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SHESA Buea reaches out to the needy children in Buea

By Ikome Christie-Noella Eposi in Buea The Buea branch of the Sacred Heart Ex-Students Association, SHESA, have donated a consignment of food items and relief materials to children of the Kids ward at the general hospital


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Public reassured SONARA is alive and doing well despite 2019 fire incident

BY DOH JAMES SONKEY The public has been reassured that Cameroon’s National Refining Company Ltd better known by its French acronym as SONARA in Limbe, piloted by its General Manager, Jean Paul Simo Njonou, is alive


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CSPH’s migration from manual to online  declaration, centre of attraction at SAGO2020

By DOH JAMES SONKEY Under the auspices of the Director General of the Hydrocarbons Prices Stabilization Fund better known by its French acronym as CSPH, Okie Johnson Ndoh, the structure’s major digital innovation was at the


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Balondo are Balondo not Oroko

Our History The Balondo-bakonja (original and pure Balondo people) civilization was born naturally along the banks of the Nyanga River or the Luapula River in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The exact region is not yet


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Many MND recommendations are already being implemented! – Hon. Etombi Ikome Gladys

T he Major National Dialogue MND which was convened by President Paul Biya and which ran from September 30-October 4 2019, is a year old this week. Chaired by Prime Minister, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute,


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There is need for a true dialogue – Richard Moki Monono

T he Major National Dialogue MND which was convened by President Paul Biya and which ran from September 30-October 4 2019, is a year old this week. Chaired by Prime Minister, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute,


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It was a giant step, a great idea and a very useful mechanism! – Senator Mbella Moki

T he Major National Dialogue MND which was convened by President Paul Biya and which ran from September 30-October 4 2019, is a year old this week. Chaired by Prime Minister, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute,


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The Major National Dialogue: One year after

On September 30, 2019, what was officially titled a Major National Dialogue, decreed by the head of state, President Paul Biya, took off in the nation’s capital, Yaounde, the purpose of which was mainly to find


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One year after: MND enthusiasts shy of commenting

This is not the article I planned to write on the occasion, this week, of the first anniversary the Major National Dialogue (MND) of September 30 to October 4, 2019. At short notice (two days at


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Recommendations of the Major National Dialogue, September 30 – October 4, 2019

1- Bilingualism, cultural diversity and social cohesion -Enhancing the practice of Bilingualism in all segments of society through the creation and implementation of programs starting from preschool ages; -Enrooting Cultural Diversity through a strict implementation of


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