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The Regional Assembly:  What needs to be explained

What easily catches the mind whenever the issue of the regional bodies is concerned is the difference in the appellations of the regional bodies of the two Anglophone regions and the rest of the eight other


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How not to end an American presidency

There is no doubt that for about three hundred years since the founding of America as a nation, Americans have hardly relented their efforts to keep the founding principles intact, nor has Uncle Sam’s countrymen compromised


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Another look at our  retirement polity

Towards the close of the just ended financial year, government ordered the harmonization of the retirement age of Cameroon workers. This might not have gone down well with those who believe that the rate of unemployment


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Lawyers’ humiliation round [2]

Over 100 protesting lawyers were last November 10, 2020, assaulted at the Bonanjo Magistrate’s court, which has enraged the Cameroon Bar Council. The council has, in its own reaction, enjoined state authorities to hand down what


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Biya’s fervent hope

In his condolence message at the funeral service of the victims of the Kumba massacre, the head of state expressed the hope that these atrocities will come to an end. This is a possibility no one


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The Kumba massacre:  An unholy sacrifice!!!

The brutal murder of seven students in Kumba last week, ages between 9 and 12, and over a dozen others seriously injured by gunmen, simply paints the picture of a people who have arrived at the


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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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CDC rejoices:  The bright days are ahead

T he Cameroon Development Corporation, a corporate body, which for more than half a century has defended the pride of Cameroon in the global economic ratings, now has every right to heave a sigh of relief


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The vision we see: Gliding back to One Party

A probable return to a one-party state, which we left behind many years ago may be slow, but evident and visible enough for every diligent eye to see and every conscious mind to discern. The nature


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Shall we, or shall we not end this blood bath?

If nothing else, we in this Newspaper remain very conscious of the widespread condemnation of acts of brutal killings, most of them very unprofessional in conventional wars. We have not only been conscious of the degree


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