Friday, December 31, 2010


Hello people..Where did 2010 go? This year went by really fast.... It is that time of the year when we take stock of our lives, make resolutions (I am terrible at sticking to i don't bother anymore!!) and thank God for the wonderful blessings bestowed on us in the last year.

DRIVING is a very big risk..especially in this festive season!

Here are a few tips (from a safety presentation given at work a couple of years ago!!)

Get a good night’s sleep before travelling
Make sure your vehicle is in good condition
Give yourself plenty of time to get where you are going
Avoid eating heavy meals, as this can lead to drowsiness
If you drink ……………..DON’T DRIVE
Make sure everybody in your vehicle uses seat belts
Don’t overload your vehicle or obstruct your view with packages
To prepare against emergency, carry an emergency kit that contains
–First aid supplies
–Torchlight with spare batteries
–Spare reserve of water

If you are not comfortable with the terrain....DON'T Drive....Yeah....If you are not comfortable with driving in a foreign country (where you do not live!), DONT!!.

I emphasize on DRIVING because I survived an accident a year ago. I remember last New Year vividly and I thank God everyday for the gift of my life.
....The other driver was in a mad rush to get home to his family after a long day at work on New Year's eve...and the result........

2 things saved my life : The seat belt & my height......And the grace of GOD!!

".....Thank you for keeping me..thank you for blessings me...."..."I am Grateful...yeahhhh..."

Be grateful for all your blessings..Show love to your family, friends, jobs etc..Treasure the little moments...Enjoy life....Have fun..because there is just "One Life to Live".

Bye Bye 2010...Welcome 2011...To bigger and better things!!

Bonne Annee....Happy New Year!!


Friday, December 24, 2010


Merry Xmas and Happy New Year to all Blogville peeps.....

Tuesday, December 21, 2010


Event: Bamenda Rocks II: "Grassroots Explosion"

Date: December 26th 2010

Venue: Ayaba Hotel, Bamenda

Time: 5:00 pm till Dawn (Pre-show, Fashion Show & After Party!)

Designers: Kirette Couture, Rodrig Tchatcho, Syl Anim, Tia MacRen, Nuvi Designs

Artists: Valsero, award-winning R & B group, BAAM, Afro soulman, Landry Njapa and pop act, Excel.

Launched in December 2009 by Kirette Couture, "Bamenda Rocks" aims to showcase up-and- coming local and international Camer designers.

“It was great to highlight Bamenda’s contribution to our nation’s style and entertainment scenes last year. But it is also vital to honour our inextricable link with the rest of Cameroon - especially as we forge a brighter future after 50 years of nationhood,” explained KiRette Couture (KC) Co-founder, Anrette Ngafor.

This year’s show will benefit NGO, Splash Networks International’s Cancer Community Care Awareness Programme.

Ticket prices:
Standard: CFA 10000 per person
Classic :CFA 15000 per person
VIP: CFA 25000 per person.

To purchase tickets, please contact Fichian Nfi (Cameroon): + 237 77 96 59 58 or email:
Glenyse Neng (Cameroon ): + 237 77 40 19 38

International press & media enquiries:

Cynthia Anduhtabe (UK) tel: +44 7834 321 373 or email:

Ngum Ngafor (UK), tel: +44 7944 043 954 or email:

Press & media enquiries in Cameroon:

Mirabel Nfihkela, tel :+237 75 87 78 42 or email:

Phil Florian , tel: +237 7 41 01 912 or email:

Bertrand Tiotsop, tel :+237 99 57 36 41 or email : bertrand_tiotsop

Here's the promo video...Enjoy!!

Bamenda Rocks I was "da bomb"....I totally enjoyed myself last year!

It should be a fun-filled event..Get your tickets & dancing shoes ready to "Rock Bamenda" on December 26th!!


Saturday, November 6, 2010

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We are a small translation and interpreting agency with translators and interpreters available on-site and/or by telephone. Our translators and interpreters have studied in English and French and are educated to graduate level with extensive legal, business and communication background and experience. We are conversant in legal, business and communication jargon in English and French.

WE translators & interpreters have provided reliable and accurate translation and interpreting services for law firms and small businesses and come highly recommended by those we have served.

Whether you need interpreters for casual one-on-one meetings, formal legal hearings or something in between, our interpreters have experience in most of such situations, ranging from asylum interviews, immigration hearings, client/attorney consultations as well as business meetings and transactions.

Our translating experience is equally diverse; from brochure to website translations, letters and other correspondences to newspaper articles, as well as translations of official and legal documents such as birth and death certificates, legal affidavits and even court judgments, amongst others.

We are readily available to take on cases even at the shortest notice and we guarantee competent, accurate and affordable services or your money back! Contact us and you will not be disappointed.

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OK people..Let the experts "WE Translators & Interpreters", do the job for you!



Saturday, October 9, 2010


Peter Njodzeka is making strides with Penjo Entertainment! With a CNN World View feature story in his "portfolio"..Pete is definitely putting Camer on the map!! Penjo Entertainment is a production studio. " We produce long/short films, documentaries, tv shows, talk shows, news slots for foreign TV channels, all on HD quality. We also shoot professional photography".

He got inspired while working on community development projects with his NGO (Life and Water Development Group – Cameroon). Examples of these projects include:

Making clean drinking water accessible & available

Construction of toilets in primary schools

Setting up health clubs to sustain the practices from health and sanitary trainings.

A picture is worth a 1000 words. " Pictures bring out the depth and truth (dig deep and expose the values/lessons) in real stories". He wanted to tell and share the stories in the best possible way!He acquired professional equipment for videos and photography and that is how Penjo Entertainment was born!

Penjo Entertainment is here to provide services for

Events: Personal , Cultural, Musical concerts etc

Fashion Shoots

TV shows, programs as a production powerhouse!

Pete is a contributor for CNN World View from Cameroon…….

Here are a few pictures…Enjoy!!

You can reach Peter Njodzeka: Tel.: +237-7771-6288, E-mail:

Penjo Entertainment on Facebook

Cameroon Culture on CNN from Penjo Entertainment on Vimeo.

Thumbs up to Penjo Entertainment...Keep flying the flag high!!



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