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43-year-old woman installed as Ndop central DO

By Wambo Emmanuel in Ndop The first ever female civil administrator in Cameroon, Enjoh Tembuh Regina has been installed in Ndop central sub division as the Divisional Officer, D.O. The installation is coming at a time


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New dawn in Eyoumojock as Lokombe Vincent Nafongo takes command-Told to be a servant and not a master of the people

BY TALLA AGHAA CHRISTOPHER The installation ceremony of the New Divisional Officer,D.O for Eyoumojock Sub Division in Manyu Division South West Region, Lokombe Vincent Nafongo, by the Senior Divisional Officer for Manyu, PeterTieh Nde  at the


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Autopsy allegedly reveals Bishop Bala was murdered

By Elah Geoffrey and Doh James with reports According to the findings of the post-mortem examination reported in a confidential document procured by The French newspaper daily, L’Anecdote, and relayed by many other organs, Bishop Bala


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Vatican appoints Bishop Abraham Kome as administrator of Diocese of Bafia

Mgr Abraham Kome Bishop of Bafang has been appointed as the administrator of the Diocese of Bafia ,bearly a week after the assassination of the Bishop of Bafia Mgr Benoit Bala.But who is Bishop Abraham Kome?


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Anglophone detainees in Kondengui on hunger strike

Anglophones arrested in North West and South West regions in the wake of the ongoing Anglophone crisis are staging a mass indefinite hunger strike aimed at protesting  against “illegal arrest, deplorable prison conditions and an end


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No bail for Agbor Balla, Dr Fontem,  Ayah Paul’s son arrested in court

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE High hopes that Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr Fontem Neba will regain their freedom on June 7, 2017 were dashed as the Military Tribunal threw out both bail request by


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Budget and Finance Disciplinary Council hands 33 “corrupt” state officials to Biya and Court for action

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE Budget and Finance Disciplinary Council has unmasked that from 2002 to 2014, some 8 officials from the Cameroon Postal Services, CAMPOST were found guilty of 22 management faults that caused


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Higher Judicial Council Meeting: Hon. Ayah Paul sent on retirement

By Elah Geoffrey Mbongale The body that handles the careers of magistrates and higher judicial officers met at Unity Palace on Wednesday July 7, 2017 with President Paul BIYA presiding over the deliberations that lasted over


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Dialogue is primordial, federalism, secession are options in solving Anglophone crisis – Prof Dze Ngwa

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE Historian, Peace and Conflict Management Analyst, Prof Dze Ngwa Willibroad has declared that genuine dialogue is the key to laying to rest accumulated frustrations that led to the outburst of


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My Social Media Silence, the Woodpecker, Agbor Balla

By Franklin Sone Bayen Two designated groomsmen at a 1996 wedding were absent on the final roll call. The one later said he felt like the woodpecker. I, the other, also felt like the woodpecker a


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