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Illicit Fuel Trade Hurting NW Economy

Illicit Fuel Trade Hurting NW Economy

The sale of contraband petrol popularly called “fingue” or “zoazoa” in the Northwest region and Bamenda in particular has been strongly condemned by the Northwest Administration who blame it for adversely affecting the economy and the health of the sellers. The Inspector General of the Region, Ivo Charles Makoge raised the worries during a sensitization […]

Elite Players Question Professionalism Of League

Elite Players Question Professionalism Of League

Players of Yong Sport Academy have questioned the level of professionalism exhibited by the Cameroon Professional Football League during an exchange with members of the National Syndicate of Cameroonian Footballers –SYNAFOC, led by its National President, former Cameroonian International Geremy Njitap during a working visit at the Mansfield Plaza Hotel, Bamenda Thursday June 15, 2016. […]

Bali: Livestock Delegate Targets West African Market

Bali: Livestock Delegate Targets West African Market

The Newly installed Sub Delegate of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries for Bali Sub Division, Mezam Division of the North West Region Rosaline Suy Nsakseh has made a pledge to step up Animal Production in Bali that would surpass Subsistence Production and supply other Countries in Africa. She made this promise on Tuesday 13th June […]

NW Governor Tours FSLC Centres

NW Governor Tours FSLC Centres

Northwest Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique is touring centres accommodating pupils currently writing the First School Living Certificate – FSLC examination today. The Governor left Bamenda a while ago for Fundong, Boyo Division. A release from his office also indicates he will visit centres in Bali, Batibo and Widikum before the examination wraps up later this afternoon. […]

Higher Judicial Council Passes By Anglophone crisis

Higher Judicial Council Passes By Anglophone crisis

As the curtains were pulled over the last session of the Higher Judicial Council Wednesday June 7 at the Unity Palace, the echoes of the Anglophone crisis appeared to have made an impact with the appointment of the first Anglophone since independence into the Judicial Chamber of the Supreme Court.  The coming of Epuli Mathias […]

GCE2017 Witnesses Low Turnout Amidst Tight Security In Bamenda

GCE2017 Witnesses Low Turnout  Amidst Tight Security In Bamenda

Campus of GBHS Bamenda Down Town this morning[/caption] Candidates started sitting in for the written part of the June 2017 session of the GCE Board examination in all 10 regions of the country with special security measures put in place in "unified-accommodation" centres in the Northwest and Southwest regions due to the ongoing Anglophone crisis […]

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