Sunday, November 30, 2008


Wow...nice topic, thanks KAMER!....Pourquoi je bloggue sur l'Afrique? Bon je te dirai pourquoi mais j'ecrirai en anglais parce que je suis en Angleterre at d'ailleurs, la majorite de mes lecteurs sont "anglophones" (No accents, English keyboard!).

Why do I blog on Africa - first of all like most of my fellow African bloggers, the first answer will be the same! I am an African first before anything else!
"Africa" is like the blood that runs through my veins, the thoughts that fills out my brain, the medecine that keeps me sane.
I am proud and patriotic - in fact, the older I get in my life, I see that I am becoming increasingly like an obssessed FANATIC!

I like to showcase, to promote, to advertise, to portray and to unravel the beauty and mysteries of Africa to the rest of the world.

Without "Africa" where would I be? Without Africa, I would have no background. Without Africa, I would have no heritage. Without Africa, I would have no culture. Without Africa, I would have no colour.

Without Africa, I would have no tradition. Without Africa, I would have no language. Without Africa, I would have no grandparents. Without Africa, I would have no family.

Without Africa, I would have no father. Without Africa, I would have no mother. Without Africa, I would be nothing. Without Africa, there would be no "ME"!

Bon, tu me demandes pourquoi je bloggue sur l'Afrique? Africa is my everything :- My past, My present and My future.
Ma raison est tres simple!
Now over to:
One LOVE to y'all


Anonymous said...

Aawww! Beautifully written! Thanks so much.
Now, for the meme to continue, u have to tag at least one other person ;)

Prince Hamilton said...

Idle people write, idler people read and idlest people read and complain that idle people are takign their time. So who is really idle? I just tagged Pat my friend. Whatever the case writing is a noble act mean only for thinkers.

Tresor De Beaute said...

Will be checking your posts. Keep on writing!!

Anonymous said...

beautifully expressed. v poetic.


Anonymous said...

I love your blogs. Simply Amazing. It's refreshing to meet fellow cameroonians and Africans in general who have not lost sight of their heritage. I'm looking forward to reading more of your blogs. Have a wonderful christmas