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20th May Celebration in Mbengwi

20th May Celebration in Mbengwi

20th May 2017 in Mbengwi like elsewhere in the region was a very timid affair due to the soico-political crisis in the Northwest, with only one primary and secondary school taking part in the march pass at the Mbengwi ceremonial ground. The CPDM went to extra length to mobilize its militants who were the only […]

Anglophone Crisis: B’da Court of First Instance Postpone Case Against Bishops

Anglophone Crisis: B’da Court of First Instance Postpone Case Against Bishops

The Arch Bishop of the Bamenda Arch Diocese, His Grace Cornelius Fontem Esua, the Auxiliary Bishop of Bamenda  Mgr. Micheal Bibi, the Bishop of Kumbo, Mgr.George Nkuo the Principals of Our Lady of Lourdes and Sacred Heart Mankon, and the principal of Saint Bedes College Ashing Kom were due to appear before the Court of […]

Another Anglophone Lawyer Adducted In Bamenda

Another Anglophone Lawyer Adducted In Bamenda

Details are still emerging about the arrest and transfer to Yaoundé of a prominent Anglophone lawyer, and Human Right activist Barrister Fon Robert, as government operatives in Bamenda and other Anglophone towns still continue to intimidate Anglophones with extra-judicial arrests and kidnappings. Information reaching us says he was summoned to the Governor’s office last Thursday […]

Another Ghost Town Frustrates Government’s Planned Reopening

Another Ghost Town Frustrates Government’s Planned Reopening

The government of Cameroon and the administration of the Northwest and Southwest regions have seen another desperate attempt to have schools reopen in Anglophone Cameroon perturbed by the annoying ghost towns that have rendered them helpless in the front of a national crisis. Northwest Governor, Adolph Lele Lafrique was on the brink of becoming a […]

Lele Lafrique In Donga Mantung to Enforce School Reopening

Lele Lafrique In Donga Mantung to Enforce School Reopening

Northwest Governor, Adolph Lele Lafrique accompanied by heavy security, his close collaborators and a battery of reporters is in Donga Mantung Division to assess the reopening of schools in that part of the region after he ostentatiously appeared on National Television to announced that he has succeeded to brokered a deal with the all Anglophone […]

Anglophone Leaders Could Face the Guillotine

Anglophone Leaders Could Face the Guillotine

  The arrested Anglophone leaders would appear before the Yaounde Military Tribunal next week to answer charges on 8 counts levied against them. These charges trumped up  since January 25th against Bar. Nkongho Felix, Dr. Fontem Niba and Mancho Bibixy includes  hostility against the fatherland, secession, civil war, revolution, armed band, propagation of false information, […]