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10 POINTS FOR AMBAZONIA INDEPENDENCE BY A GERMAN ACTIVIST

10 POINTS FOR AMBAZONIA INDEPENDENCE BY A GERMAN ACTIVIST

  Mr. Christoph Hans Messner, is a German, who is also involved in the German resistance against the wrong way of New World Order. He has a university degree in educational psychology and will publish a political book in German soon called “World Pyramid of Power? Strategic questions to the Political Resistance”. He has strong […]

Gov’t Shuts Down Bamenda Independant Radio in the Face of an Anglophone Crisis

Gov’t Shuts Down Bamenda Independant Radio in the Face of an Anglophone Crisis

    One of Bamenda’s leading independant radio stations, Radio Hot Cocoa has been temporarily shut down by the administration of Mezam. This follows a regional order N0 001/AR/SDG/SG/DAAJ of 10th January 2017, signed by the prefect of Mezam, Songa Pierre Rene. Hot Cocoa was sealed about the hours of 4 and 4:30 pm on […]

NW Governor Reacts To Ongoing Strike in Bamenda

NW Governor Reacts To Ongoing Strike in Bamenda

  Speaking over the National Station, CRTV early this morning, Northwest Governor Adolph Lele L’Afrique said his administration has taken the necessary measures for law and order to reign in Bamenda. Speaking in French he said investigations are ongoing to establish and punish the perpetrators of these acts of vandalism. The Governor also said the […]

AYAH Paul – Supreme Court Judge – Supports Common Law Lawyers’ Strike Action

AYAH Paul – Supreme Court Judge – Supports Common Law Lawyers’ Strike Action

Supreme Court Judge, Ayah Paul Abine has issued a statement indicating his Support for the  Common Law Lawyers' Strike Action, and has also added his voice to call for a  Boycott of Women's AFCON 2016 to take place in Limbe (Victoria) and Yaounde. Below is the complete communique. COMMUNIQUE A combined fact-finding delegation of Popular […]

The Management of Diversity and the Cry of Common Law Lawyers.

The Management of Diversity and the Cry of Common Law Lawyers.

Forcing learned gentlemen of the law into the streets robed in their wigs and gowns is something no Government should wish for. Lawyers are the defenders of those without power, and the watchdogs of the rule of law. Citizens, who are witnesses to such a spectacle, will immediately feel fragile, and the existence of the […]

Raison d’être and Sequel of the Strike Action of Common Law Lawyers

Raison d’être and Sequel of the Strike Action of Common Law Lawyers

At the close of over fifty years of independence, which we of the erstwhile British Southern Cameroons were screwed up to accede to, “by joining, either La République du Cameroun or the Federal Republic of Nigeria” which both had their own unconditional independence on January 1, 1960 and October 1, 1960, respectively, we came to the realization that we had simply […]

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