Thursday, December 31, 2009


Earlier this year, Jeune Afrique created a power list that entrenched Cameroon’s reputation as a withering gerontocracy. But Dulce Camer is flipping the script with a record of 50 change agents that we believe are crafting a new and vibrant nation. Be inspired!


Anna Ngann Yonn (Kreyann)
The creative head behind fashion label, Kreyann, Anna’s style is pure and simple. Her rich, shimmery outfits are to die for!

Alain Martial Tapolo (Alain Martial Tapolo)
Alain Martial Tapolo pursued a degree in Sociology before embarking on his favourite social phenomenon, fashion. His pieces are haute couture and very “Givenchy”. Think timeless, fairytale-like and original.

Kibonen Nfi & Anrette Ngafor (KiRette Couture)

BEFFTA award nominees, Dulce Camer readers’ favourite Cameroonian designer, innovators, grafters and downright cool chicks. Kibonen Nfi and Anrette Ngafor’s chic spin on their native Western Higlands’ toghu has propelled the traditional garb to global prominence.

Maryanne Mokoko & Stephanie Mouapie (Côté Minou)
Winners of the first ever US-based African Fashion Award, this dynamic duo’s blend of traditional African and contemporary couture is elegant and refreshing.

Mario Epanya (Photographer)
Mario Robert Epanya is a Paris-based photographer whose affinity for figurative painting enabled him to breeze his way into the French fashion industry. He plans to put an African stamp on the Vogue institution by creating Vogue Africa magazine.

George Tyrone Eko (Stylist & Designer)
Move over Gok Wan, there’s a new fashionista in town and he’s Cameroonian! George T Eko is the stylist who is making waves in mode circles. His sparkly client list includes British long jumper, Jade Johnson. With the historic Camer Couture and London Fashion Week under his belt, there’s no stopping this business and finance graduate. When he is not busy running his GTE Styling company, George can be found working on upcoming coffee table magazine, LABB.

David Nso (Model)
If David Nso had become the doctor he planned to be, we’d be booking that full check-up straightaway! But we don’t mind, because we can check him out in anything from Gucci to Sean Jean. The new face of KiRette Couture’s is also swaggering his way to Hollywood. Roles in NBC series, Kings, Ugly Betty and the upcoming Sex and the City II ensure a bright future. Oh and did we mention he was voted Africa’s Sexiest Man 2009 by Jamati Online readers!

Naoumie Ekiko (Model)
An up-and-coming US-based model, Naoumie’s CV boasts a Keracare campaign. She has also graced the cover of Essence magazine.


X Maleya
Auguste, Roger & Hais are new rage on the Cameroonian music scene. With hits, Yelele, Bouge and Ndolo their status as the nation’s number one group is sealed.

Nabil Fongod
Co-owner of record label and clothing line, Third World Survivor, Nabil is a proactive and passionate hip-hop star with the right attitude to making it as one of Cameroon’s top exports.

What has not been said about Denzyl Ambe! A rising urban music star, his first single U stole my love away from debut album, E don blow captivated audiences across the globe. Bigger things await him!

Michelle Tabot
This sista’s soulful sound is reminiscent of Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey. Her voice is amazing and her talent, immense. Watch out for that new album.

Debra Debs
Amazing voice plus relaxed and a free spirit equals success. Debra Bilikha aka Debra Debs has the formula. A Jazz, Soul, RnB and hip-hop fusion artist, she was born to make it!

Sidney Tum
Winner of Africa Star 2008, Sidney is one of the most talked about newcomers in Cameroonian music circles. With a smooth voice and mesmeric stage presence, he is destined for greater heights.

Recording artist, record label exec, music producer and human rights activist, Wax is 100% focused and very passionate in all he does. Go Waxy go!

Blick Bassy
Soft, velvety sounds from Blick Bassy’s first international release, Léman (mirror) brought out the sexiness in his native Bassa language. With business skills to match those sharp looks, this former Macase member runs BB prod, the label which gave us hip-hop luminaries such as Koppo and Les Rap-Conteurs. We predict world domination for this assiko/jazz/ bossa nova/soul brotha!

