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Ghost Town Palava

Ghost Town Palava

By Constance Ejuma
Stories about the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon, its origins and its impact on the English speaking minority of a bilingual Central African country still grappling with its colonial history. Hosted by Constance Ejuma.
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5. Police Brutality and the Tragedy of Caro Louise Ndialle
Caro Louise Ndialle, a 5 year old girl on her way to school, was shot to death by a gendarme officer in Buea on October 14th, 2021. Cameroonian filmmaker Anurin Nwunembom provides insight on how that day unfolded and what motivated citizens to lynch the officer as the Anglophone Crisis reaches its fifth year. Produced by: Constance Ejuma Reference notes: Anurin Nwunembom - https://www.instagram.com/artnurin/ Under Belle237 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lYKI9mB6l0 Witty Minstrel: https://open.spotify.com/artist/01QcCuN1xm9RPnXEqtg0Xr DW: https://www.dw.com/en/dw-news-africa-with-christine-mhundwa-15-october-2021/av-59522722 France 24: https://observers.france24.com/en/africa/20211015-anglophone-cameroon-police-officer-killed-4-year-old-girl-checkpoint Follow Ghost Town Palava on Instagram: @ghosttownpalava Visit Justice For Cameroon to learn more about the crisis and how you can help: https://anglophonecrisis.carrd.co/
42:26
October 29, 2021
4. We Don't Take Sides
Ndo Cater is a journalist who in spite of claiming neutrality, was accused of being a traitor by both the military and separatists. After being subjected to torture for his efforts to help civilians, he received death threats and was ordered to leave his home. Produced by: Constance Ejuma and Nkanya Nkwai Follow Ghost Town Palava on Instagram: @ghosttownpalava Visit Justice For Cameroon to learn more about the crisis and how you can help: https://anglophonecrisis.carrd.co/
24:11
September 30, 2021
3. God, I'm At Your Mercy. Rescue Me.
Mrs. Akuphe Christiana Yah, a respected educator, high priestess and leader in her community, was abducted by militant Separatists in the North West Province of Cameroon and held captive for over 2 months. Though she lived to tell the story of the horrors she experienced in the heat of the Anglophone Crisis, she's bound to deal with the trauma from the ordeal for the rest of her life.  Produced by: Constance Ejuma and Nkanya Nkwai Follow Ghost Town Palava on Instagram: @ghosttownpalava Visit Justice For Cameroon to learn more about the crisis and how you can help: https://anglophonecrisis.carrd.co/
22:00
September 19, 2021
2. We Don't Know The Real Enemy
Kwah Ignatius Mboye, a teacher in Ako in the North West Province of Cameroon, shares the story of a close encounter with militant Separatists. After months of enduring harassment and blackmail, he eventually fled to Nigeria when it became apparent that his life was in danger. His is one among countless stories of the terror experienced during the Anglophone Crisis.  Produced by: Constance Ejuma and Nkanya Nkwai Follow Ghost Town Palava on Instagram: @ghosttownpalava Visit Justice For Cameroon to learn more about the crisis and how you can help: https://anglophonecrisis.carrd.co/ 
20:21
September 12, 2021
1. Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis: An Introduction to Ghost Town Palava
Welcome to Ghost Town Palava, a podcast about Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis, its impact on those living in the conflict zones, and what’s being done to not only support the victims, but to also address the underlying causes of the problem. This episodes discusses the inspiration for the podcast, shed some light on the ongoing conflict taking place in Cameroon and provide some historical context for its origins. Produced by: Constance Ejuma  Follow Ghost Town Palava on Instagram: @ghosttownpalava To learn more about the Crisis and how you can help, visit https://anglophonecrisis.carrd.co/#LearnMore or look up the hashtag #EndAnglophoneCrisis on social media. 
16:49
September 07, 2021