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Transport:Putting Order in the House

By Martin A. Nkemngu  Last week the Minister of Transport, Bello Bouba Maigari, published a long list of vehicles carrying irregular registration numbers. For the Centre Region, alone, nearly 800 vehicles were impounded. The Minister also released a list of inter-urban transport buses sanctioned for being in irregular situations. Some of the buses were impounded for overloading, poor technical ...Full Article

PCC, CBC Adopt Child-Centered Education

By Chris Mbunwe Recently at the Baptist Centre Hall in Bamenda, the results of a scientific evaluation on the effects of the In-Service Training Programme, ISTP, of the Presbyterian ...Full Article

Catholic Sisters, Foreign Volunteers, Combat HIV/AIDS Stigma

By Peterkins Manyong Some Catholic sisters in the Northwest Region have joined forces with foreign experts to combat stigmatization of HIV/AIDS patients. The sisters, who launched a programme codenamed ...Full Article

New Information Technologies: What Impact On Third World Environment?

By Azore Opio Ever since Marconi invented the first radio, Bell the first telephone and the former Soviet Union launched the first Sputnik satellite into space on the 4th ...Full Article

Moslem Pilgrims Drilled On Hadj Rules

By Chris Mbunwe & Neville Mbong Akanven* Moslems in the Northwest Region have been sensitised ahead of their Hadj trip to Mecca, Saudi Arabia this year, dubbed 2010 edition ...Full Article

Who Killed The Girl?

By Martin Jumbam There is a photograph of a young woman that has been floating in cyberspace for the past several months. I have received it from well over ...Full Article

History Of Coffee Farming In Bui Division

By Peter Adi Fonte The Nso Area Cooperative Union Ltd, formed in 1959 by 25 Cooperative Produce Marketing Societies, CPMS, with an Arabica Coffee annual tonnage of 349 tons, ...Full Article

The Death Of Ferdinand Oyono And Cameroon

By John Nkemngong Nkengasong Ferdinand Léopold Oyono is unquestionably one of Cameroon’s most outstanding figures, notably as a writer and politician. As an early writer and critic of colonial ...Full Article

Catholic Men

By Louis Ngwengi The first-ever Constitution of the Catholic Men’s Association, CMA, has adopted a draft constitution marking an end to the problem of the name of the group ...Full Article

Kumbo Vicar-General Celebrates Silver Jubilee

By Peter Adi Fonte Rev. Father Roland Berngeh Njoyir, the Vicar-General of Kumbo Diocese who doubles as the Principal of St. Augustine College, SAC Kumbo, since April 23, has ...Full Article
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