In My Temptations, Kemonde Wangmonde narrates the story of a young man, Victor Nyiko, who rises from being a nonentity to a prosperous police officer. Encouraged by one of his teachers, the young Victor Nyiko seeks to become a teacher himself. But before he can sit for the entrance examination to get into a teachers’ training college, his role model leaves the teaching service. Victor’s father, who would rather see his son become a soldier just like him, forbids him from pursuing his dream.
Set in Anglophone Cameroon, Betrothal Without Libation is a drama that portrays a family’s struggles to overcome tribal prejudice. The principal characters are Fointam and Elisa. The former hails from the Kom tribe in the North West region of Cameroon, and the latter is from the Banyangi tribe in the South West region also of Cameroon.
When Mbutuku dies suddenly, Akwenoh is left with what appears to be enough investments to ensure her survival and that of their three children. But before burial, the grieving widow is progressively plunged into further grief as she gradually realizes that due to the debts incurred by her late husband, she stands to lose his only bequest – their home and two other houses he had built.