Browsing: #2017

Meme courts still grounded despite lawyers’ strike suspension

BY TALLA AGHAA CHRISTOPHER Courts in Meme Division still remain ‘paralysed’ despite a communiqué by the Vice President of Meme Lawyers Association, MELA, Barrister Mpacko Jacob Njume on October 11, 2017 declaring that Lawyers have unanimously


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Anglophone Activists Fleeing As Govt Steps Up Crackdown

  By Simon Kalla As the crisis that has been rocking the North West and South west region rages on, government has stepped up its crackdown on all those suspected to be activists of the Anglophone


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Anglophone Crisis  “All Actors Must Face Justice” -Communication Minister

By DOH JAMES SONKEY IN YAOUNDE Following the ongoing crisis that have been rocking the two Anglophones Regions in Cameroon for several months now and the indiscriminate arrest, abduction and detention of Anglophones, the Minister of


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Youths Flee Bamunka Village After Raid

The Bamunka Community in the North West region has greatly suffered the effects of this aggressive oppression. After a tour to the field, our reporters can confirm beyond reasonable doubt that there has been a general


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Death Penalty Hands Over Limbe Journalist

BY ATIA AZOHNWI Eden Newspaper’s Limbe City Reporter, Quindia Eshu Thadius is currently in gendarmerie custody after his arrest by armed police officers last December 19, 2016. Security officials claim that the Limbe-based journalist has been


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