Ndian Division. A Neglected Treasure ( By Andrew Edimo )

A common saying goes that the deeper a treasure is buried, the more anxious the pirate is to get to it.But that is not the case with Ndian Division, which is a treasure neglected. Part of the beauty of the Korup National Park here, the [...]

Ndian Division. A Neglected Treasure ( By Andrew Edimo )2017-10-09T16:11:52-04:00

Education in OrokoLand ( By Jackson Nanje )

As Oroko people, we have suffered a lot. Oroko clan has a total of 227 villages scattered in two divisions (Meme and Ndian) with a population of Ndian division well over 130,000 people based on the 1975 censors. Probably estimated today at about 200,000 people. The [...]

Education in OrokoLand ( By Jackson Nanje )2017-10-09T16:11:01-04:00

My Proffer for the First Oroko World Conference ( By Andrew Edimo )

Since the idea of organizing an oroko world conference came into existence in the circle of Oroko Cultural Association - USA, until when it was agreed that it is a project worth perusing during an executive meeting in Maryland, some years ago, I have being [...]

My Proffer for the First Oroko World Conference ( By Andrew Edimo )2017-10-09T16:10:22-04:00

‘Welcome” in hindsight, is an Oroko contradiction. ( By Loius Etongwe)

The last time that I checked the Webster dictionary of the English language, unabridged edition; “Welcome” which also means ‘Oroko’ in our ancestral derivation; is to greet hospitably with courtesy and cordially? ‘Welcome’ also means to accept with the occurrence of…or receive gladly into ones [...]

‘Welcome” in hindsight, is an Oroko contradiction. ( By Loius Etongwe)2017-10-09T16:08:42-04:00
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