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Africa’s Political Wastelands

2008, author(s)-editor(s) Emmanuel Fru Doh

The Bastardization of Cameroon

Africa’s Political Wastelands explores and confirms the fact that because of irresponsible, corrupt, selfish, and unpatriotic kleptocrats parading as leaders, the ultimate breakdown of order has become the norm in African nations, especially those south of the Sahara. The result is the virtual annihilation of once thriving and proud nations along with the citizenry who are transformed into wretches, vagrants, and in the extreme, refugees. Doh uses Cameroon as an exemplary microcosm to make this point while still holding imperialist ambitions largely responsible for the status quo in Africa. Ultimately, in the hope of jumpstarting the process, he makes pertinent suggestions on turning the tide on the continent.

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ISBN 9789956558629 | 200 pages | 229 x 152 mm | 2008 | Langaa RPCIG, Cameroon | Paperback