Bertrand Eloundou
A terrific percussionist and crooner, Bertrand Eloundou’s jazzy bikusti style is a thrilling reminder of the genre’s dynamism. Dulce Camer has already bought his still-to-be-made album (lol)!

Emkal is the definition of art. This wordsmith/ musician/ photographer/ philosopher’s conscious and rooted style makes you stop and think.

Abe Gaston (aka Valsero)
The most controversial hip-hop artist in Cameroon, Valsero’s politically charged lyrics awaken the conscience. The prolific rapper also fights corruption with Swiss-based organisation, ACDIC. A tall order? Well he did take on the president!


Bernice Angoh Lakota
Bernice Angoh expresses warmth and emotion with enviable ease. Her first book, Lemonade Street, is an inspirational collection of poems. Bernice’s second offering, When a woman loves a man, is due out soon. When she is not busy writing, the über healthy wife and mother dabbles in business and photography.

Viola Allo
Nigeria has Chimamanda Adichie, we have Viola Allo. This immensely talented scribbler is as uncompromising as she is funny and food loving. Check out her widely acclaimed poem, A Cameroonian Husband in the Diaspora and more works at
DC predicts big awards soon enough.


Bebe Zahara Benet
Nea Marshall’s alter ego, Bebe Zahara Benet unleashes our nation’s unbounded side. An accomplished model, musician and Rupaul’s drag race winner, he has big plans for tackling the HIV/AIDS crisis in Cameroon.

Alex “Quest” Bede
A category defying artist, BEFFTA nominee Alex “Quest” Bede’s impressive portfolio includes an art directorship at Camer Couture 2009. He also co-wrote the script for Blick Bassy’s Maria video.

Shiri Achu
The eternal optimist, Shiri Achu’s art is inspired by unsurprising yet vivid moments, times, places and objects. We have no doubt she will draw her way to the world’s top galleries.


Shaznay Okawa
A model and actress already making her name in the Nollywood film industry, Shaznay has worked with top dogs such as Van Vicker, Jim Iyke, and Desmond Elliott. Warning: your screen might just blow up from too much Shaznay hotness!

DJ Lewat
A passionate and determined music connoisseur, DJ Lewat is fast becoming the most sought after record spinner on the Cameroonian party scene and beyond.

Soraya Sone
One-fifth of the talented makers of Camer Couture 2009, Soraya Sone’s eye for detail, strong organisation skills and artistic instinct make her a rising star on the events management and entertainment scenes.

Liz Oton
A bubbly co-owner of US-based events company, Fete Atelier, Liz Oton’s creativity and matchless flair breathe class into every occasion.

As de Coeur (Connexion FM)
His heady brew of global music and controversial topics keeps listeners hooked. Don’t miss As de Coeur on every Thursday from 8pm-9.30pm.


Paola Ndengue (Fashizblack)
Fashizblack is an online fashion magazine in a league of its own. No challenge is too high for its lady boss, Paola Ndengue’s killer heels.

Sophy Aiida
Unique, chic, fierce, talented, beautiful, passionate, determined, open-minded and destined for success, Sophy Aiida is an actress and broadcaster doing great things in New York.

Tito Valery
When it comes to culture and music, Tito Valery’s got the vibe. The 27-year-old pin-up is a star presenter at the Douala-based Spectrum TV.

Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo
This young environmental science graduate’s passion for social justice is infectious. Whether on her spellbinding TV programme, The Z Show, or running HIV awareness and women’s rights campaigns, Zoneziwoh inspires.

Fonka Mutta
A news reporter, who is making headlines of his own, Fonka Mutta is the youngest ever news anchor on Cameroonian state television (CRTV). He is currently our man at leading news agency, Reuters.

Dibussi Tande
No one does political commentary like Dibussi Tande. His razor-sharp, witty and on point analyses make Dibussi’s Scribbles from the Den blog a reference point. And that has not escaped the BBC. Check out his other love, Pala Pala magazine at:


Albert & Julie Ndjee
“Spice up your life,” may be a hit tune by a platform-clad girl band but Julie Ndjee and husband, Albert live the expression. With a million dollar business in Ultimate Seasonings LLC and several exciting culinary projects in the pot, we can’t wait to find out what they are cooking.


