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Ghost Town Grips Buea As Consortium Leaders Face Trial

By Andrew Nsoseka Buea, other surrounding towns and villages in the Southwest Region on Thursday, March 23 boycotted normal activities as a way of paying respect to leaders of the outlawed Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. The leaders were appearing before the Military Tribunal on that day and Anglophones observed a massive ghost town that crippled businesses ...Full Article

Biya, British High Commissioner Discuss Anglophone Crisis

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Biya and the British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E John Brian Olley, have discussed the Anglophone crisis for the first time ...Full Article

Central Africa Sub-region Wants Better EPA Terms

By Joe Dinga Pefok Some member states of the Central Africa sub-region that resisted signing the Economic Partnership Agreement, EPA, with the European Union, EU, now ...Full Article

GCE Registration Deadline Extended To March 20

By Bouddih Adams & Andrew Nsoseka The Cameroon General Certificate of Education, GCE Board Council, in an extraordinary session on March 3, in the conference hall ...Full Article

Preparation For Certificate Exams: Prescribes Catch-Up Classes In Anglophone Cameroon

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The government of Cameroon, through the Minister of Secondary Education, has prescribed measures for catch-up classes in order to enable students meet ...Full Article

MP For Bafut Petitions NW Governor Over Military Torture, Kidnappings

The MP for Bafut, (Tubah-Bafut Constituency), Hon. Fusi Naamukong, has written an emotionally charged letter to the Northwest Governor, Adolf Lele L’Afrique invoking the administrator’s swift ...Full Article

I Will Crush Fru Ndi AT SDF Elective Convention – Nyamusa

By Chris Mbunwe He hails from Mbengwi in Momo Division in the Northwest Region. His name is Felix Teche Nyamusa, a freelance reporter and businessman. His ...Full Article

Police Haunt Internet Users; Browsing now “Cyber crime”?

By Azore Opio Internet browsing might sooner or later become a ‘cybercrime’ in the Southwest Region as police intensify a clampdown on people hungry for Internet ...Full Article

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

  Decades ago, Dr. John Ngu Foncha, then Prime Minister of Southern Cameroons, was rebuffed by Britain and the United Nations when he asked for full ...Full Article

Anglophone Jailed For Possessing Newspaper

Cameroonian-born Joseph Ngwa Ngaling is currently in detention at the Kondengui Maximum Security Prison in Yaounde for having bought a newspaper last January. Ngaling told Hon. ...Full Article
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