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No glimmer of hope for end to deepening  Anglophone crisis

By Barrister Atoh Walter M. Tchemi* Outrageous, yet, this writer perceives row on both sides, with no resolution in sight to ending said crisis notwithstanding enormous disruption of economic activities, series of abductions, and targeted killings


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UN backs Anglophone General Conference!

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The Anglophone General Conference that was supposed to hold in Buea from November 21-22, 2018 has been postponed to a later date, the organisers have said. The Conference Organizing Committee, COC, of


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MPs receive 2019 Finance Bill after being trained on good ways to vote it

By DOh James Sonkey The Finance Bill of the Republic of Cameroon for the 2019 Financial Year balanced in revenue and expenditure at FCFA 4,850.5 billion was received from government by Members of Parliament at the


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CAMASEJ Limbe urged to be professional in  disseminating information

By Simon Ndive Kalla Members of the Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists CAMASEJ Limbe chapter have been challenged to check and double check information before disseminating to the public. The call was made by the


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Anglophone crisis: Government on a manhunt for activists

BY CHRISTOPHER TALLA AGHA A long and arduous search for activists backing the Anglophone crisis is underway amid the ongoing unrest in the North and South West Regions. Faced with deteriorating socio- political conditions and other


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End the killings, curfews in NW, SW Chris Fomunyoh tells government

Below is Christopher Fomunyoh’s Statement on Cameroon dated November 18, 2018 Fellow Cameroonians, On October 7, voters cast ballots in the presidential poll which had nine candidates in competition. I congratulate those who participated in that


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Anglophone separatists storm UN, EU offices in Cyprus

Several Anglophone separatists have stormed the offices of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees, UNHCR, and the European Union, EU, in Cyprus. Carrying blue and white stripped flags believed to be that of a self-declared


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Road accident claims two lives in Bamenda

By Moma Sandrine It was at about 8am on Friday November 16, when a teenage boy whose name The Sun got as Roderick met his untimely death in a road accident at meta-quarters Bamenda. Eye witness


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Over 206  PCP-ACEFA  projects financed in 2016

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi in Buea It was during the observatory family planning agro-pastoral farm enterprises in Buea on Wednesday November 14 2018, where the statistics for the year 2016 were made known. Organized by the


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CHRDA & CIVICUS launch fight against hate speech

Agbor Balla says social media should be used to preach love, positivism By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi and Sheron Titanji* Jointly organized by CHRDA (Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa) and CIVICUS (World Alliance for


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