Clovis Asong (Athletics)
Our very own Usain Bolt, Clovis is the wonder kid who, only after one training session, slashed more than a second off the British under 15s record in the 400m race. He is also skilled at javelin, shot put, hurdles, long and high jump. Roll on 2016 Olympics!!

Françoise & Elizabeth Abanda (Tennis)
At just 12 and 15 years old, tennis hopefuls, Françoise and Elizabeth are dubbed Cameroon's answer to the William sisters. Elizabeth, the elder, has won several titles and ranks tenth on the Canadian under 18s list. Françoise, whose playing style draws comparisons with Serena Williams’, is strong, aggressive and fiercely determined.

Inongo Dalle Agbormbai (American Football)
Cameroon’s got game! And it is thanks to talents like Inongo Agbormbai, an offensive and defensive player for the John F Kennedy Cavalier team in Maryland, USA. His resilience, passion and a strong team attitude make for bigger wins.

Nehemie Etchu (American Football)
Nehemu Etchu is a nose tackle player for the Allen Eagles. The team ranks number one in Texas and is third in the US league. Hot chocolate running around a field? We’ll drink to that!


Melanie Ngangen
This tenacious mother-of-two was barely able to speak English when she moved to the UK in 2001. She beat language barriers to gain a nursing diploma and now heads Ensemble, a Manchester-based organisation aimed at promoting social cohesion and African values.

Juliet Kisob
A tireless community activist, Juliet Kisob never misses an opportunity to showcase Cameroon. She recently won an African and African Caribbean Achievement award and a gong for Best Radio Programme (Eava FM) from Leicestershire City Council.


Lucien Dissake
It is all about change and Lucien Dissake is a founding member. New movement, Un Autre Cameroun en 2011 seeks to do just what it says on the tin. Can we build a new Cameroon? Yes we can!


Celine Edimesumbe Loader
Multiple award winner, Celine Edimesumbe Loader aspires. From quitting her highflying post at Microsoft to founding Aspire magazine (Britain’s first publication for women of African descent) things can only get better for the executive producer of hit reality TV show, Dragon’s Den Nigeria.

Mambe C Nanje
He is under 25, ferociously ambitious and has a vision for Africa. IT entrepreneur and CEO of AfroVisionGroup, Mambe Nanje made Upgrade Magazine’s list of Cameroon’s most promising Anglophones. Let’s take that up a notch shall we? He inspires the nation and beyond.

Ashu Tabetando (Zorzy)
Zorzy’s smooth style belies a hardnosed businessman. The go-getting law graduate runs UK-based Zorzi Entertainment Ltd and U8 Recordz in Cameroon. He produced the movie, Find Her, Keep Her with award-winning comedian, Kojo.

Phebe Etchu
A fearless entrepreneur-in-the-making, Phebe Etchu strives to transform Cameroonian culinary culture with her unmistakable sense of innovation and style. Watch out Martha Stewart!


Kathleen Ndongmo
Her straight stalking and sharp style on the African Apprentice television programme made Kathleen Ndongmo a household name across the continent. These days, she flexes her business analyst muscles at Bank PHB, Nigeria.

Norman Taku
A pioneer with an unmatched love for the law, Norman Taku introduced Cameroonian law students to Moot Court competitions. The South Africa-based lawyer promotes human rights across the continent.


Ngu Atanga
Ngu Atanga’s focus and all-round brilliance propelled him to law school at Oxford University. With a glittery career on the horizon, he raises the bar for our young ones.

So, there you go the long awaited hot list for 2010!!
What do you think?
Please note that this is our choice for 2010 and although it may not have someone you think ought to be there we believe that what these 50 individuals are doing whether small ought to be recommended and encouraged.
Please send us names of people you think we may have left out and we will include in our file towards the 2011 list.
Thanks for checking the blog and thanks to all those who couldn't wait to see it!
Bebe Zahara Benet photo credit - Terry Hastings.

