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Reymond Njingti Budi
Reymond Njingti Budi
Lecturer
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I am Budi, Reymond Njingti. I hold a PhD in Political History and International Affairs from The University of Bamenda, Cameroon. I am passionate about research and my research interest border on Identity, Integration and Disintegration issues plus Political Dynamics. I have a nascent but bumper professional credential dating back to 2016. I am also the Manager of the African Online and Publications Library (AOPL).

Identity and Resistance in Nigeria's Southern Cameroons, 1922-1961

The Book interrogates the bases of the shared identity between the two distinct peoples of the grasslands and southern coastal regions that fell under British administration following the Anglo-French...

Colonialism, Ethnic Disintegration and Clan-Based Politics, among the Mbum of the Bamenda Grasslands-Cameroon, 1916-1961

This paper argues that colonialism bred the phenomenon of ethnic disintegration among the Mbum leading to mutual suspicion among the various clans. The Mbum constitutes one of the major ethnic identities...

Age and Parliamentary Politics within the Opposition and Ruling Parties in Cameroon’s North West Region, 1992-2013: Interrogating the Bases for Youth Marginalization

The recent years has witnessed a general decline in youth participation in politics all over the world. While some scholars blame the phenomenon on youth’s cynical attitude towards politics, others...

The Anglophone Question in Cameroon: Historical Context and Evolution from “Everyday” Resistance to Armed Conflict, 1961-2017

Since 2017, English-speaking regions of Cameroon have witnessed armed conflict in its towns and villages with far-reaching repercussions. This is perhaps one of the worst endogenous armed conflicts in...

Congregationalism and Multiplicative Church Planting within the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC), 1946-2018: Focus on the Bamenda Urbanity

The Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) distinguishes itself not only as the pioneering evangelistic mission in Cameroon but also by its Indirect Administrative chain of command known as the Congregational...

The Protection and Integration of Displaced Persons within the Kadey Division of the East Region of Cameroon: Measures, Challenges and Impact

Among the seven Divisions of the East Region of Cameroon, the Kadey has been referred to as “a new haven” and has acted as a sanctuary to Internationally and Internally Displaced Persons...

GROWTH AND ILLICIT PRACTICES IN INFORMAL PETROL TRADE IN CAMEROON: ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION OF OFFICIAL TEXTS

Since the occurrence of the economic whammy that racked many African countries in general and Cameroon in particular, the phenomenon of informal trade became a quotidian practice. From the mid-1980s,...

SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS IN NIGERIAN POLITICS 1922-1961: RESISTANCE TO POLITICAL DOMINATION

The British administrative policy in Africa and Cameroon in particular was generally guided by selfish political, economic and social motives. This informed their decision to administer the British...

Divided at Home, United Abroad: Assessing the Bases and Impact of Intra-Mbum Integration in the Mambilla Plateau of Nigeria

This paper focuses on analyzing life in Mbum communities in the Mambilla Plateau of Taraba State1 in Nigeria particularly in the towns of Gembu, Nguroje, Maisamari, Jalingo, Kakara, Furmi, Yerrmaru...

Dynamics of Humanitarian Assistance to Refugees in the East Region of Cameroon: The Case of Frontline Villages along the Cameroon-Republic of Central African Boundary

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Caught between scylla and charybdis? assessing the practice of journalism in Bamenda-Cameroon during the anglophone crisis, 2016-2019

A casual observation of journalistic practices around the world reveals deep-seated abuses on journalists and media organizations. While this is a universal state of affair, the situation in Africa...