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Cracks Between SWECC, Fako Chiefs Widen

By Andrew Nsoseka The Southwest Chiefs’ Conference, SWECC, for quite some time now has witnessed cracks within, splitting it into camps. The camps depend on who the custodians of tradition publicly back, whoever they pledge their allegiance to, as well as who best serves their interests. The rift between the Chiefs has been compounded by the ...Full Article

Chantier Naval Vessel Fails To Lift Sunk BIR Ship

By Francis Tim Mbom The use of a ship from the Cameroon Shipyard and Engineering Company Ltd (Chantier Naval) to pull out of the sea the ...Full Article

Tchiroma Accuses Amnesty International Of Protecting Terrorists Interest

The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, has accused Amnesty International, AI, of playing the role of an organisation for the defence of terrorist interest. The ...Full Article

Fru Ndi Tells UN Team To Cameroon: Hold Biya Responsible If War Breaks In Cameroon

By Chris Mbunwe Ni John Fru Ndi, leader of frontline opposition SDF party in Cameroon, has told a visiting United Nations team that, if President Biya ...Full Article

Fako Loses Hosting Right Of SWECC Elective General Assembly

By Andrew Nsoseka Fako Division has been stripped of its right to host the next Elective General Assembly of the Southwest Chiefs’ Conference, SWEEC. The Division ...Full Article

Biya Warns Gov’t Officials Against Buying Expensive Cars

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Paul Biya has admonished officials of his Government against buying ostentatious vehicles that afflict a huge financial burden on the State. ...Full Article

SW Chiefs Decry Anglophone Marginalisation In UB

By Andrew Nsoseka Traditional rulers of the Southwest Region, under the umbrella of the Southwest Chiefs’ Conference, SWECC, have decried the marginalisation of Anglophone students seeking ...Full Article

New Fako SDO To Tackle Deadly Limbe, Buea Chieftaincy Crisis

By Francis Tim Mbom Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai, Tuesday, July 16, handed over the files of a decade long unresolved Limbe Paramount Chieftaincy Crisis to the ...Full Article

Anglophone Church Leaders Trial Takes Another Ugly Twist

By Joe Dinga Pefok The Court Case pitting Anglophone Church Leaders and the Consortium of Parents has taken an unprecedented twist as the July 24 hearing ...Full Article

Prostitutes Drug Babies To Avoid Distraction

When some Miniferme prostitutes are set to work, not even their breast-feeding babies are spared. They prevent them from wanting to suck, by giving them hard ...Full Article
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