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Biya to share experience at pioneer Russia-Africa summit come October

By Noela Ebob Bisong President Biya has been invited to attend and share his experience during the first ever Russia-Africa summit to take place in Sochi in the month of October 2019. The invitation to attend


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Kumba District Hospital theatres go operational

By DANIELA ITOE NGUM The Director of the Kumba District Hospital, Dr. Sandrine Emmanuelle Mve Biwole has in a communiqué announced the functioning of the hospital’s theatres, both minor and major after the arson attack razed


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LUCCCUL communes with orphan

BY SIMON NDIVE KALLA Members of Limbe Urban Council Cooperative Credit Union Limited, LUCCCUL extended hand of fellowship with children full of Grace Orphanage Care center on Friday March 15, 2019. At their orphanage center besides


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US confab on Anglophone crisis rallies pro-federalists, independentists

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The Southern Cameroons People’s Conference held on March 29&30 in Washington DC rallied pro-federalists and independentists as solutions to the deepening unrest in Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions [otherwise referred


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20- year-old Taku Pauline wins Miss Limbe FESTAC 2019

BY SIMON NDIVE KALLA Taku Pauline Bessem, 20-year- old Upper Sixth Student of Unic Secondary School Limbe, a resident of Mawoh quarter in Limbe I Subdivision is Miss Limbe FESTAC 2019. Taku Pauline who hails from


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2019 immunization campaign ongoing  in SW, NW amidst crisis

By Noela Ebob B, Daniela Itoe N & Sandrine Moma The first round of the 2019 national immunization days is ongoing in the South west and North west regions, amidst the current socio-political crisis plaguing the


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We do not hold patients hostage – Dr Nsame Nforniwe, Director Limbe Regional Hospital

By Noela Ebob Bisong The Director of the Limbe Regional Hospital, Dr Denis Nsame Nforniwe has revealed that the Limbe Regional Hospital under his leadership does not hold patients hostage, for not paying their medical bills.


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Robert Helou is new Nestle Cameroon CEO

By Ndumbe Bell Gaston in Douala According to information gathered from a press release procured by the SUN, it has been observed that rapid changes are on-going at the hierarchy of Nestlé Group’s subsidiary in Cameroun.


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UN raises alarm on worsening humanitarian situation in Cameroon

Humanitarian needs in Cameroon have risen by a third this year owing to an upsurge in insecurity and violence, leaving one in six people – mostly women and children – requiring assistance. Today we launch the


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Anglophones detainees at Kondengui go on strike

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Anglophone detainees at the Yaoundé Central Prison in Kondengui are said to go on strike beginning today, April 1, 2019, The SUN has learnt. “All the 207 Anglophones detained here will take


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