White collar workers in disarray
In Cameroon, a comprador bourgeoisie enjoys all the privileges, under the eyes of a submissive and impoverished population, until one day, a rumour spreads throughout the country that the president has donated a large sum of money.
Against all odds, thousands of young people in search of alms take to the streets of the capital.
The country sinks into chaos, dragging everything down with it.
William Doncheu is a graduate of the Institute of International Relations of Cameroon (IRIC) and winner of the "Regards Croisés" competition of the International Organisation of the Francophonie (OIF) in 2015.
He lives in Yaoundé, where he works as a researcher and consultant for several organisations.