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A MUST READ SECOND OPEN LETTER TO BISHOP GEORGE NKUO ON THE LAUNCH OF THE BEATIFICATION CAUSE OF DR. PROF. BERNARD NSOKIKA FONLON

SECOND OPEN LETTER TO THE MOST REVEREND GEORGE NKUO, BISHOP OF THE DIOCESE OF KUMBO AND HIS COLLEGE OF CONSULTORS REGARDING THE EARNEST CONSIDERATION OF THE OFFICIAL LAUNCHING OF THE BEATIFICATION PROCESS OF THE LATE PROFESSOR


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Military launches manhunt for members of village vigilante movement

By LUSI LIMA   The Anglophone crisis that started with the Common Law lawyers’ and Anglophone teachers’ strike over the marginalisation of the Anglophones better still Southern Cameroonians in 2016 has spiraled into an armed conflict.


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Anglophone Crisis:  Gov’t crackdown intensifies as separatists  remain adamant to realizing secession

BY LUSY LIMA The Anglophone crisis that started with separate strikes by common law lawyers and teachers of English speaking extraction in 2016 has degenerated in an armed conflict, with tension raging in the North West


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Prof Mbarika speaks out on innovative ICT University

  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become the cornerstone for development in every spheres of life.  One of Africa’s voice and foremost experts on Information and Communications Technology, Cameroon-born American Professor, Victor Mbarika, in 2010,


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Anglophone crisis: Darker days for youth in NW/SW

By Ayuketang Blessing The night remains long for most Cameroonian youths in the country’s crisis plagued North West and South West regions as the Anglophone crisis continues, for, it has become the order of the day


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Anglophone crisis:  Gov’t intensifies manhunt for alleged activists despite Major National Dialogue

By LUSY LIMA Despite the successfully Major National Dialogue that took place in Yaounde from September 30, 2019 to October 5,2019 aimed at handling the current Anglophone crisis that has been rocking the restive regions of


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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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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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Government bent on prosecuting  strike actions leaders in Cameroon

BY LUSY LIMA The Cameroon government has vowed to hunt down and prosecute leaders of major strike actions that have rocked the country within the last two years as a way of deterring others from ever


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