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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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The Cameroon Bar: new faces, which direction?

The Cameroon Bar Association has just gone through another session of elections in the course of which a new team has been put in place to run the affairs of the Bar for another term. We


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The Anglophone   General Conference

The heat did subside naturally over the debate on whether the Cardinal Tumi and Co. sponsored peace initiative of convening an Anglophone General Conference, AGC in Buea, should hold at all. It however ended up being


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The press as a target

The recent arrest and detention of the Editor-in-Chief of the English news desk of Equinoxe Television, Mimi Mefo Takambou, is not so much a surprise to many who have been following events in the country, as


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Lessons from the 2018 presidential polls (2)

Common sense instructs us that for the history of a people to continue to repeat itself over and over, represents a bad omen for a people who aspire to move forward in the midst of a


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Lessons from the 2018 presidential polls (1)

Shadows of an unholy coalition As at the time of our going to press, the constitutional council, the body accredited with the powers to proclaim the results of elections in Cameroon had just completed its task


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The bubble about fake election observers

Within the last three years or so, we have progressively moved from one crisis to another. Needless to recall the horrors of the yet-to-be resolved Anglophone problem, which out of our own arrogance and treachery, we


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