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Ebenezer Akwanga: A case for compensation

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The 1.5 Billion Franc CFA Compensation for Ebenezer Akwanga the Government of Cameroon does not want to pay. By Francis Ngwa in London, UK. Five years after the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva, Switzerland recommended that the Cameroon government among other things, pay compensation to former political prisoner Dr. Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, it

Never Again – Ending The Scourge of Slavery in Africa


The story of slavery most often than not have told by descendants of those who organized, perpetuated and benefitted from this worst of all evils mankind has imbued upon itself. In Africa, it is the story of how a people, because of their sheer physical strength and colour of their skin became the ever-churning wheel

Italy and the Vatican Must Repent Their Crimes against Ethiopia


Italy and the Vatican Must Repent Their Crimes against Ethiopia for the Sake of All Mankind in the Struggle against Genocide and Terror By Dr. Jonathan Levy, Legal Advisor to GAJEC (The Global Alliance for Justice, the Ethiopian Cause) & to the ebenezer akwanga human rights and humanitarian institute (eahrhi). “Those who cannot remember the

LESNUME Academic Development Scholarship


LESNUME ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT SCHOLARSHIP: My name is Leonard-Spencer Nembu-Meka Akwanga, Jr and I am 9-years-old. LESNUME represents my first and middle name and am glad for those who are the first recipients of this scholarship. The idea of helping underprivileged children in Africa came to me when I was in South Africa with my Dad

Early Child Marriage and its Impact on the African Girl-Child


Globally, we can sense a new wave of feminism and female emancipation. In every corner of the world, figures like Malala Yousafzai and Jaya Dukureh are standing up and are letting the world know of the injustices girls and women face. From female genital mutilation, to child marriage, to the lack of educational and job

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I am not interested in picking up crumbs of compassion thrown from the table of someone who considers himself my master.  I want the full menu of rights.  ~Bishop Desmond Tutu, quoted in ‘You Said a Mouthful’ edited by Ronald D. Fuchs By a divine paradox, wherever there is one slave there are two.  So