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Why Anglophones Continuously Feel Marginalised

Anglophones feel systemically marginalised by the government for a good number of reasons, despite the claim by a just a handful of persons to the contrary. The national entrance examinations into schools that develop the human resources of Cameroon are set by the French Subsystem. This makes it difficult for Anglophones and Francophones to compete on ...Full Article

Community Joins Veteran Journalist, Bernard Eko, To Bury Grandmother

By Andrew Nsoseka The Likoko Membea Community, the media family alongside a host of friends, family and sympathisers, on April 21, joined veteran journalist, now serving ...Full Article

St Bernard Parish, Kedjom Keku, Mourn Pioneer Parish Priest

By Peter Adi Fonte The Christians of the St Bernard Parish Kedjom Keku in the Tubah Subdivision in Mezam Division recently organised a memorial mass in ...Full Article

CEMAC Police Boss Urged To Crush Trans-national Crime

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Permanent Secretary of the Police Chiefs Committee for Central Africa, CCPAC, Police Colonel Michel Koua, has been called upon to crush ...Full Article

865 Bilingual Teachers Assigned To English-speaking Regions

By Basil K Mbuye The Government has just assigned 865 bilingual teachers in schools across the national territory, mainly in the Southwest and Northwest Regions. The ...Full Article

28 More Cameroonian Journalists Granted Press Cards

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The President of the National Press Card Issuance Commission, Séverin Tchounkeu, has disclosed that 28 Cameroonian journalists are the latest set of ...Full Article

‘Francophone’ Anglophone Refugees Begin Returning Home

By Maxcel Fokwen Escapees of a Friday April 13 fracas pitting the military and suspected separatists along the villages of Ediki and Bombe in Bakundu, in ...Full Article

Anglophone Crisis: Chiefs Remain In Hideouts Despite Asking Villagers To Come Out

By Maxcel Fokwen A handful of Chiefs across Meme Division, Southwest Region who surfaced at the Divisional office on April 4 accepting to cause their subjects ...Full Article

SW Governor’s Convoy Survives Double Attacks From ‘Amba Boys’

By IsidoreAbah The convoy of the Governor of the Southwest Region, Bernard Okalia Bilai, Friday, April 20, came under attack en route to and from Lebialem ...Full Article

The Court Cannot Stop UB From Revoking Ekema’s Degrees – Tambe Tiku

By Bouddih Adams Following a Fako High Court ruling, restraining the University of Buea, UB, from revoking the Degrees awarded Buea Mayor, Patrick Ekema Esunge, the ...Full Article
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