Browsing: #2019

Apostle Suleman’s prophesy triggers mass exodus from Kumba

By DANIELA ITOE NGUM Another mass exodus by the population of Kumba is already been experienced around the town of Kumba and more especially in motor parks as it was the case last September 2018 where


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Government in hot pursuit for activists

  By Talla Agha Christopher As tensions in the North West and South West Regions rage unabated, government has embarked on a protracted mission to fish out sympathisers and activists backing the now termed; Anglophone Crisis.


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CDC at crossroads

BY NORBERT WASSO BINDE and ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI With about twenty thousand contracts of employment and a related monthly wage bill of about FCFA 2.5 billion, the crisis in the North West and South West Regions


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Grant general amnesty to all, call inclusive dialogue, Meme populace tell SDO

By Daniela Itoe Ngum The total refusal by separatist fighters to drop their weapons as appealed by the Head of State during his inaugural speech on November 6, 2018 and in his end-of-year address on December


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Anglophone General Conference broad-based consultative tours imminent

By Sah Terence Animbom and Moma Sandrine Meeting in Bamenda on Saturday January 12, 2018, conveners of the Anglophone General Conference, AGC after a preparatory meeting for their upcoming convention on a date yet to be


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Ahead of the Anglophone General Conference Tumi & co to begin consultative trips to US, Europe soon

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The Anglophone General Conference (AGC) that has suffered umpteenth postponements may soon see the light of day. Meeting in Bamenda on Saturday, January 12, conveners of the AGC said they are going


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Ghost towns rip Cameroon’s Anglophone regions apart as separatist leaders go to court – Youths dying, fleeing as blood flows unabated

Calls from separatist activists for residents in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon to observe ghost towns on Thursday, January 10, 2019 were met with violent incidents across the two regions as Sisiku


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Senator Regina Mundi prays for peace  in North West

By Moma Sandrine Elizabeth Regina Mundi, one of the CPDM senators appointed by President Paul Biya for the North West region has prayed for peace to return to the North West Region. She was speaking on


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Gov’t steps up crackdown as Anglophone crisis persists

By Simon Ndive Kalla  As the crisis that has been rocking the North West and South West regions, which has spiraled into an armed conflict, rages on, the government has stepped up its crackdown on all


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