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Is Biya Trying To Cajole NW Population?

Is Biya Trying To Cajole NW Population?

    11 Government Ministers visit Bamenda within a month Several multi-billion projects announced More roads to be tarred Referral Hospital on the way A total of 11 government ministers have been visiting the Northwest within the last 30 days or so for one reason or the other with each proposing or coming to announce […]

Biya Employs Divide and Rule as Solution to Anglophone Crisis

Biya Employs Divide and Rule as Solution to Anglophone Crisis

  The North West Region appears to be paying the “scapegoat price” as the current Anglophone stalemate in the country persists, losing some key positions in government following recent appointments by the Head of State. In a typical “divide and rule” solution to the crisis, the government of Paul Biya has resorted to appointing more […]

Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Compelling Reasons Why Biya Should Immediately Open Dialogue on the Form of the State Sometime ago, a news publication (Cameroon Tribune) quoted President Paul Biya as saying he would like to be remembered as the man who “brought democracy” to Cameroon. That sentence or call it a declaration was scorned by many and some were […]

ELECAM: A Presidential decree appoints Board Chair and deputy

ELECAM: A Presidential decree appoints Board Chair and deputy

Former Governor and Civil Administrator, Enow Abrams Egbe has been appointed Board Chairman of the Electoral Council of Elections Cameroon. He takes over from Samuel Fonkam Azu'u, pioneer chair of the board. The Presidential decree signed 25th April also appoints a vice chairman, Amugu née Abena Ekobena Appolline Marie. Still on Elecam, the President appointed […]

Imagine Macron Inviting Biya To Elysee

Imagine Macron Inviting Biya To Elysee

If opinion polls are anything to go by, then Emmanuel Macron will be the next president of France come next May 7 after the run off with Far Right candidate Marine Le Pen. That would make him the youngest president in French history ever at the age of 39. By African standard he is a toddler […]

Left – Right Political Axis, Where Do We Fit

Left – Right Political Axis, Where Do We Fit

Cameroon is popularly referred to as Africa in miniature, and I don’t want to dive into how this coinage came about, but I think this has come to stick and in some very uncanny way perfectly applies to this triangle we call home. Perusing through some papers from my father’s dusty book shelve I took […]

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