Jenner Bikié, the young woman who teaches Ewondo on social network channels

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She is young, active, and passionate about her cameroonian mother language Ewondo. With Online opportunities such as Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and her smartphone, she has decided to motivate others to learn their mother languages and in this case Ewondo.

In the Interview she says: „Until now, African languages have been transmitted from one generation to the other, but with urbanisation and a lot of young people living in city while the older generation lives in the country side, this has been disappearing. I have a lot of young people of my age who only speak colonial languages, because no one ever spoke our languages to them and they had no other ways of learning them.“

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