross liveth. When HYSACAM feasts on your hard-earned dossiers; The hollies … Continue reading

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IBiNS Trainee grabs first stage of TVe Biomovies 2013

A Trainee of the Institute of Biodiversity and Non-Profit Studies (IBiNS) has succeeded in the first stage of the TVE biomovies the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development Category. Ms Blessing Tata, specializing in Agroforestry won this first stage in … Continue reading

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EMINENT INCREASE IN CHIMPANZEE AND ELEPHANT IN MAK-BETCHOU RAINFOREST

There has been an interesting development in the population of the Nigeria-Cameroon ChimpaNzees and elephants in the Mak-Betchou forest, Lebialem Highlands of the SW Region of Cameroon. This information was uncovered by a survey carried out on chimpanzees, gorillas and … Continue reading

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“Real Salvation”

“Real Salvation” It isn’t about immersion To earn a heavenly passport After internalizing dogmas It isn’t about your honey to Pastor All Weather To exonerate self in the eyes of man After killing a lion like Samson of old It … Continue reading

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HOME SWEET HOME; The Rainforest

There is no place in this world as sweet and comfortable as the rainforest and mountain slopes to the Cross River gorilla. The Cameroon Forest (Lebialem Highlands, Takamanda National Park, Mone forest reserve, Mbulu Forest of South West Region and … Continue reading

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WILDLIFE PREDATOR METAMORPHOSED INTO WILDLIFE PROTECTOR

Change they say is the only constant thing in life. Who could ever imagine that this die-heart Bechati Trapper/hunter, Jacob Adong, earning a daily income of not less than 12,000 FCFA from wildlife sales, will ever retreat from hunting talk … Continue reading

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EXPERIENCE THE AFRICAN RAINFOREST

There is no better experience than taking time off the daily bustle and tussle of life to camp in the rainforests. The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) has since 2008 had over 55 persons coming from different parts of … Continue reading

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