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Population getting frustrated  over continuous coins scarcity

BY KUM BRENDA MBONG & DHOVI CHANTAL MULU (UB journalism students on internship) Coins are important aspects in an economy to ease transactions. Most often the economy will reap dividends in using coins for small transactions


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Limbe denizens weigh city’s chances ahead of Cleanest City Competition

BY SUSAN MONJOWA ENIE N. (UB Journalism student on internship) Some inhabitants of the city of Limbe are currently weighing the city’s chances to emerge winner of the Cleanest City competition billed for October this year.


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Limbe: “Cassava Farms” inhabitants bitter over indiscriminate waste disposal across street

By NYUKA CILIA WASA (UB journalism student on internship) In spite of the presence of the waste management company, HYSACAM in Limbe and efforts by the Limbe City Council, LCC to maintain hygiene and sanitation in


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Why women wear wigs

By NGAKE NGUEMEGNI AMOURETTE (Student journalist on internship) Wig is a removable covering of real or synthetic hair for the head, worn as part of a costume, originally to conceal baldness. There are several types of


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Limbe inhabitants satisfied with availability of egusi in market

BY NJOCK O. KIMORA, ETONGWE E. ALICE & NGAKE N. AMOURETTE (UB journalism students on internship) Mann’s Cucumeropsis and white seed melon which is commonly known as egusi is a native to West Nigeria, Ghana and


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Ban on public manifestations: SDF fires back at Littoral governor

BY NOELA EBOB BISONG The Social Democratic Front SDF party in the Littoral region has fired back at the region’s governor, Ivaha Diboua Samuel Dieudonne, for placing a ban on any public unauthorised manifestations by political


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September 22: Gov’t’s battle lines drawn for anti-Biya protests

BY ATIA TILARIOUS AZOHNWI The stakes are high and Cameroonian authorities have drawn lines for anti-regime protests planned for September 22 by opposition groups. Professor Maurice Kamto, National President of the opposition Cameroon Renaissance Movement, CRM,


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THE OROKO “BALONDO SCAM” FULLY UNMSAKED

By Dr. AJA ORO MOURI-MONENE (BALONDO CULTURAL HERITAGE-INTERNATIONAL)  INTRODUCTION  This notorious Oroko organization though ill-conceived was nevertheless implemented in 1973 in the back streets of Kumba town in the Southwest region of Cameroon.  The ostensible excuse


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Regional elections: CPDM knocks off municipal councillors

BY NOELA EBOB BISONG The ruling Cameroon People’s democratic Movement CPDM party of national chairman, Paul Biya, has outlined that no municipal councillor should vie for a regional council seat. This decision was unveiled to comrades


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Battling Covid-19: Peer educators to engage fight at 18th AIDS Free Holidays

BY DOH JAMES SONKEY The task has been doubled for peer educators during the 18th edition of AIDS Free Holidays in Cameroon placed under the auspices of Cameroon’s First Lady, Mrs Chantal Biya, who doubles as


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