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Families Of Arrested Ghost Town Victims Decry Police, Gendarmerie Extortion

By Isidore Abah Family members of scores of young people who were arrested in the wake of last Monday’s Ghost Town Operation have decried extortion by police and gendarmerie officers. On January 9, security forces raided Mile 16 and Mutengene in the Southwest Regions, arresting over 30 youths and remanded them into various police and gendarmerie cells across the ...Full Article

Anglophone Struggle: Troops Ruin Dialogue, Shoot 4 Unarmed Civilians In B’da

Police on Friday, January 13, virtually compromised negotiations between Government and Anglophone teachers’ unions currently going on in Bamenda, Northwest Region. The police opened fire on a crowd of ...Full Article

Lawyers Boo Garga Haman, Vow To Pursue Federation

By Maxcel Fokwen Common Law lawyers, January 13, booed Garga Haman Adji when he appeared uninvited at a meeting holding at the Presbyterian Youth Centre, PYC, Fiango, Kumba, Meme ...Full Article

Interpools: Bang Bullet Enters League 2, OPOPO Crashes

By Basil K Mbuye It was a historic day for Bang Bullet FC of Nkambe as they were able to ice their good run of form in the on-going ...Full Article

CPDM MP Calls On Biya To Address Anglophone Problem

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Hon. Martin Oyono, CPDM Member of Parliament, MP, for the Ocean Division in the South Region, has called on President Paul Biya to address the ...Full Article

Social Media Crown Hon Wirba Southern Cameroons Hero

By Andrew Nsoseka Following the release of a video of Hon Joseph Wirba articulating and enunciating the Anglophone Problem in Cameroon, social media users have lavished praises on the ...Full Article

Cameroon Youth Leaders Accuse Gov’t Of Mass Killing

By Chris Mbunwe Leaders of the Cameroon Youth Association have accused the Government of choosing to waste the lives of disgruntled Cameroons instead of engaging them for dialogue. The ...Full Article

Tchiroma Dismisses Anglophone Problem, Recommends Anti-Terrorist Tactics

Government has, for all the unmistakable handwriting on the wall, dismissed the Anglophone problem that has seen periodic calls, reminders and demonstrations for it to be addressed. The Minister ...Full Article

Gov’t Warns Journalists For Dismissing Use Of Documents In French

By Andrew Nsoseka Some Journalists in the Southwest Region were invited by the administration and warned against their decision to storm out of any event where documents are in ...Full Article

Police Intensify Search For Ringleaders Of Kumba Protest

By Maxcel Fokwen Police have ratcheted up their search for persons suspected of triggering the demonstrations that engulfed Kumba on Friday, December 9. The suspect ringleaders are reportedly on ...Full Article
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