The author paints the rural geographical and sociological environment in which he was raised and highlights the careful parental care and the early death of his mother at the age of 32 years. He was then 12 years old and his siblings 8, 5, and 3 years old. This provides the base from which traditional and western education were pursued with determination and vision as the source of progress and power, thanks to the encouragement of his father. Armed with a liberal and professional education, Ejedepang-Koge, a teacher through and through, his autobiography reads like a book on the education and constitutional changes in Cameroon. He served and successively as a teacher, Head of Service, Deputy Director in both the Departments of Private and Secondary Education, Director of Education of Private Education in the Ministry of National Education and, in Diplomatic Service as Cultural Counsellor in the Embassy of Cameroon in Washington DC. By virtue of such services, he mirrors beautifully the joys and pains of a conscientious and patriotic civil servant striving to do his duty honestly and refusing to be discouraged and thwarted.time I left Bambili in April, each of my teachers had given me a strong and beautiful letter of recommendations. The principal as did. When I presented documents to the Cultural Delegate in Buea on a Friday for recommendation to the chief ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||In The Service of People|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2013-07-24|