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About 3,000 march in Buea demanding ‘Freedom’

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi Friday September 22, 2017 could be termed a “black Friday” for Anglophone Cameroonians in Buea as angry protesters took to the streets holding peace plants chanting songs of freedom and liberation. The


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One dead, several wounded in Limbe Anglophone demonstrations

By Elah Geoffrey Mbongale A boy whose names The SUN got as Mbunwe Terence was killed in Limbe last Friday, September 22, 2017 during demonstrations by some Anglophones calling for the release of some leaders detained


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Mass protests engulf Meme division leaving one death, several wounded

By DANIELA NEBA NGUM Thousands of Cameroonians across Meme Division over the weekend demonstrated in major streets of Kumba and in other villages in the five Sub-Divisions that make up the Division to show their anger


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Bamenda denizens defy SDO’s order, stage mass peaceful protest

By WIFAH JENNYHANS NDE It was a dark-clouded Friday September 22 in the city of Bamenda as the population from young to old, men like women, sane and insane flooded the streets to protest for the


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Anglophone protests in Mamfe leave two dead

By Sah Terence in Mamfe The September 22, 2017 street protests in the North West and South West regions of the country might have recorded the most stiff and bloodiest resistance in Mamfe as two have


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Barrister Akere Muna calls for sincere dialogue after Friday’s demonstrations

By Elah Geoffrey Mbongale The former president of the Cameroon Bar Association has denounced government’s mismanagement of the Anglophone crisis, which resulted in massive demonstrations on Friday across the North West and South West regions. In


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Dr. Nick Ngwanyam says he will not run for 2018 senatorial election – Says  St. Louis Health Institute lost over FCFA 400 million to Anglophone crisis

Dr. Nick Ngwanyam, proprietor of St. Louis Health Institute and former senatorial aspirant on the ticket of the ruling Cameroon people’s Democratic Movement, CPDM has said he is no longer interested in running for the senatorial


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ASCOA urges Cameroonians to be ambassadors of peace on World Peace Day

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi Under the theme “Together for peace, Respect, Safety and Dignity for All”, the World Peace Day was commemorated in Cameroon by various institutions, governmental and non-governmental organizations. The Association for Community Awareness


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Vodafone Cameroon urged to suspend operations

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA In a surprise move, Cameroonians, especially in Douala and Yaounde, were taken aback by the communiqué that Vodafone Cameroon, the mobile phone internet provider, of British origin which only opened


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Cameroon women business leaders’ association and NOFIA sign convention

BY NDUMBE BELL GASTON IN DOUALA A financial empowerment agreement described by the Cameroon Women Business Leaders Association (CWBLA) and a micro finance institution called NOFIA, as frictionless, was established at Rue du Commandant Fuller, Douala,


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