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Post electoral declaration by Jean Nkuete, Secretary General of the Central Committee of the CPDM, President of the National Commission of the Supervision of the campaign of the CPDM.

Fellow compatriots, As you have all noticed, the presidential election of the 7th of October 2018 took place all over the national territory in an atmosphere of calm and transparency, in the presence of several national


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Lockdown in North West, South West after polls

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Vote counting is underway after Sunday’s presidential vote. The polls were marked by deadly violence in the English-speaking North West and South West Regions. But the African Union and other observers give


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AU Election Observers call for inclusive political dialogue

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The African Union Election Observation Mission to Cameroon for the October 7 presidential election has urged all political and electoral stakeholders in Cameroon to engage in an-all-inclusive political dialogue aimed at promoting


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National Vote Counting Commission begins work

By NOELA EBOB B. The National Commission for the Counting of Votes after the presidential election of October 7 has begun work. The Commission met at the Conference Centre in Yaounde on October 9 to begin


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Optic fiber interruptions blamed on road works

By NOELA EBOB B. The constant disruptions in optic fiber connection in Cameroon, which often leads to internet disruption as was witnessed on 3 October 2018, is said to be caused by rehabilitation works being carried


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Bamenda Regional Hospital gets Listening and Orientation Unit for  gender-based violence victims

By Moma Sandrine The Bamenda Regional Hospital, has welcomed a new unit to its structure known as the Listening and Orientation Unit, LOU. The unit that seeks to handle cases of gender based violence (GBV) was


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CPDM polling agents present in all polling stations in Limbe

By Simon Ndive Kalla Polling stations in Limbe on October 7 were dominated by polling agents of the ruling CPDM party as those of opposition candidates were no where to be found. Speaking to The SUN,


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Atanga Nji says hitches were insignificant to stain conduct of October 7 polls

By Doh James Sonkey The Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralization, Paul Atanga Nji has declared that no major incident stained the smooth organization and security of last October 7 presidential election in all the 360


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ELECAM satisfied with conduct of Sunday’s polls Director General of Elections, Erik Essousse urges voters to wait for official results latest October 22

By DOH JAMES SONKEY The Director General of Elections at ELECAM, Erik Essousse has expressed satisfaction over the general conduct of polls and urged citizens to patiently wait on the Constitutional Council to publish the official


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Gunshots, Ghost town, low voter turnout characterize election in Buea

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi in Buea Gunshots, ghost town, disserted streets and low voter turnout characterized the presidential election in the town of Buea, as electors went to cast their votes last October 7. As early


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