Browsing: #Dialogue

Prof Mbarika speaks out on innovative ICT University

  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become the cornerstone for development in every spheres of life.  One of Africa’s voice and foremost experts on Information and Communications Technology, Cameroon-born American Professor, Victor Mbarika, in 2010,


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Anglophone crisis: Darker days for youth in NW/SW

By Ayuketang Blessing The night remains long for most Cameroonian youths in the country’s crisis plagued North West and South West regions as the Anglophone crisis continues, for, it has become the order of the day


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Anglophone crisis:  Gov’t intensifies manhunt for alleged activists despite Major National Dialogue

By LUSY LIMA Despite the successfully Major National Dialogue that took place in Yaounde from September 30, 2019 to October 5,2019 aimed at handling the current Anglophone crisis that has been rocking the restive regions of


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Real Estate Investor In between Devil And Deep Blue Sea

By LUSY LIMA  A Cameroonian from the diaspora who recently returned permanently to Cameroon to establish a real estate business and start an accounting firm is reported to be on the run following attacks and threats


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More Anglophone activists go underground  as gov’t intensifies manhunt

BY LUSY LIMA The Cameroon Government has resorted to a more sophisticated military operations to crackdown on Ambazonia fighters and Anglophone activists in total defiant to the peace, which many anticipated will return to the crisis–hit


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Anglophone crisis: Government makes Cameroon too hot for SCNC activists

BY TRACY ANNIE The crisis that has been raging in the North and South West regions of Cameroon has taken a new twist, as security forces are making things too hot for activists of the Southern


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As armed conflict in NW, SW rages on: Gov’t continues to target Diaspora Anglophone activists and Citizens returning into the country

BY LUSY LIMA As the crisis in the Northwest and Southwest regions, which has mutuated into an armed conflict rages on, the government has continued to target Anglophone activists in the Diaspora, accusing them of being


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Anglophone crisis:  More youths vamoose as military,  separatist fighters’ confrontation persist

BY CYNTHIA AKUM The increasing molestation, kidnapping and or beheading of youths termed black legs by separatist fighters on the one hand, and their arrest, torture and trial at military tribunals for allegedly siding with separatist


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31-year-old youth hunted as crisis deepens

BY CYNTHIA AKUM 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 what is now termed the Anglophone crisis.


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Anglophone crisis:  More youths under threat to join separatist fighters as crisis persists

By CYNTHIA AKUM More and more youths in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon are increasingly being threatened and coerced to join separatist fighters commonly called “Amba boys” as tension heightens in the


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