By Honore Onana Olah, SJ, & Jean Amegble, SJ
On Saturday, October 13, 2018, vigil of the canonization of Pope Paul VI and Oscar Romero by Pope Francis that returned to the House of the Father, the one who has just entered to the celestial pantheon of African writers. Fabien Ebousi Boulaga, whom he affectionately loved to introduce himself to the young Jesuits of the province of West Africa (AOC), was born on January 17, 1934 in Bafia around 130 km from Yaoundé the capital city of Cameroon.
Fr. Jean-Luc Enyegué, SJ, Associate Director of the Jesuit Historical Institute in Africa (JHIA) is telling us more about this eminent African writer: