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  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

  An Open Letter to Peter Essoka by a Southern Cameroonian.

             Dear Sir, I just read with disdain the press release you sent out as President of the CNC threatening to shut down Newspapers & TV stations in Cameroon. What a disgrace coming from a trained veteran journalist of your caliber. How come you put your pen on a document […]

B’da-Ghost Town Season 3, Episode 1 in Images

B’da-Ghost Town Season 3, Episode 1 in Images

Joel Matip: Liverpool centre-back is cleared to play by Fifa

Joel Matip: Liverpool centre-back is cleared to play by Fifa

Joel Matip has been cleared to play for Liverpool by Fifa following confusion over the defender's availability during the Africa Cup of Nations. Cameroon said he had refused a call-up, and Fifa rules state a player may be blocked from featuring for his club if he refuses to play for his country. Matip, 25, was […]

Biya Ignores Anglophone Cries, Arrest Consortium Leaders

Biya Ignores Anglophone Cries, Arrest Consortium Leaders

The leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC), Bar. Nkongho Felix and Dr. Niba Fontem alongside Mancho Bibixy, the leader of the Coffin Revolution have been arrested and transferred to Yaoundé. They were arrested on Tuesday, minutes after the Territorial Administration and Decentralization Minister, Emmanuel Rene Sadi outlawed the activities of the Southern […]

Bamenda Plunged Into Cyber-darkness

Bamenda Plunged Into Cyber-darkness

    The City of Bamenda, the biggest English speaking town in Cameroon is experiencing an internet blackout for the past four days, causing businesses and even government offices millions of Francs CFA in loss. Though no official reason has been advanced, its widely believe that internet service providers have been forced by the state […]

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

This so-called Ministerial order banning the SCNC and the Consortium of Southern Cameroons Civil Society Organisations is a desperate kick of a dying horse. This desperate move is not new. Southern Cameroonians have lived with this since the annexation and colonisation of our territory in 1961. Southern Cameroonians have resisted colonial governance through dictatorial fiat […]

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