Nomads. The Memoir of a Southern Cameroonian
In Nomads, Emmanuel Fru Doh combines historical fact, legend, and rumour to emerge with a memoir charged with nostalgia. In the process, he merges scenes and events from several lives and the process of nation building as they all unfold and mature with the passing of time. It becomes obvious that these are somber moments in Doh’s life and that of the Cameroon nation, a nation that in recent decades selfish and reckless leaders without goodwill, foresight, or true love for the fatherland have succeeded in destroying. It all boils down to one fact: indeed, there has always been a socio-political agenda by the Francophone-dominated regimes, but it had nothing to do with building a truly united Cameroon. The plan has always been to tactfully subdue and eventually neutralize the Anglophone dimension of the union.
ISBN 9789956790890 | 168 pages | 203 x 127 mm | 2013 | Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon | Paperback
“Nomads offers the background, current issues, problems, and operational challenges of …a people bastardized by alien forces.”
- Professor Tatah Mentah Concordia University, St Paul, Minnesota