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Elections in NW/SW: SDF bearing brunt of separatists’ fury

By NOELA E. BISONG & SAH T. ANIMBOM The Social Democratic Front SDF party of John Fru Ndi has indeed been caught in the middle of the sea. A veritable Anglophone opposition party which has since


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Fru Ndi says separatists are missing their target

T he National Chairman of Cameroon’s leading opposition party, the Social Democratic Front, SDF, Ni John Fru Ndi has declared that separatists are missing their target when directing attacks against his party, “instead of targeting Mr


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Electoral Board Members assess final preparations for Feb 9, 2020 polls

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Members of the Electoral Board of Elections Cameroon, ELECAM are currently assessing final preparations ahead of February 9, 2020 legislative and municipal elections in Cameroon. After voting FCFA 10 billion 683 million


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SONARA: 23 under investigation for attempted leakage

By NOELA EBOB BISONG The tense atmosphere at Cameroon’s lone oil refinery since the May 31 2019 setback multiplied over the week, following an attempted leakage from the refinery’s technical department. Whether it was human error


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Limbe hosts national maritime and ports day for first time ever

By NOELA EBOB BISONG The city of Limbe, South West region of Cameroon, for the first time ever, shall host the National Maritime and Ports day. The first two editions of the event took place in


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PM Dion Ngute’s one year in Office:  Blessings or Bruises?

By NDIMUH B. SHANCHO Last Saturday January 4, 2020 marked exactly one year since Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute took office as the 5th Anglophone Prime Minister of Cameroon. Taking over office at a time when


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No SDF candidate has boycotted, Cabral Libii will win

Only Maurice Kamto’s CRM has boycotted, outright, the announced February 9 twin (National Assembly and Local Council) elections. SDF and Cabral Libii’s PCRN have not, nor have any SDF candidates withdrawn, despite their public claims. The


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The international community and the Anglophone crisis

For the past three years or so, since the Anglophone crisis escalated into what now seems evidently a full scale war, it is increasingly becoming intriguing for any serious observer to actually locate the position of


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Lebialem to vote for development;  manipulation uncovered

By Ayuketang Blessing Lebialem has in the past few months been weathering unsolicited for political storm to the chagrin and consternation of the denizens of the Division who say until the current crisis reared its ugly


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Diplomats beseech Biya to reach out to key actors of Anglophone crisis

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The President of the Republic, Paul Biya last January 9, 2020 set the ball rolling on the traditional New Year Wishes presentation ceremonies in Cameroon when he received best wishes and handshakes


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