Stay sweet


Anonymous said...

2 high shool no-bodies as part of your list??? Are you kidding me? Have you heard of Ndamukong Suh??? APs college Football athlete of the year, #3 in heisman voting, and about to become the #1 pick overall in the coming NFL draft??? Is this a list of your buddies and family friends?

Anonymous said...

Great initiative but the list seems to imply that the future of Cameroon is only in entertainment and fashion. No mention of the ICT/information technology guys who are moving cameroon into the 21st century against all odds, no entrepreneurs (see recent issue of success story magazine), a non representative literature, academia and politics categories, no list of Cameroon's top bloggers who are democratizing information and giving the biya regime a real headache, etc.

Since the DC team is most versed with the fashion/entertainment aspects of Cameroon life, I would recommend that for future editions, they should work with experts in other fields to come up with a more representative list.

All in all, great list which has helped me discover lots of interesting Cameroonians.

Anonymous said...

The 2 previous comments just show how difficult it is to come up with a list that is truly representative... Suddenly, the Jeaune Afrique list of top 50 cameroonian personalities doesn't seem so biased and lopsided after all:-)

Anonymous said...

I'm liking the initiative DC! You cannot satisfy everybody. No one has claimed this to be THE LIST; the title says 'Dulce Camer's Top 50' and so it is their point of view.
In any case, we are all learning.
Way to go.

Dulce said...

Thanks for all your comments and most of all thanks to anonymous 7.21am for the brilliant advise...if you are going to criticise something it is better to advise on how to do it better next time.
Thanks Kamer for pointing out the fact that we cannot satisfy everyone, this is a DC list and obviously we do not know everyone from Cameroon!!
I am certain next year's list will be better and more representative because of this year's initiative.
Thanks again and Happy New Year 2010!!

Ndzulo said...

Very interesting list here showcasing Cameroonians doing great stuff around the world. I discovered many indeed.

For the 2011 top 50, I suggest you create 10 categories with 5 "nominees" per category. This will surely motivate many to improve on what they do, and the current Top 50 to work harder to remain at the top.

Congrats for your determination to make up this list and share it.

Dulce said...

Ndzulo, you said it!! Many many thanks for this feedback, much appreciated!
Stay blest and thanks for checking the blog...spread the word!

KamerBrussels said...

Good initiative. It is worth including you on my list of Top 50.

However, you may need to work harder next time in researching your list. It looked a tad too close to your mates and people on the internet.

For instance, did you say Fonka Mutta is the youngest ever ("ever") CRTV news anchor? I think a girl called Yoeh Esapepong read the news at an earlier age than Mutta and I think there are others that you may want to check well. I lived in Brussels for a while and knew a young Cameroonian who is a full-time employee and international correspondent of Reuters based there. U may want to check that.

I realise from reading your blog that you are very much into fashion, urban-music, and the arts. Maybe you could fine-tune your work to be "DC's Top 50 (young) Cameroonians in the arts and entertainment".

You are really good and seem a reference in that area. Your critical audience shall certainly respect your judgement in that domain. No need to compete with Jeune Afrique!

Keep flying the Kamer (Camer) flag. Such is what we expect from young Cameroonians. Good idea!

Dulce said...

Thank you KamerBrussels!
Thanks for reading the blog and for commenting too, much appreciated!
Like with any thing that is new, it does not have to be perfect and it lives room for improvement.
Please send me names of people you feel should be part of our nest year's list and we will keep on our file.
Our list was comprised based on people we have dealt with and seen to be doing a lot of work for their personal growth and the community's and of course we don not know the whole of Cameroon!!
Yes, you are right that this blog mostly centres itself on the entertainment/creative industries which we feel are under-represented in Cameroon and Cameroonian surroundings.
Thanks again and stay blest.

Anonymous said...

You put a lot of hard work into this and you should be recognized for that. This is only a sign of greater things to come. God Bless


Anonymous said...

