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100 IDPs Receive Psychological Support

Some 100 Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs, have benefitted from psychological support through mindfulness, storytelling, poetry, motivational talks, video projection as well as question and answer sessions.  The exercise, organised in a bid to address the issue of mental trauma faced by young victims of the crisis took place on October 5 and 6 at the premises ...Full Article

CRM To Intensify National Resistance After Kamto’s Liberation

By Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo The Cameroon Renaissance Movement, CRM, says, since the just ended Major National Dialogue, MND, did not address the thorny issue of the ...Full Article

Yong Sport Empowers SW Regional League Clubs

By Basil K Mbuye Cameroon Professional League outfit, Yong Sports Academy, YOSA, of Bamenda, has begun the donation of footballs to Southwest Regional League clubs. The ...Full Article

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Tells Biya: Revisit October 1 Celebration Videos To Know Whom To Dialogue With

The incarcerated Interim Government leader of Ambazonia, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, has called on President Paul Biya to closely watch videos of October 1 celebrations from ...Full Article

Why Did Fons Of Mankon, Bafut, Kom, Others Not Attend National Dialogue?

By Joe Dinga Pefok Cameroonian authorities have been silent on the fact that a number of prominent Fons (traditional authorities) of the restive Northwest Region, where ...Full Article

WICUDA-USA Poised To Raise 25M For Wimbum Water Projects

By Andrew Nsoseka The Wimbum Cultural and Development Association USA, WICUDA-USA, a non-profit organisation based in the United States of America, has set out to raise  ...Full Article

Minister Hails GCE Markers, Prays For Fallen Colleagues

By Bouddih Adams The Minister of Secondary Education, Prof Nalova Lyonga, has hailed GCE Markers for their dedicated service and called for prayers for those who ...Full Article

Whatsapp Group Reaches Out To Orphans

The gifts were aimed, among other things, to help some 64 orphans (10 in Mountain Kids and 54 in Rhema Orphanage) to enjoy the Christmas and ...Full Article

Tombel-Kumba Road Axis Remains Shutdown Despite Relative Calm

By Maxcel Fokwen The once busy Kumba-Tombel Road axis is yet to regain its traffic verve months after it went dead owing to deadly separatists and ...Full Article

WHO Worried Over Poor Sanitation Around The Globe

The World Health Organisation, WHO, is calling on Governments to step up the fight against poor sanitary conditions across the globe, at large, and the third ...Full Article
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