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I like this website so far. It is very insiteful. I feel like i am learning so much.

Liefeka  Kulu


i am soo proud of you

Nalendey JOSEPH NGOLLO

Hello everyone,
I infact was very much excited when i came across this particular website not ,being a Bakweri native i was just overwhelm. There were many things i did came to know though as native of bakweri now living in europe.All i can say at this juncture is that as a Bakwerian i am very proud and lucky to belong to such a hospitable and brelliant society of people.
Hope, faith and love
to all those who belong in to this small community.

Bwema Lucas

You made me to remember my days in Bonakanda village when my Grand-mum normally perform her chemistry with the above mentioned spices

Wana Njie Litumbe Jr.

Thank you so much. Makes me hungry for some of those traditional delicacies.

Tom Bibum

I would love to congratulate the initiators of this wepsite and all who have helped to keep it alive and make it what it is.

I would be very grateful if someone could say something with regards to cultural space and gender. We know that in some parts of Cameroon, women occupy the back part of the house; what is the traditional practice in the bakweri culture? Is there equal space or...

Titi Enanga Manyanye

thank you for this article.

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