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National Day: Governor Okalia says he’ll dethrone chiefs who’ll not march on May 20

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi South West Governor, Okalia Bilai Bernard has said all Chiefs in the region are expected to march on May 20 along with their subjects under pain of losing their royal crowns. The


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Ingratitude or Realism?: Former CPDM MP throws jabs at Biya

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The Former Member of the National Assembly for Akwaya, Hon. Ayah Paul Abine has joined the social media bandwagon to throw jabs at Cameroon’s Head of State, President Paul Biya following newfound


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Anglophone crisis:  SDF National Chairman, Fru Ndi freed after hours in separatist captivity

BY ATIA TILARIOUS SAH TERENCE AND MOMA SANDRINE Cameroon’s fiery opposition leader Ni John Fru Ndi, kidnapped by separatist fighters in Kumbo earlier on Saturday, April 27, 2019 was freed after over half a dozen hours


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Commission for Training Domains Offered Abroad detects 63 fake certificates

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The National Commission for the Evaluation of Training Domains Offered Abroad has met at its 91st ordinary session for 2018 and detected 63 fake certificates (62 baccalaureates from the Central African Republic


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No longer ‘Anglophone’/’Francophone’ but Cameroonian, experts resolve

By Noela Ebob Bisong Following the recently held colloquium which ran between April 24-25 2019 at the Yaounde mont Febe Hotel under the theme “Multiculturalism at the crossroad between tradition and modernity in Cameroon”, experts from


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CSPH launches sports season with a walk in Yaounde

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Under the auspices of the Director General of Hydrocarbons Prices Stabilization Fund better known by its French acronym as CSPH, Okie Johnson Ndoh, the sports season of this strategic institution charged with


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Tiko council braves tough times to make giant strides

By Noela Ebob Bisong The Tiko council, under the stewardship of visionary Mayor, Moukondo Daniel Ngande, has succeeded to change its class, from being a class 3 council to a class 2 council, even in the


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Women’s civil society group cries foul, says they are being haunted and discredited

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA Members of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) in Cameroon have expressed indignation and frustration at what they say is the manipulation and lack of the earlier


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Foundation stone for CMA FCFA 300m secretariat laid

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi in Buea Members of the Catholic Men Association in Cameroon have been exhorted to follow the footsteps of St Joseph by being Men of honour. They have equally been called upon to


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Rev Fr. Ngema fetes ruby jubilee with less privileged

By Noela Ebob Bisong Rev Father Wilson Ngema, priest of the Holy Family Parish in New Town Limbe, has clocked 40, and in thanksgiving to God for his life, the man of God communed with orphans


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