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Whose View Do The Bishops Of Cameroon Reflect?

By Joe Dinga Pefok hopsThe Anglophone Crisis has left many astounded and many more adding their voices to the plight of the minority group in Cameroon. The Bishops are no exception to this crisis which has more or less demobilized normal businesses in the two Anglophone regions. Recently, Bishops under the banner of the National Episcopal ...Full Article

Archbishop Kleda’s School Resumption Crusade Crashes In Northwest

*Cameroon Bishops Split Over Anglophone Crisis *Kleda Chases CRTV Reporters Out Of Event Venue By Chris Mbunwe The school resumption crusade embarked on by the President ...Full Article

‘Parents’ Consortium’ Members Deny Suing Bishops

Some members of the so-called Consortium of Parents that recently dragged Bishops and principals to court in Bamenda and Buea have denied that they took the ...Full Article

Traditional Ruler Bars Jobless Parent From Employment Opportunity

By Maxcel Fokwen Chief Elango Akama of Dikomi Bafaw in Meme Division, Southwest Region, on April 28, barred a jobless parent, Francoise Minang, from picking up ...Full Article

Ghost Town Mars Labour Day Celebration In Bamenda

By Chris Mbunwe Business premises and all commercial activities were completely grounded in Bamenda on May Day, as workers in Cameroon joined the international community to ...Full Article

19 Witnesses Ready To Testify Against Anglophone Detainees

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Prosecutor at the Yaounde Military Tribunal, Zie Pierot Narcisse, has revealed that 19 witnesses are ready to testify against the Anglophone ...Full Article

Bilingualism Commission Ventures Into Anglophone Crisis

Members of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism in Cameroon have resolved to mediate in the ongoing Anglophone Crisis. This was one ...Full Article

Bishops Dragged To Court Over Non-opening Of Schools

By Chris Mbunwe In a joint communiqué dated, Easter Sunday, April 16, signed by the Arch Bishop of Bamenda, Cornelius Fontem Esua, and his Auxiliary, Michael ...Full Article

Police, Gendarmes Vandalise Big Mankon Cathedral Gate

By Chris Mbunwe Police and gendarmes, on April 6, forced open the gate of the St. Joseph Cathedral Big Mankon, Bamenda, for the FENASSCO ‘B’ Games ...Full Article

Biya Orders Creation Of Common Law Depts At Supreme Court, ENAM

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Paul Biya has instructed the competent Government departments to create Common Law departments at the Supreme Court and the School of ...Full Article
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