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By Yerima Kini Nsom Justice Paul Ayah, Advocate General of the Supreme Court, was arrested in Yaounde in the evening of Saturday, January 21. The judge who has been a vocal critic of the New Deal regime was reportedly whisked off from his residence at the Tam-Tam Weekend neighbourhood to detention at the Gendarmerie Headquarters. It is not known ...Full Article
By Chris Mbunwe Leaders of the Anglophone Teachers’ Trade Unions have relieved public worries as to what transpired during a two-day meeting of the Ad hoc Committee charged with ...Full Article
By Yerima Kini Nsom Ever since Government banned the Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and the Southern Cameroons National conference, SCNC on Tuesday, January 17, the forces of law and ...Full Article
By Basil K Mbuye On Tuesday, January 17, a Rev. Father rescued a gendarme officer from an angry mob in Ekona, Fako Division, and sheltered him at the Pope ...Full Article
By Francis Tim Mbom Over 30 persons were, January 16, arrested in Limbe by security forces following the sit-in strike action called by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. ...Full Article
By Maxcel Fokwen That there exists an Anglophone Problem in Cameroon demands no further explanations, but areas in which this marginalisation is practised abound. Amid the general condemnation of ...Full Article
By Azore Opio & Isidore Abah Violent reactions ensued Tuesday, January 17 in some neighbourhoods in the Southwest after police arrested two leaders of the Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, ...Full Article
By Bouddih Adams Following the arrest in Buea on January 17 and transfer to Yaounde of Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor and Dr. Neba Fontem, Common Law lawyers have demanded ...Full Article
By Andrew Nsoseka A protest organised by some elites of the Southwest Region, to be led by the youth on January 18 meant to denounce the on-going Anglophone strike, ...Full Article