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Senator Warns: Anglophone May Never Have A Place In HTTTC Kumba

By Maxcel Fokwen Senator Andrew Otte Mofa, Questor at Cameroon’s Senate has asserted that Anglophones may never have a place at the Higher Technical Teachers’ Training College, HTTTC Kumba in 100 years, if parents fail to re-orientate their children towards technical education. Otte bared his mind to reporters on the syndrome on the sidelines of the graduation ceremony of ...Full Article

The Post Desk Editor Dedicates Award To Colleagues

By Maxcel Fokwen The Desk Editor of Cameroon’s leading English bi-weekly newspaper, The Post, Isidore Abah, has dedicated an award conferred on him as ‘Best Young Print Media Editor’, ...Full Article

Who Is Behind The Burnings In Bamenda?

By Chris Mbunwe Since the current Anglophone Crisis took a violent twist, arson has taken hold of either those who are guilty of not respecting Ghost Town calls or ...Full Article

Protesters Fail To Disrupt Laying Of HTTTC Foundation Stone

By Maxcel Fokwen A handful of protestors claiming to be owners of land and property failed to unsettle the ceremony to lay the foundation stone of the Higher Technical ...Full Article

Anglophone Problem: Released Jakiri Teachers Receive Heroes’ Welcome

By Andrew Nsoseka Some four teachers and an ELECAM official, arrested as part of the crackdown during the current Anglophone civil disobedience action, have been given heroes’ welcome in ...Full Article

Federation Is The Only Way For Cameroon To Remain United – Ben Muna

Bernard Acho Muna, Barrister-at-Law cum Politician, says Federation is the only way through which Cameroon can remain truly united. Ben Muna, who is the son of one of the ...Full Article

Trial Of Church Leaders In B’da Postponed Again

By Joe Dinga Pefok The joint trial of the Archbishop of Bamenda, Mgr. Cornelius FontemEsua; Bishop of Kumbo, Mgr George Nkuo; Auxiliary Bishop of Bamenda, Mgr. Michael Bibi,and the ...Full Article

Iconic Veteran Sports Journalist, Zachary Nkwo, Is No More

By Basil K Mbuye One of Cameroon’s greatest sports journalists/commentators of all times, Nkwo Tokoto Zachary, has died. He was 69. Old Zacs, as his friends called him, died ...Full Article

Bafia Bishop Disappears: Suicide, Murder Or Abduction?

By Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo & Sylvester Atemnkeng The Bishop of Bafia in the Mbam & Inoubou Division in the Centre Region, Mgr. Jean-Marie Benoît Balla, is reported dead. News ...Full Article

Ahead Of 2018 Elections: ELECAM, Political Parties Debate Witchcraft, Corruption

By Maxcel Fokwen Representatives of political parties and board members of ELECAM assigned to Meme Division, Southwest Region, have been discussing witchcraft, corruption and influence peddling as virtues that ...Full Article
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