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Anglophone crisis spirals in violence

By Jonas Lima The crisis in Cameroon’s North West and South West Regions that started in October 2016 has clocked two without any escape route in sight. The Cameroon government admits it is facing a rolling


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Police clampdown on Kamto supporters

Post-election protests Police clampdown on Kamto supporters By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi Anti-riot police on Saturday arrested around 50 supporters of opposition figure Maurice Kamto during an unauthorised march in Douala, Kamto’s spokesperson said. “Mass arrests of


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Biya to appoint                pioneer GCE Board General Manager, Board Chairman

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The pioneer General Manager as well as Board Chairman of the Cameroon General Certificate of Education (GCE) Board are expected to be named in the days ahead following an October 22 presidential


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Genuine search for solutions to Anglophone crisis should dominate post-election – Dr Chemuta Divine

By Doh James Sonkey The Chairperson of the National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms in Cameroon, Dr Chemuta Divine Banda has strongly recommended that Cameroonians should throughout this post-election period rather focus all their attention


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US, UK, Canada, EU urge Biya to  dialogue with Anglophones

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The United States, Canada and the European Union have called on President Paul Biya to use his new mandate to immediately arrest the Anglophone crisis through dialogue. US urge government, separatists to


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Issa Tchiroma tells media to shun call for violence  and remain patriotic

By Doh James Sonkey The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary has called on media professionals in the country to shun calls for violence and the disrespect for state institutions from unscrupulous individuals and to remain


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SDF: autopsy of an embarrassing defeat!

By Atia Tilarious Azohnwi The Social Democratic Front (SDF) party may be in its darkest moments yet – they have never gone this low since the opposition party was launched on May 26, 1990. In a


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Three ex-African Presidents advise Biya to step down

Three of President Paul Biya’s former colleagues have asked him to cede power. Former South African and Nigerian presidents in a co-signed letter addressed to the re-elected president power since 1982 and counting ask him to


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Fru Ndi says some ministers run ambazonia gangs – Weeps as separatists raze his Baba II home worth over FCFA 120 million

By Moma Sandrine One week after the Baba II residence of Ni John Fru Ndi, chairman of the opposition Social Democratic Front (SDF) party was burnt down; he decided to pay a visit to the village


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Atanga Nji warns Kamto to stay off gov’t’s redline or face its wrath

By Doh James Sonkey Territorial Administration Minister, Atanga Nji Paul has warned Prof Maurice Kamto of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, CRM party to stay off government’s drawn redline, or be ready to face the wrath of


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