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UB in Akonolinga?

The history of the creation of the University of Buea, lifting it from a school of translation to a full-fledged university takes the form of a long trek to a promised land. We are talking here


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Kidnapping and the “Ambazonia liberation struggle”

The growing trend of kidnappings and brutal killings which have quietly crept into the unfortunate conflict between the state of Cameroon and “Ambazonians” no longer presents the image of a civilised people that we obviously have


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Paying the price of a senseless war

Since the outbreak of hostilities in the Anglophone regions of the country, resulting in what has now evidently developed into a full scale war, a high number of civilian casualties have been recorded. In consequence, this


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The land, the people and its management

Members of the National Assembly, at a recent special plenary session devoted to land management, drew the attention of the minister of state property and land tenure, Henry Ayebe Ayisi, to what has all along been


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Beyond Dangote’s dream

We congratulate Mr. Aliko Dangote, the business magnate for his vision of diversifying and increasing his investments in Cameroon. This man, generally  referred to as Africa’s richest man, also deserves a pat on his back for


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Is this the MPs newly acquired spirit of patriotism?

It ought to take much reflection to realize that the recent letter to the US congress by some signatories representing members of the National Assembly, is an initiative which sounds much like one motivated by a


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Who has tampered with COVID-19 money?

It should be recalled that early last month, precisely on April, 6, 2021, the president ordered the minister of justice to carry out a full scale investigation into the management of the COVID-19 funds allocated to


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Francophone Africa gliding towards monarchy

The tragic death of one of Africa’s remaining long-serving presidents, Marshall Idriss Deby, has added one more proof of the determination of Francophone countries to transform their republics into monarchies. Immediately after his death was announced


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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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