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Tuesday, 28 June 2005


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Nzo Ekangaki dies, and there is scarcely a comment from comment-happy post readers! This man was huge (metaphorically speaking) in the 60s and 70s. He was also brilliant and became SG of the OAU during a very important time in the history of that organization, when it was focused on decolonizing the straggling Portuguese colonies in Africa, and tearing down apartheid. Unfortunately, he got involved with a certain "Tiny" Rowland and his company Lonrho (London-Rhodesia). The ensueing scandal led to his fall from that office. Then silence. Until now. What happened in those years? I hope he took time to use his brilliant mind to deconstruct in some memoirs the disaster into which he and other avid unificationists took the Southern Cameroons. I hope that is what that silence meant.

To revisit my first sentence. It is incredible that there is not more commentary about this. Vanity! It is all vanity! Makes one think a lot about how one lives, because anybody could be forgotten. How often does the name of the late dictator, Ahidjo cross anyone's lips on any given day.

May he rest in peace.

lilley ekangaki

hi and i must say i like the biog. of my dad.sorry i cant tell if this is a comment but,i'll like to know that scandal that led to his fall and what you mean by 'silence until now'.also,what disaster did he and the other unificationist take the Southern Cameroonians into.

Sandra Forlemu

RIP grandpa!!

Michaelle Soucy

Dear Jackie and Brunhilda Ekang Ngaki,
Although it is five years late I would like to present you with my condolences with regard to the death of your father. I remember sitting at the table with him and having dinner at your house in Yaounde when we were both students at the International School of Yaounde. I was surfing the web and came upon this story and was truly touched.
I hope you and Brunhilda still remember me Michaelle and my sister Pascale. We still hold you dear to our hearts despite all the years of separation. PLease contact us at or if you get this message.

Belstaff Bag

well this blog is great i love reading your articles.

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