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If You Were Given Another Plebiscite Opportunity, Will You Vote To Join La Republique du Cam. Or Nig

Compiled By Chris Mbunwe, Francis Tim Mbom , Elvis Tah, Sarah Luma*, Peter Nsoesie*, Nadege Lekungha Sama We Need A Third Option Talking about a re-conducted plebiscite in Southern Cameroon, if we were given a chance to vote to join either Nigeria or French Cameroon, I would vote to join Nigeria. However, because of the two choices we had ...Full Article

2011 Presidential Election: To Register Or Not To Register

By Canute Tangwa Apparently, when memory takes flight, we loose a huge chunk of our ‘private literature’. There was a time when registering for elections and obtaining a voter’s ...Full Article

An Open Letter To The Prime Minister: Collective Punishment

By Ayah Paul Abine, MP for Akwaya Mr. Prime Minister, I propose this time around to point out the collective punishment your government has inflicted on my tribes-people for ...Full Article

Peace Education In Cameroon Schools – Beyond An Event

By Mwalimu George Ngwane Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 21, has been declared as a day of peace, especially within the school communities in Cameroon. While this is a laudable initiative ...Full Article

ELECAM: To Be Or Not To Be

By Wilfred TASSANG Dear Chairman, I am sure that you have been wondering why we have not written since our last correspondence. Well, we thought that writing to the ...Full Article

Toying With Decentralisation

By Tazoacha Asonganyi, Yaounde Governing a country is very complex business. What every country is worth largely depends on how this complexity is managed. The extent to which the ...Full Article

2011 Election: Participation And Political Change In Cameroon

By Aloysius Agendia, Sweden The massive registration and voting by Cameroonians in the 2011 Presidential Election is indispensable for change in the country. Registration and voting may not be ...Full Article

Open Letter To The Prime Minister

By Paul Ayah Abine, MP For Akwaya Sir, Soon after the adoption of the constitutional amendment in 2008, paving the way for the President of the Republic to stand ...Full Article

Uprising Similar To February 2008 Looms

By Bouddih Adams The factors that built up the February 2008 uprising are building up again, evoking a repeat, if not worse, of the nationwide riots that paralysed the ...Full Article

Akwaya DO Kidnapped In Nigeria

By Ayah Paul Abine* When the Assistant DO of Akwaya was assaulted at Amana in Nigeria and he had temporary incapacity of 45 days, the administrative authorities treated it ...Full Article
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