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Secessionists Have Declared War On Cameroon- Tchiroma

The Minister of Communication and Government Spokesperson, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, says secessionists group have declared war on Cameroon. “As it is, the whole truth is now revealed. It is hence imposed on everyone. The secessionists have declared war on the Republic from the moment when attacks are perpetuated against the institutions responsible to ensure the protection of the population.” ...Full Article

Gangs Pressurise Hunters To Surrender Guns For ‘Self-Defence’

By Maxcel Fokwen Hunters in the villages of Bafia and Munyenge, Muyuka Subdivision, Southwest Region, are reportedly under pressure to surrender their guns to a group of youths. Reports ...Full Article

Fame Ndongo Stokes Flames Of Anglophone Crisis Again

*Says Classes Have Resumed In NW, SW Despite Threats *Insists 2018 Polls Will Decide Form Of State *Warns That Gov’t Cannot Dialogue With Secessionists By Joe Dinga Pefok CPDM ...Full Article

Attorneys General, State Counsels Can Be Sued For Wrongful Detention

By Joe Dinga Pefok The Attorney General of the Littoral Region, Justice Jean Claude Awala, says State Counsels and Attorney Generals are not above the Law. According to him, ...Full Article

Jakiri: Stolen Gendarme Gun Recovered After Nwerong’s Intervention

By Nform Willibroad B. Nformi & Andrew Nsoseka The gun that was reportedly stolen from a gendarme officer who was shot in Jakiri by unknown men has been recovered ...Full Article

Littoral Clubs End Anglophone Clubs Cameroon Cup Dreams

By Basil K Mbuye It was a sad weekend for Anglophone clubs as their journey in the Cup of Cameroon came to an end after they were eliminated from ...Full Article

I Predicted The Anglophone Problem In 2008 – Hamadou Moustapha

By Sylvester Atemnkeng The President of the National Alliance for Democracy and Progress, ANDP, Hamadou Moustapha, says he was not a prophet of doom when he predicted the Anglophone ...Full Article

35 Years Of The Most Imperial President

By Francis Wache On November 6, 1982, Mr. Paul Bathelemy Bi Mvondo Biya replaced Mr. El Hadji Ahmadou Babatoura Ahidjo as the President of Cameroon. Ahidjo’s resignation on November ...Full Article

Biya, Cameroon’s Pious Political Strongman

By Isidore Abah Cameroon’s Head of State, Paul Biya, is fast becoming animmortal in the country’s political chronicle. Before 1945, very few would have imagined that the then green ...Full Article

CEMAC Sub-Region: Integration By IMF’s Economic Horse Whip

By Yerima Kini Nsom From the geneses, integration in the Central African Economic and Monetary Community, CEMAC, has remained in the jaws of procrastination. Lack of political will by ...Full Article
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