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Anglophone protests in Mamfe leave two dead

By Sah Terence in Mamfe The September 22, 2017 street protests in the North West and South West regions of the country might have recorded the most stiff and bloodiest resistance in Mamfe as two have


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Barrister Akere Muna calls for sincere dialogue after Friday’s demonstrations

By Elah Geoffrey Mbongale The former president of the Cameroon Bar Association has denounced government’s mismanagement of the Anglophone crisis, which resulted in massive demonstrations on Friday across the North West and South West regions. In


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Dr. Nick Ngwanyam says he will not run for 2018 senatorial election – Says  St. Louis Health Institute lost over FCFA 400 million to Anglophone crisis

Dr. Nick Ngwanyam, proprietor of St. Louis Health Institute and former senatorial aspirant on the ticket of the ruling Cameroon people’s Democratic Movement, CPDM has said he is no longer interested in running for the senatorial


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ASCOA urges Cameroonians to be ambassadors of peace on World Peace Day

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi Under the theme “Together for peace, Respect, Safety and Dignity for All”, the World Peace Day was commemorated in Cameroon by various institutions, governmental and non-governmental organizations. The Association for Community Awareness


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Vodafone Cameroon urged to suspend operations

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA In a surprise move, Cameroonians, especially in Douala and Yaounde, were taken aback by the communiqué that Vodafone Cameroon, the mobile phone internet provider, of British origin which only opened


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Cameroon women business leaders’ association and NOFIA sign convention

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA A financial empowerment agreement described by the Cameroon Women Business Leaders Association (CWBLA) and a micro finance institution called NOFIA, as frictionless, was established at Rue du Commandant Fuller, Douala,


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Ahead of October 1: Catholic schools go on “technical holiday”

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI Catholics Schools in the Diocese of Buea and Kumba, The SUN has learnt, will observe a technical holiday from Monday, September 25 to the first week of October 2017, probably October 3.


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Rescued chimpanzee dies from emaciated health condition

BY ESTHER QUI A one and a half year old female chimpanzee rescued by the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife in collaboration with Last Great Ape (LAGA), has died despite efforts by veterinarians of the Limbe


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Meme SDO threatens to seal shops respecting calls for ghost towns

By DANIELA NEBA NGUM The Senior Divisional Officer, SDO for Meme Division Chamberlain Ntou’ou Ndong has disclosed that he will by Monday September 25 close down shops that do not operate on Mondays to Wednesdays in


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Man buried alive for killing brother-in-law

BY WAMBO EMMANUEL IN NWA The population of Ntong village in Nwa subdivision of the Donga Mantung division, North West region have resorted to jungle justice by burying one Febsah  Ivo alive recently for allegedly killing


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