All Posts by CHIEF

Cameroon – Indigenous Sports: Africa’s Most Popular Indigenous Sports, ‘Dodging’ Goes Professional, Digital

By Atia Azohnwi A team of dedicated young Cameroonians grouped under the World Spark Your Talents have taken  One of Africa’s most popular sports, known affectionately as ‘dodging’ to the next level. Dodging has been made


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Heads to roll in Buea as suspected Ambazonia activist jumps jail under unclear circumstances

Five officers allegedly arrested as investigations intensify By Jonas Lima Heads may roll within the ranks of security forces in Buea following investigations into the circumstances that led to the disappearance of a suspected Anglophone activist


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Common Law Lawyers kick again!

Fire another memo to Biya against assimilation, subjugation of Anglophones Say proposed Civil and Commercial Code is at variance with Common Law tenets and favours Civil Law By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Common Law Lawyers in Cameroon


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 UK-based SCNC activists demand Cameroon’s dismissal from the Commonwealth

By Atia Azohnwi Some activists of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, based in the United Kingdom nearly disrupted activities marking the Commonwealth Day in London on March 11, 2019. In spite of the presence of


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“I strongly dissociate myself from Hon. Enow Tanjong’s position” – Hon Fobi Nchinda

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Hon. FOBI NCHINDA Simon, SDF Member of Parliament for Bamenda/Bali has in a press release dated March 12, 2019 distanced himself from the declarations made by the eldest Member of Cameroon’s National


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Population paying the price for unrest in Anglophone Cameroon

By Chris Aghaa Fighting between Cameroon’s regular army and Anglophone independence fighters has left so many civilians trapped in the conflict. As events unfold, tensions are mounting as the two parties battle for legitimacy. This has


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Motanga Andrew Monjimba: The political man championing Limbe’s forward leap

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Born some 59 years ago, Motanga Andrew Monjimba, hails from Mokundange, village, in Limbe II Subdivision. The family man and father of several children is President of Fako IA CPDM Section and


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Nigeria, Cameroon must respect Abuja Court verdict – Barrister Abdul Oroh

Abdul Oroh, lawyer and member of the Nigerian Bar Council has said a months-old-baby was arrested along with its mother and deported to Cameroon in the same aircraft that transported Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius and 46


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Top US diplomat, Tibor Nagy weeps for Cameroon

“My heart breaks for Cameroon … I just don’t understand why this crisis goes on and on and on” By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Tibor Peter Nagy Jr., the United States Assistant Secretary of State for African


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Youths dying, fleeing as Anglophone crisis deepens

The war in the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon referred to by activists as Southern Cameroon or “Ambazonia” continues to rage unabated despite calls by national and international bodies for an inclusive dialogue to address the


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