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Joshua Osih bares SDF’s pains, gains

– Links SDF’s dwindling fortunes to Amba/CPDM alliance, mismanaged post-2002 internal wrangling – Denies ‘quid pro quo’ with Biya regime – Says SDF deserved 28, not 14 senators in 2013 – SDF doing a favour to


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There’s nothing special in the “Special Status”- Dr. Simon Munzu

A frontline actor of the Anglophone quest in Cameroon since the early 90s till date, Dr. Simon Munzu has been blunt enough to observe that, so far, there is nothing special in the heralded special status


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Locally produced face masks are just as efficient as imported ones – Dr. Kinge Thompson

T he Director of the Limbe Regional Hospital, Dr. Kinge Thompson Njie has urged Cameroonians who are unable to get imported face masks to go in for locally produced ones, so as to help contain the


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We must strictly implement govt’s measures to curb COVID-19 – Dr Kinge Thompson

By SIMON NDIVE KALLA T he Director of the Limbe Regional Hospital Mile I, Dr. Kinge Thompson has emphasised that all in Limbe and across the nation at large must strictly implement the measures put in


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Law on Official Languages will yield results if embraced by all – George Ngwane

F ollowing the promulgation into law on the promotion of Official Languages (English and French) on the 24th December 2019 by the President of the Republic, the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism


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Fru Ndi says separatists are missing their target

T he National Chairman of Cameroon’s leading opposition party, the Social Democratic Front, SDF, Ni John Fru Ndi has declared that separatists are missing their target when directing attacks against his party, “instead of targeting Mr


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Limbe Deep Sea Port project has multiple  advantages – Mbasse Marie Therese

Mbasse Marie Therese epouse Tchuisse, Chief of Service of Recovery at the Limbe Sub-divisional Ports Authority has recounted the multiple advantages the imminent Deep Sea Port construction in the city of Limbe has for the population


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Devolution of power must be central  in ‘special status’ – Agbor Balla

B arrister Nkongho Felix Agbor popularly known as Agbor Balla, of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) and President of the outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC) has said the effective


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Special Status:  Prof. Julius Ngoh explains why  content was not developed

The long awaited Major National Dialogue has come and gone but the resolutions are left to bear testimony of its impact as well as determine the fate of Cameroon, most especially those from the North West


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People left party leanings behind for interest of Anglophones, country – Peter Abety

Former Minister and former GCE Board Chair, Peter Abety has rejoiced that the interest of Anglophones and the entire country took center stage during the Major National Dialogue. He has expressed great optimism for the return


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