I doubt which world the people of Dulce Camer live in. Did they pay any attention to politics in Cameroon, the plight of the Cameroonian people, and the many Cameroonians and organisations struggling for the institution of democracy and respect for human rights in Cameroon. Your list is surely based on personal relationships, rather than reality.

Dulce said...

Thanks anonymous 3.05pm for reading the blog and leaving your comments. We understand that there are people fighting for democracy and human rights as you rightly put it but are you trying to say that these other individuals who are doing these things should not be recommended and encouraged??
The are a lot of other Cameroonian blogs out there who commend and encourage those people you mentioned so at least let us (Dulce Camer)do our best to encourage these listed who are under represented.
And also, it is only through running this blog that we have come to know of all these fabulous people listed.
If you have names of people you feel should be on our list, please send to us and we will consider for 2011.
Thank you ans stay blest.

Anonymous said...

many thanks for ur comments guys. i'm glad we're talking. @ kamer brussels. please send us further details abt this young newsreader. she sounds interesting. inbox info to:


Anonymous said...

Good start, Ndmukong Suh is a big miss, Felix Leshey, the CAMSA-USA president guy for his Fall Bush program and books for Cameroon is also a big miss. Keep up the good Work, everything starts somewhere.

Anonymous said...

I salut your courage and initiative. But it's clear you have strong roots in the cameroon entertainment/media community and I suggest you brand your list as such. You risk loosing credibility, and interest by releasing a mediocre list like this one. I reckon it's your first attempt but you know many times there are no second chances...cradability is key and you just blew it on this...keep up the hard work (but work smart) and all the best in '10

Mambi. A said...

Why oh why do we always have to be so negative?
If you paid any attention, you will notice(as someone else mentioned), that DC leans more towards the Arts & Entertainment Genre). They are other Cameroonian blogs out there with different themes such as Politics, Education, Humanitarianism.
Thank you Dc for the list. It has been a pleasure following you this 2009 and I hope you guys keep up the good work in promoting "young talented cameroonians". One day I will be on your top 50:)

. said...

What can I say...Amazing Initiative!! Just to show that there are many many cameroonians both young and old, up and coming men and women doing great things for cameroon! what a year for Dulce Camer...and to think its ONLY one year old! Hopefully this will encourage more cameroonians, to stop being oh so negative, get up and DO something to bring POSITIVE recognition to their country. DC has done its own top 50 list, this is now your chance to do better and be part of this revolution...Instead of negative criticism without positive solutions, take an active role in the various Cameroonian events going on. Attend events like Camer Couture '10, volunteer your efforts if you can to do bigger things for cameroon. Put together programs to encourage awareness about cameroon in your own little communities. If you know someone you feel is doing something big for cameroon, get a BLOG (its free) and write about it. or shoot an email to DC, Banyangi girl, Kamer stories..etc and they'll blown trumpets about that person. Its time we support each other. CONSTRUCTIVE criticism is the way to go, learn it. A few people can't do it all alone. It takes a village to raise a SINGLE child. It will most def. take more people to raise a nation. With that said, DC and the people behind it, keep up the Great work! Those who made it on the list are def very encouraged to keep on trucking along!

Elie Smith said...


I can only salut your very noble initiative. If I am not wrong, this is the first time that you have published such a list. Naturally, you can't satisfy everyone, but the idea is good and should be encourahing. I am therefore looking forward to seeing the 2010 list.

Anonymous said...

yes ellie you're right, it's our first list. thank you for your comments. DC is all about informing people and promoting everything fantastically cameroonian. we believe did so with this top 50 compilation. many of them may not be famous or come from career backgrounds traditionally favoured by our society but it doesn't devalue their work or potential.

thanks too to all who have suggested names. we will definitely check them out. please feel free to email us as above and let us know how we can get in touch with these people.

the best thing is that we've got people talking! this exchange of ideas and action is what will get our nation going!


Anonymous said...

Small Business owners are largely forgotten. Thats why I only focus on them. I have experience several members of my family file bankruptcy due to small business failures. I also I suffered through 2 destroyed businesses due to failure however, in my failings I have learned some of the secrets to success. (Who can say they know it all?)

tito said...

Yu rock! Dnt stop!

