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2017  U- Games Kicks Off Under Shadow of The Anglophone Crisis

2017  U- Games Kicks Off Under Shadow of The Anglophone Crisis

The 20th edition of the University Games of Cameroon and the first ever to be hosted in the Northwest Region officially kicked off this afternoon at the campus of the University of Bamenda, with some 3000 athletes from eight state universities, three public higher institutes of learning and seven private universities and higher institute of […]

Anglophone Crisis: B’da Court of First Instance Postpone Case Against Bishops

Anglophone Crisis: B’da Court of First Instance Postpone Case Against Bishops

The Arch Bishop of the Bamenda Arch Diocese, His Grace Cornelius Fontem Esua, the Auxiliary Bishop of Bamenda  Mgr. Micheal Bibi, the Bishop of Kumbo, Mgr.George Nkuo the Principals of Our Lady of Lourdes and Sacred Heart Mankon, and the principal of Saint Bedes College Ashing Kom were due to appear before the Court of […]

CPDM Barons Plot Party Anniversary in Secrecy As Ghost Hunt Them

CPDM Barons Plot Party Anniversary in Secrecy As Ghost Hunt Them

  One of the greatest challenges facing CPDM bigwigs in the Northwest region  and the entire former West Cameroon is how and where to hold the party’s 32nd anniversary celebration this Friday March 24 due to the present socio-political problems and the devastating effects of the ghost town. The Prime Minister and Head of Government […]

Eric Mendi: Twice Winner of the Grand of Prix of Literary Associations

Eric Mendi: Twice Winner of the Grand of Prix of Literary Associations

About two weeks after the GPLA 2016 Awards Ceremony, people are still wondering about the unexpected victory of the Laureate in the Belles-Lettres Category of the fourth edition of the Grand Prix of Literary Associations.  Eric Mendi, a writer described by Senegalese website Senenews.com as “until now a modest Cameroonian author living in Cameroon, published […]

Invisible Ghost Terrorizes Bamenda Once Again

Invisible Ghost Terrorizes Bamenda Once Again

  Despite the heavy deployment of troops, Bamenda capital of the Northwest has been plunged into a ghost state, with shops, banks, inter-urban transport agencies, offices, restaurants, markets, taxis, “benskin” and neigbourhood provision stores all shut down in strict respect to the calls for a ghost town in solidarity with the Anglophones (Mancho Bibixy, Bar. […]

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

Decades ago, Dr. John Ngu Foncha, then Prime Minister of Southern Cameroons, was rebuffed by Britain and the United Nations when he asked for full independence for Southern Cameroons. He later advocated for a federation of two equal States into which Southern Cameroons and La Republique du Cameroun entered in 1961. Events of May 20, […]

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