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Growing rift between federalists and separatists

By Elah Geofrey Mbongale There seems to be a widening crack between those who are fighting for a federation and those who want to separate from the republic of Cameroon and restore what they term the


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Agbor Balla, President of outlawed Consortium, reaffirms two-state federation stand

On Tuesday, October 24, 2017 in London, Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla granted an interview to Focus on Africa on the BBC. In the interview with David Amana, Agbor Balla who is the pioneer president of


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Many SCNC activists still in detention after October 1 arrests, killings

By Simon Ndive Kalla Many activists of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, and supporters of other pro-independence movements are still in detention following widespread arrests and killings in the North West and South West regions


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Hon. Wirba rekindles ‘dying’ flames of Anglophone struggle -Says he is ready to pay any price to liberate West Cameroon

By DOH JAMES SONKEY AND ELAH GEOFREY MBONGALE The resurfaced Social Democratic Front, SDF Party Member of Parliament for Jakiri in the North West Region, Hon Joseph Wirba who had been in the hiding ever since


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Arrest of a nursing mother sparks uproar in Kumbo

By WIFAH JENNYHANS NDE The population of Tobin and Mveh in Kumbo last Thursday June 22, 2017 clashed with security forces after some youths tried to secure the release of some of the inhabitants who had


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Ghost towns ‘enforcers’ now target NW CPDM bigwigs

By WAMBO EMMANUEL IN BAMENDA The wave of violence resulting from the fallouts of the Anglophone crisis seems to be turning its tide towards bigwigs of the ruling CPDM party in the North West region. Two


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Legal Corner: The Criminal Procedure Code: Exclusively a Civil Law document

Prior to its enactment and subsequent promulgation into law, it would have appeared, many Anglophone Cameroonians were lured and or ensnared into believing, said adjective piece of legislation, called, Criminal Procedure Code (hereinafter referred to as


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EDITORIAL: Mr. Speaker, some restraint would help

    Cameroonians now seem to be looking forward to the prospects of promoting multiculturalism in the Cameroonian society. This means that, the diverse cultures with which the peoples of the various regions and ethnic groups


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‘Mediation’ shouldn’t be first step of Musonge/Ngwane Commission

By Franklin Sone Bayen Mooted plans for members of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism to go to the field (in the coming days, according to some hints) and “mediate” with Anglophone


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GCE exams roll on in NW region despite timid turnout

By WIFAH JENNYHANS NDE The written part of the General Certificate Examinations which took off last Monday June 12, 2017, a day which was coincidentally declared a “ghost town” in the NW & SW regions, have


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