Anonymous said...

Great job there Dulce Camer. However I must re-echo what others have said; your top 50 list has nothing on Science and Technology. Instead of waiting to be fed with information, please consider going out and getting the right information yourself. Please research properly and be ready to defend your list with concrete facts else your site will lose credibility. Hope to have a better 2011 Top 50 List. Good luck.

Zuzeeko Abeng said...

Great job! Keep it up!

MN Girl said...

Good job! Good start. Critisisms are supposed to make us stronger, not break us. Use them to your advantage to polish the rough edges. My only comments are that some of the descriptions are a little vague, eg, calling someone a rising star in the Arts or Lifestyle category doesn't really say much as to what they do or what makes them a rising star (I'm just paraphrasing). A little more info could go a long way. Also, having a dedicated proof reader could help reduce some of the "noise", like Houston for 'Euston', next for 'nest'. Besides that, keep it up! I am looking forward to your future postings.

MN Girl

Anonymous said...

Great job gurls. After managing to be at the top 50 i will be contacting Krimalthi who has some secrets for small businesses so that KiRette Couture can stay on the top 50 for ever. good job gurls. This is what this is all about. love u guys. Kibs

Anonymous said...

First thing that comes to mind when i go through this...'this is a highly botched list.' Nothing personal but knowing a couple of individuals on the list i do not believe they merit such a status. On the other hand this is a new project and perfection is the least i would expect. For future references, doing more groundwork, networking(most probably y'all did this already but to what extent?) will help you come up with a way better list than this. Congratulations on the effort and initiative. Atleast, there will be something positive to compete on.

Zoneziwoh said...

My greetings to all.
I have read in a brief, all the 26th comments; great ideas from incredible people. assuming i am / may not be simmering another heat - could somebody help clarify me on what should be done about the Kmer syndrome. yes! i called it a syndrome because it is chopping deep and even the unborn sometimes acquire it before they are put to birth.
This is a serious issue to be diagnose.
to elucidate, why should Cameroonians prove intelligence only as orators and never or hardly in the practical/ technical aspect of any incidents.
time has come to act more than speaking,please lets stand as one and defend that fatherland as said in the preamble of the country constitution.
who are we? great initiators, incredible inventors.
This is the time.
DC! courage!
i admire your bravery, keep up- you don't dare,you will never know you could.
My blessings.

Anonymous said...

too sad i am not on the list yet, didn't u know about Suzanne Africa?, a young Camerounian activist who's running all she got for the fight against aids? u should look out for her, that girl has been doing crazy and enormous things out there in the states. she is making us proud and she's fighting for a good cause and seems her own country doesn't know about her.
but the list is interesting, good job Dulce Camer...

Dulce said...

Thanks anonymous 1.04pm, we appreciate the name mentioned. We will investigate further.

Anonymous said...

this was a good article, although just like a bunch of people said, Ndamukong Suh is a much higher NFL prospect than any of the other guys mentioned. I like the Idea, I think it gives me reason to feel happy, that there is a bright future coming up. I also noticed that a lot of the people on the group are based outside the country, I do not have any issue with that, I just feel that, we should try and cover more people at home who are also just as influential to the development of the country. Above all, good job DC, I like the idea, two thumbs up

Anonymous said...

Great Job. I see the list is not complete. We are working to change that. Check this out:

LOVELINE said...


Anonymous said...

What about Arrey Kono in Germany - fashion designer about to blow everyone out of the water. Look her up instead of just listing your "friends".

Fashion Guru said...

reading through all the comments I was really disgusted by the negativity. This young lady took the time, research to put a list together. besides this is her blog. She is not perfect.

nonetheless, i really appreciate this dulce, i learned alot and i must say i was intrigue by what i learned. These are some of the things that make me proud and encourage me to follow my dreams.

Anonymous said...

I can see many are hating on DC because they are not listed LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLL wekee Cameroonians, WILL YOU EVA CHANGE???

nasco said...

