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Fear grips Bamenda denizens following incessant arrests

Fear grips Bamenda denizens following incessant arrests By Wambo Emmanuel in Bamenda After the arrests of some journalists in Bamenda who were later ferried to Yaoundé overnight, most Bemenda denizens and the North West population at


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Anglophones are one and indivisible

His Royal Highness, Hon. N.N. Mbile has said Anglophone Cameroon is one and indivisible but added that this only holds true in a one and indivisible Cameroon. The former MP for Ndian made the declaration during


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Ayah Paul wasn’t expelled from PAP but was relieved of his position as Chairman -PAP Interim National Chairman

People Action Party, PAP, was created following the reintroduction of multipartism in Cameroon with Late Professor Victor Mukwelle Ngoh as Founder and National Chairman and Kumba as headquarters. Following a series of meeting with party executive,


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CPDM appoints Divisional Coordinators

The Central Committee of the ruling Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, the CPDM, on Tuesday, May 24 at midday released names of newly appointed Divisional Coordinators. The move has once more heightens speculations that the party maybe


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44th National Day: CPDM, SDF demonstrate numerical strength in Tiko

The 44th National Day in Tiko last Friday, May 20 saw the colourful march pass and demonstrations of national unity and integration from Cameroonians from all walks of life, including students, social groups and political parties.


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P&T Minister stays mute on internet blackout in NW and SW Regions


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Anglophone crisis :Govt dangles death penalty over activists


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South West pro-government elite forum in view


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11th February must hold in the NW, SW regions, govt insists


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Decentralising powers, withholding money

– Local government officials say Decentralisation is loud-sounding empty-talk, slow in implementation BY ATILARIOUS AZOHNWI Senior Divisional Officers, Government Delegates, Mayors, Municipal Treasurers and Secretaries-General of Council, and Local Stakeholders charged with implementing the Decentralisation process


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