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Anglophone Struggle Leaders Tried In French!

By Francis Tim Mbom The Constitution of the Republic of Cameroon clearly states that Cameroon is a bi-jural and a bilingual country with two official languages being English and French. It further states that these two languages shall enjoy equal status in all its official businesses. This presupposes that be it in court, National Assembly, Senate, the Ministries or ...Full Article

61 Anglophones Detained, 31 Awaiting Trial – Issa Tchiroma

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai & Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, has disclosed that of the 82 people arrested following uprisings in the Northwest and ...Full Article

Quitters Are Losers, Gov’t Tells Absconders Of Youth Day Celebrations

By Maxcel Fokwen The Secretary General at the Southwest Governor’s office, Clement Fon Ndikum, has asserted that quitters of celebrations to mark the 51 edition of the national youth ...Full Article

Soldiers Kill 2 In Ndop Riot, Families of Officials Kidnapped

*Families Of Brigade Commander, Police Commissioner Kidnapped By Chris Mbunwe Two young men: businessman Ntomonie Chrisantus Meaepha and Franklin Ndoungnia, a farmer, were shot to death in Ndop on ...Full Article

Biya Pledges Continuous Dialogue To End Anglophone Crisis

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Biya has said Government will continue to dialogue with the various stakeholders in a bid to end the crisis currently rocking the Northwest and ...Full Article

Civil Servants Coerced To Celebrate Youth Day

By Azore Opio This year, celebrating Youth Day will no longer be a matter of choice for government employees. It is compulsory. The hard work to ensure that the ...Full Article

Fons To Confront Biya Over Anglophone Problem

By Chris Mbunwe Some 40 Fons have resolved to meet President Biya to find a lasting solution to the problems presented to him by the striking teachers and lawyers. ...Full Article

Strike Or No Strike, Certificate Exams Must Be Written – NW Governor

By Chris Mbunwe Northwest Governor, Adolph Lele L’ Afrique, has said that certificate examinations must be written despite the on-going boycott of schools. Lele L’ Afrique made this declaration ...Full Article

Broos’ Wins Maiden Title Out Of Belgium

By Basil K Mbuye The recent African Nations Cup, AFCON, title which Indomitable Lions Coach, Hugo Broos, won with the Lions, is his first title out of Belgium in ...Full Article

Buea Mayor Unlocks Shops, Threatens Instant Closure If…

By Andrew Nsoseka The Mayor of Buea, Patrick Ekema Esunge, February 7, ordered his council police to unseal shops he had earlier sealed for respecting the stay-at-home crusade. Ekema, ...Full Article
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