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Kumbo Diocese Documents 385 Deaths In 7 Months

Kumbo Diocese Documents 385 Deaths In 7 Months

The Kumbo Diocesan Director of Communications, Rev. Elvis Nsaikila Wanyu Njong, S.D, has said 385 civilians have been documented dead within 7 months while 750 houses have been burned in Kumbo. A statement reads that the figures could be higher. This is contained in a detailed report produced by the Diocese, enumerating the damages caused […]

Anglophones Defy Yaoundé Once More, Stage Successful Ghost Town

Anglophones Defy Yaoundé Once More, Stage Successful Ghost Town

This can only be considered as a dirty slap in the face for Yaoundé, after they put into effective use the state media CRTV and its propaganda arm to feed Cameroonians with false information relating to the start of the second term of the school year in the Northwest and Southwest regions this Monday 23rd […]

Are Southern Cameroonians Fighting for “Secession” or to “Separation”?

Are Southern Cameroonians Fighting for “Secession” or to “Separation”?

In this present struggle for our freedom and independence, we should be very careful and articulate in the way we use legal words and concepts in order not to create the wrong impression. I say so because I have heard and read many write-ups on Facebook where Southern Cameroonians are voicing that they want “Secession” […]

The Anglophone Problem

The Anglophone Problem

Opinion Paper BY HARRY FON ACHA WHAT IS THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM? The past few weeks will be recorded in the history of Cameroon as a period when some Cameroonians decided to stand up against what they perceive as the systematic marginalisation of a people who, by virtue of their common heritage (education, culture, way of life […]

Rev. Kisob Moves Forward Plan to Storm SONARA

Rev. Kisob Moves Forward Plan to Storm SONARA

The leader of the Cameroon Party for Social Justice (CPSJ)-Rev Bertin Kisob has informed journalists in Bamenda that he will be travelling to Limbe tonight with four buses of supporters, instead of Thursday October 29, as initially programmed, to stage a sit down strike in front of the National Refinery Corporation-SONERA. In the SMS circulated […]

Fon Moolo II Epitome of Development and Peace In Nkar

Fon Moolo II Epitome of Development and Peace In Nkar

Fon Moolo II of Nkar, has been described as an epitome of peace and development in his area. This revelation was made by Fon Sintiel II of Oku, during the annual death commemoration of the late fon Tume Ntani of Nkar from the 1st to the 08th of February 2015 He made the remarks while […]

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