I can see the reason why Cameroon is not moving and keeps one person on sit in the name of president for more than 25yrs. Those who think they can criticize why not site on the net and make your own blog and post and lets see what comes out. DC right or wrong KEEP IT going. Its not all you see on Google that is right and not everything CNN tells you its true. If you doubt check and see and also the choices being mad by BET, GRAMMY and CO is not what you and I think. So DC you have made your point so clear and all you need to do now is ask them to either correct you by giving you their info or go ahead and great their own blog. After all no limits on the net. We all can read, type and create so why condemn? At least you have done. How many people have sat and even thought about it. Even our very Cameroon doesn't pass out this kind of info. Why the hate...How do we plan to progress?

Cynthia said...

Great job done Dulce Camer. I am positively impressed. Keep up the good work.One person who should feature is Suh Ndamukong for his great achievement in NFL. Another person who should belong to this list is Mirabel Fonyuy for her lifestory, original and simple poems(, music ( and blogs. She is an inspiration to a lot of young African,Cameroonian girls.

Dulce said...

Thank you for all the positive feedback. We aim to continue with this initiative and inspire others to come out of their shells and do something positive.
Thanks again

Anonymous said...

Great initiative and please carry on the awesome job, regardless of the critics. Its meant to help you grow and your publication is work in progress.

That said, i do have a few people i would like you to research and include in your list if your judging panel sees them fit to be selected in your list of nominees. They are Dr Clotilde Sirri Suh(Norway),Ful Kuh George(Germany),Akong Charles European Union,Nsoyuni Lawrence (Cameroon)Dr Mahop Marcellin (London/Cameroon),Nyambi Kenneth (Sweden/Basingstoke UK).

Goodluck with your next list. I assure alot is expected of you and the task ahead is challenging. But hey you seem like the type of person who will up for it.

Ninot said...

I love to look at the glass half full than half empty. So ill say; its a good thing we are recognizing some people for a good job in whatever walk of life!

In the future we could also have an education/health tag on such a lists maybe?

Anonymous said...

Nice one!
But cant get to see russia on tha list check out ma boy DA DUCE reppin it down in RUSSIA

Ms Bates said...

I started off inspired until I started reading the comments, then freaked out by some of the blatant remarks.
Peeps politically correctness is helpful in our criticism coz you can easily kill a persons ambition, downright discourage them using the wrong words and where does that put us... back to square one.
I'm glad we got tons of helpful info, n I am looking forward to the next issue with all the tremendous help n info others have supplied, and even being on such a list in the near future . Thanks Dulce

Miya said...

Hi Dulce,
Great list u have got there. But in the future you could research and add George Esunge Fominyen who has had a succesful ride from CRTV to REUTERS and has a blog that is one of the top blogs by Africans. Check this out and it will lead to his site.
OR Just google his name and judge right.

Then Charlotte dipanda, best singer 2009. Rewarded in a 2010 award show cant be ignored.

Love ur work. keep it up and one day I know i will be a part of this list revealed through my work. Inspiring.

Dulce said...

Thank you all for all the encouragement and feedback. Thanks for the names too. We will be posting a list of categories for you to get voting for the talents you want to see in our list this year.
Thank you again!!
Stay blest

Anonymous said...

hi DC,

I think it's a great initiative it's your 1st try and you did great coming up with these young inspiring cameroonians. I noticed that among Cameroonians we do not support each other enough. We tend to say negative comments instead of constructive criticisms. I am not saying this only cause of this blog that I think is fabulous, but I went on and few other cameroonian blogs and I have to say we are NASTY to each other. We cannot appreciate when one of us is succeeding! That's sad but here are few people you can look up Antoinette Nana Djimou she's an athlete, Teddy Tamgho is the new triple jump world champion, Prince Momo promising soccer player from UCLA, Danielle Frankie Fotso former miss Cameroon USA, he's a little older Bertini heumegni he appeared in america's nxt top model and he has a movie coming out with helene of the nubians, Luc Mbah Moute milwaukee Bucks player, The fashionistas Cote Minou, the talented Sophy Aiida...and many more

Anonymous said...

ma ma mia my girl. Go ahead. You've done a good job. We must understand that no-one can ever satisfy everybody.