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Saving SONARA

No matter the climax of the crisis the country is going through, no matter how wide the dividing line may seem to pose itself, the government of Cameroon on the one side, the separatists, or “Ambazonians”


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Atanga Nji says Dion Ngute told a lie; I believe him

Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute did not lie but he might have told a lie. I believe he faithfully transmitted the message entrusted to him by President Biya to the peoples of former Southern Cameroon. Dion


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Glimmer of hope  in the horizon

The leaders of the separatist group, or “Ambazonia,” as they wish to be known, abducted from Nigeria into Cameroon, and who are being held in detention at the maximum security prison in Kondengui in Yaounde, led


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Dion Ngute’s  peace mission

After his visit to the North West region, the Prime Minister Dion Ngute, this week extended the visit to the South West region. As an emissary of the head of state, he is simply relaying a


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The proposed ban on Anglophone/ Francophone

Cameroonians have just been informed that a certain experts colloquium, organized in Yaounde recently, has proposed that, because the use of appellations such as ‘Anglophones /Francophones, referring to the people of Cameroon has proven to have


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Nfon Mukete’s   Lamentations

The dust has still not settled after the storm that Nfon Victor Mukete stirred at the Senate a fortnight ago, which seemed to suggest that, what he said on that day, he will never say it


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Fallouts of the Anglophone crisis increase in Bafut

By Sah Terence Animbom Following the military raid in Bafut last Monday January 25, 2019 that led to the killing of over 14 youths in the sub division, many families have now joined that of Mami


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CDC at the crossroads indeed

It does not require a soothsayer to reveal that the Cameroon Development Corporation, CDC, is at the crossroads. Its General Manager, Franklin Ngoni Njie, being the man at the helm, declared this without going thus far


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Regional Assemblies at last

It is worth the pains to appreciate the move taken by the head of state to announce that regional elections shall be conducted within this election year. The decision may be described in some quarters as


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Of the Dion Ngute gov’t

To those who have been following very closely, the governance process in Cameroon, beginning with the formula for the appointment of a prime minister/ head of government, a process usually followed by the naming of a


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