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Cameroon Risk AU Sanctions After Soldiers Brutality On Students

By Francis Tim Mbom The African Union, AU, may sanction Cameroon following the cruel treatment meted on hapless students of the University of Buea, UB, by Cameroon’s security forces. The security forces on Monday, November 28, subjected the students, mostly female students to torture, molestation and rape, which is contrary to the African Union Charter on the Rights and ...Full Article

Police Bow To Pressure, Release Detained UB Students

By Isidore Abah & Andrew Nsoseka Police in Buea have released some of the students of the University of Buea, who had been detained following a peaceful demonstration on ...Full Article

University Of Buea Students On Strike

By Andrew Nsoseka The student of the University of Buea have risen against their Vice Chancellor, Dr. Nalova Lyonga, accusing her of embezzling their share of the FCFA 50,000, ...Full Article

Bamenda Under “State Of Emergency”

By Chris Mbunwe & Glory Mbuwil The call by the Teachers’ Trade Unions for parents, teachers, pupils and students to remain at home from November 21, following an indefinite ...Full Article

MTN, APME Partner To Boost Digital Economy

By Marriane Enow Tabi MTN Cameroon and the Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency, APME, November 11, signed a partnership agreement to enhance Cameroon’s digital economy. The agreement, which ...Full Article

Teachers’ Trade Unions Rubbish Inter-Ministerial Committee Meeting

By Yerima Kini Nsom Anglophone teachers trade unions have described an inter-ministerial committee meeting held on November 18 as a farce. Prime Minister, Philemon Yang, had on November 8 ...Full Article

Fako Lawyers Ignore Justice Minister’s Invitation For Dialogue

By Andrew Nsoseka Fako lawyers under their association, Fako Lawyers’ Association, FAKLA, have resolved not to attend a meeting called for by the Minister of Justice, Laurent Esso, to ...Full Article

Stay At Home! Teachers Tell Students, Pupils

By Bouddih Adams Teachers Trade Unions that have called for a sit-in strike beginning today, Monday, November 21, have asked teachers, students and pupils to stay at home until ...Full Article

Eru Exporters Suffer As Nigerian Naira Tumbles

By Francis Tim Mbom The Chief of Idenau (West Coast) Customs Unit, Senior Customs Inspector, Guy Alain Cheping Simo, has disclosed that the recent drop in the Nigerian currency ...Full Article

Cameroon, British High Commission Honour War Victims

By Francis Tim Mbom Cameroon’s Minister in Charge of Ex-service Men, Koumpa Issa, the British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E Brian Olley joined soldiers and ex-service men to lay ...Full Article
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