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Zack Orji, Chidi Mokeme and Cameroonian Actor Kang Quintus

After attending the premiere of the highly hyped Cameroonian movie “Behind Gates” last evening at Canal Olympia Douala, I think Kung Quintus should make an open apology to the veteran Nigeria actor Zack Orji after seizing the mic from the veteran actor to emphasize that the Nigerian filmmakers are not doing Cameroon a favor but rather are mutually collaborating.

The much-talked-about movie premier has come and passed like a monsoon wind with nothing left to talk about a day after its premiere on the big screen.
I would have preferably stayed back home and watched the Big Brother Naija level-up auditions but as a patriotic Cameroonian, I worked on operation 80-20 to my disappointment.
Coming at a time when there is a great call for support for our home content I had expected the atmosphere at Canal Olympia to be intense but behold the reverse was true.

What do you expect of a movie premier where a venerated actor like Ramsey Nouah has to show up, sit and wait for Cameroon ‘stars’ like Zita Minaj or ‘Copees’?

It was a show of unprofessionalism from the organizers to the actors, I wonder about the impression Ramsey Noah takes with him back home. It is almost impossible to find such a blunder in Nollywood because there is a high sense of professionalism/ competition among various stakeholders.

Truth be told Cameroon is decades behind Nigeria be it in arts and entertainment, politics, religion, or technology, and it would be in our interest to bury our pride and solicit their expertise for our own growth.

We saw the recent release of Stanley Enow’s parapariparo video. A song that had been highly criticized even before its release, but after a Nigerian radio host hyped the said song, it got thousands of views and positive comments from Cameroonians.
We are our own problem.

Poster of "Behind Gates" Movie by Cosson Chinepoh--Bitaleaf-media
Poster of “Behind Gates” Movie by Cosson Chinepoh

Imagine 24 hours after a movie premiere and you are unable to find a single piece of information about the event on the production company’s social media handles, not even a red carpet moment. That alone speaks volumes, sure even though they had to prepare for Sunday service and forget about the bad night.

The image and sound quality of the movie itself did not live up to the hype compared to what we have become used to witnessing in other recent movie premiers like The Fisherman’s Diary, Broken, Saving Mbango, etc.

The common phenomenon of ‘Blackman time’ is more of culture among Cameroonians and was put to full view yesterday as many individuals only showed up after the film was already being aired. It should be noted that Canal Olympia is a multi-purpose arts complex and has a program schedule of shows daily.

The time allocated for ‘Behind Gates’ elapsed and it was embarrassing to find the audience being pushed out.

Richard Bona & Koppo

Veteran Cameroon rapper Koppo on Tuesday, July 13, 2022 exercised stupidity in public by instigating a hate speech against Grammy-winning artist Richard Bona.

” Trace Mboa needs to respect people’s decision hein, Richard Bona has said that he is no longer a Cameroonian so how and why is he still being aired in your local program? Is love by force?”

Koppo wrote

First I think we need more courses to educate our artists on how to distinguish their corporate life from their personal life.

There are slangs I hear artists make on a daily basis through their social media platforms that would cripple their careers abroad.

To hear one of Cameroon’s most recognized rappers make such a statement makes me wonder if we will ever see the light of vision 2035.

The question I want to ask Koppo is if Cameroon music is supposed to be sung by Cameroonians, why do Cameroonians sing hip-hop and RnB which is a western genre?

Koppo if you have a personal problem with Richard Bona there are better ways to bring it out that would sound less stupid. To begin with, is Trace Mboa owned by a Cameroonian?

A foreigner singing and promoting your local language and culture should be appreciated not criticized.

It is high time Cameroon artists recruit experts to power their social media platforms while they concentrate on creating content for their ever-demanding fans.

Orock Henry Betang & Njie Clinton

Self-proclaimed prophet Orock Henry Betang has been making rounds in the Cameroon social media space in recent days.

The Dubai-based prophet who is notorious for prophesying on the lives of artists comes under my scrutiny after his recent prophecy on the life of Cameroon footballer Njie Clinton.

As a Christian well aware of the biblical quote in psalms 105:15 ‘touch not my anointed, do my prophet no harm’ but you see this particular prophet, I have to touch him.

It is not a new phenomenon since the turn of the century to see men of God focus on publicizing their Chastain works on mass media for improved following and more customers.

More customers I call it because I see more of a business-making venture than ministering for Christ.

When we look at the bible we realize Jesus after conducting miracles always humble and emphasized the need to maintain silence but today it is the reverse with our self-proclaimed prophets and apostles.

They market everything marketable under the name of the church, to the point of advertising miracles. Even God didn’t see this coming.

prophet Orock Henry

However, the purpose of this write-up is not to distinguish fake from real men of God, I just have a little pre-occupation with the way prophet Orock Henry goes about his prophetic works in a manner that shocks even other false prophets.

My question is why do most of your prophecies not only target stars but stars that are trending on social media at a particular point in time.

You did prophesy about Samuel Eto’o having an accident, today it’s Njie Clinton you saw about to die. You taking advantage of a young man going through turbulence in his professional career should be considered ‘spiritual blackmail’ and ought to be arrested.

Are you the modern-day angel of the Passover? Cos you seem to be specialized only in visioning death.

You even have the audacity to screenshot your conversation with Njie Clinton receiving your message, who are you trying to impress, God or man?

The bible is the book of Matthew 6:2 reads ‘so when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by others’ that’s exactly what you and other new age prophets strive for, a show of pride achieving fame and fortune using the name of Jesus Christ, but judgment awaits you all.

Mathew 7:15 warns ‘beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. Verse 16 adds ‘you will know them by their fruits and dear prophet your fruits are sour to the tongue.  

Uncover the questionable methods of Prophet Orock Henry as he delivers prophecies to celebs for personal gain. Be warned of false prophets.


For some time, Cameroonian comedian and actor Old Pancho CY International has propounded a patriotic revolution igniting a sense of consciousness and belonging among sympathizers of Cameroon arts and entertainment.

This campaign is bound to fail not because Cameroonians are not willing to support their own but rather due to the fact that most Cameroonian artists are not loyal to their fans.

There is a shared sense of unprofessionalism among most Cameroonian stars. 

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To begin with, some of these artists fail to understand the fact that as an artist you are a servant and the fan is the boss.

I doubt if most of these artists have ordinary level cos if they did they must have come across the commercial adage ‘the customer is the king’, you can’t oppress your followers to consume your product, advertise it if it is good they will surely come for it. 

Imagine serial hit maker KO C coming on social media to criticize his own fans for not buying his album rather than encouraging them to get one.

He claimed to have over a million subscribers on YouTube but was unable to sell 500 thousand copies of his album.

The question I want to ask KO C is if he pays those subscribers, if he doesn’t then he should apologize to his fans for his public display of stupidity.? 

KO C said that rubbish barely two days back and today Gasha comes on with a similar accusation claiming most Cameroonian fans feel like they are stars as well. Very dull girl.

What makes you think your fans owe you any moral obligation? Without you they will listen to good music elsewhere, what do you think is so special about your song in the first place?

What channels have you secured to ensure your fans, especially in Cameroon access your music? How many people stream music in Cameroon?


Go to Nigeria take a watch at stars like P Square, Patoranking, Wizkid, Davido, and others with all their affluence and influence,  interact with their fans.

They basically idolize their fans and make them understand they are responsible for their growth. Gasha who even said you are a star? How much do you have? How many social media followings can you boast? how much crowd can you pull?

One thing I understand about Cameroonians is their ability to go for what is good, if your song isn’t that good just put it on YouTube for free cos we won’t come for it.