Browsing: #2018

Government bent on prosecuting  strike actions leaders in Cameroon

BY LUSY LIMA The Cameroon government has vowed to hunt down and prosecute leaders of major strike actions that have rocked the country within the last two years as a way of deterring others from ever


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Anglophone Cameroon youths go underground  as reprisal man-hunt intensifies

BY LUSY LIMA As the tension mounts in the two restive English speaking regions of Cameroon, man-hunting has become the order of the day forcing many youths to go underground for fear of reprisals from the


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SCNC activists home and abroad targeted by security operatives

BY TALLA AGHAA CHRISTOPHER   The lives of activists of the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) both at home and abroad are at risk as government security operatives are targeting them. As the crisis rocking the


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Manyanye Ikome to give visibility to decentralisation process   – The Director of Communication & Public Relations was among the pioneer officials installed by Minister Elanga Obam

By Doh James Sonkey Pioneer senior officials of the central services of the Ministry of Decentralization and Local Development have been told to put in their very best in order to concretize the acceleration of decentralization


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Separatist lock down Buea-Kumba highway again

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Commuters who left Yaounde, Douala and Bamenda, heading to Kumba, on Thursday, November 29, were left stranded at the Mile 17 Motor Park, following the complete lock down of the Kumba-Buea Highway.


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Ambazonia government calls off Monday ghost towns

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Chris Anu, Ambazonia’s Secretary for Communication & IT has suspended the traditional Monday ghost towns in the North West and South West Regions. In a video that has since gone viral on


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Nso Fon freed from Amba captivity

By Sah Terence Animbom The English-speaking man of Cameroon, especially one from the North West region has always purported himself as a man ardent to the respect of human dignity, property, sacred places and beings which


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CDC GM begs workers to resume work – Trade Unions demand security guarantees

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Social partners of the Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) have agreed to work together in ensuring that regular meetings with workers are held in order to get them resume work for the survival


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Biya creates committee to disarm, reintegrate  ex-Boko Haram, separatist fighters

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi President Paul Biya on Friday signed a decree creating a committee to disarm fighters of terror group Boko Haram and armed separatists and to help with their reintegration into civil life. “The


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Bali women bemoan devastating effects of  deepening Anglophone crisis

By Moma Sandrine Some women in Bali conveyed at the Ntanko Market Square on Thursday November 29 and burst into tears, lamenting on the damages caused by the Anglophone crisis. This day was set aside to


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