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Memorable quotes from the Constitutional Council

Below are a collection of memorable quotes from lawyers, party representatives and others who appeared before the constitutional council to present submissions in favour or against petitions to cancel the October 7 polls. “Military officials came


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Fru Ndi’s residence alighted; sister  kidnapped, released

By Moma Sandrine The residence of the chairman of the Social Democratic Front Party, SDF has been reduced to ashes by suspected separatist fighters. According to the chairman, Ni John Fru Ndi, separatist fighters invaded his


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WAA Cameroon urges population to shun post election violence

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Civil Society Organization known as Women in Alternative Action, WAA Cameroon, has urged the population to shun post election violence looming over the official proclamation of the results of last October 7,


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Over 20,000 state agents to clarify status

By NOELA EBOB B. In line with the 2018 head count operation which ran from April to June, thousands of state agents risk losing their space in the state’s payroll. Officials of the ministry of finance


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Kah Walla pessimistic over end to crisis should Biya stay on -Strives for a non-violent approach to end crisis

By NOELA EBOB B. “With Mr. Biya in power, there is no way the Anglophone problem can be addressed. He only has a military solution to this crisis. But if the regime is replaced, we can


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Garbage now overflows along Bamenda streets

By Sandrine Lenyonga Moving across major streets in Bamenda, one can see dirt littered around the garbage cans placed by the road. The stench emitted from this accumulated waste is described by many as discomforting and


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The hunt for activists reaches it’s  peak as Anglophones crisis continues unabated

By Talla Agha Christopher The search for all activists backing the Anglophone cause has picked up steam amid the ongoing unrest in the north and south west regions. Government, in a desperate attempt at calming the


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Collapsed Parish building kills two, others injured in Yaoundé

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The Catholic family in Yaounde in particular and the population in general is in shock and pains, following the passing away of two Christians, when the Minkan Parish roof and wall under


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War in South West, North West: Youths paying the price

By Norbert Wasso The war in the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon referred to by activists as Southern Cameroon or “Ambazonia” continues to rage unabatedly despite calls by national and international bodies for an inclusive dialogue


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International Mission for Peace, Democracy urges candidates to peacefully accept polls verdict

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The eight candidates who ran for president in Cameroon have been urged to peacefully accept the verdict of the October 7 polls when it will be rendered by the Constitutional Council. The


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