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AFCON2019: Cameroon May Crack With Expanded Format

AFCON2019: Cameroon May Crack With Expanded Format

The Confederation of African Football –CAF’s executive committee has announced it will be increasing from 16 to 24 the number of teams to participate in the African Cup of Nations, beginning 2019 in Cameroon. This decision is feared could create enormous problems for Cameroon which is already running behind schedule with its infrastructural development. Sports […]

Camair-co Re-Launches Bamenda Air Route

Camair-co Re-Launches Bamenda Air Route

The City of Bamenda, Cameroon’s third metropolis is now officially linked to the rest of the country by air through Camair-Co. Transport Minister Edgar Alain Mebe Ngo’o officially launched the route this afternoon at a ceremony that held at the Bamenda-Bafut Airport. He called on Northwest elites and businessmen to make use of the three flights […]

Vatican Emissaries in Cameroon As Gov’t Maintains Sealed Lips

Vatican Emissaries in Cameroon As Gov’t Maintains Sealed Lips

Information is filtering out that the Holy See had sent two emissaries to Yaoundé accompanied by a forensic expert as the Vatican seeks more clarifications from the Cameroonian authority following the presumed assassination of one of theirs,  Bishop Jean Marie Benoit Balla of the Bafia Diocese.  Vincent Sosthene Fouda, a Catholic Christian and concern Cameroonian […]

Anglophone Crises: Prosecutor Playing Games With Detainees

Anglophone Crises: Prosecutor Playing Games With Detainees

It has emerged from from an online video circulated on social media that the state prosecutor is deliberately stalling the legal trial of the detained anglophone leaders and journalists held at the Yaoundé Kodengui Maximum prison. In the video, Mancho Bibixy seen interviewed with a hidden camara says neither the state prosecutor at the Military tribunal or judicial investigators […]

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 […]

Regional Delegations Steal Unity Day Celebration in Bamenda

Regional Delegations Steal Unity Day Celebration in Bamenda

Workers of the different regional delegations of government services and para-statals were coerced to turn out in their numbers, out numbering pupils and students to commemorate the 45th edition of the unitary state in Bamenda where only three government primary schools and seven secondary schools took part. This anticipated low turnout of pupils and students […]

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