Browsing: #2019

Real Estate Investor In between Devil And Deep Blue Sea

By LUSY LIMA  A Cameroonian from the diaspora who recently returned permanently to Cameroon to establish a real estate business and start an accounting firm is reported to be on the run following attacks and threats


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More Anglophone activists go underground  as gov’t intensifies manhunt

BY LUSY LIMA The Cameroon Government has resorted to a more sophisticated military operations to crackdown on Ambazonia fighters and Anglophone activists in total defiant to the peace, which many anticipated will return to the crisis–hit


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Anglophone crisis: Alleged separatists sponsors on the run as Gov’t intensifies search

By LUSY LIMA Since the Anglophone crisis, which started in 2016 with a strike action by Common Law Lawyers and Anglophone Teachers against marginalization metamorphosed into an arm conflict between security forces and separatist fighters, the


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Gov’t repression, man hunt for activists  intensifiesas Anglophone crisis lingers Clergymen, women tagged as enemies to the regime

BY JOHN KENNETH LUMA The ongoing schism in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon between the Anglophone restoration forces, also known as Ambazonia fighters and government’s security forces seems to intensify in magnitude


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Cameroon authorities launch crackdown on SCNC activists as Anglophone crisis deepens

By Ayuketang Blessing   The regime of Paul Biya has launched a crackdown on activists of the Southern Cameroon National Council, SCNC as the Anglophone crisis deepens in the North West and South West regions. Many


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Anglophone crisis: Government makes Cameroon too hot for SCNC activists

BY TRACY ANNIE The crisis that has been raging in the North and South West regions of Cameroon has taken a new twist, as security forces are making things too hot for activists of the Southern


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By Cindy Akwo The Anglophone crisis that started with the Common Law Lawyers and Anglophone teachers’ strike on the marginalisation of the Anglophones better still Southern Cameroons in 2016 has gradually been transformed into an armed


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Two pay for October 1 2017 demonstration

BY AGBOR FRANKLINE Pani Lavoisire Ekema Muambo and Robert Molokwa are two youths who are paying dearly for the October 1, 2017 demonstration in Buea, chief town of the South West region of Cameroon. The demonstration,


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Military launches manhunt for alleged Anglophone activist as her husband goes “missing”

By Cindy Akwo The Anglophone crisis that started with the Common Law Lawyers and Anglophone teachers’ strike on the marginalisation of the Anglophones better still Southern Cameroons in 2016 has gradually been transformed into an armed


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Population Of Tiko Demands The Whereabouts Of Councillor

By LUCY LIMA With the announcement of Municipal and Legislative elections slated for the beginning of 2020, the political players in the country are expected to show faces on set. Though there is a lot of uncertainty,


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