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Uncertainty Grips B’da As Gov’t and Amba Tussle for Mind Control

Uncertainty Grips B’da As Gov’t and Amba Tussle for Mind Control

Denizens of Bamenda were very reluctant to get out this Monday morning, a “ghost town” day and the first full day of dusk to dawn curfew imposed by the Northwest Administration. Signed on Sunday by Northwest Governor, Adolphe Lele Lafrique, the six to six curfew caught many by surprise. Several persons only knew of it […]

NW Under A New Dawn to Dusk Curfew

NW Under A New Dawn to Dusk Curfew

The entire Northwest Region has been placed ounder a Dusk to Dawn Curfew. This is contained in a regional order signed by Governor  Adolphe Lele Lafrique today. In the Regional Order N0 462/RO/E/GNWR/ SG/PAOD signed September 9, 2018  by the Governor all “movement of persons and property is…restricted from 6pm to 6am within the North West […]

Circulation Restored On Bda-Santa Road

Circulation Restored On Bda-Santa Road

Circulation has been restored on the Bamenda-Santa road after suspected pro-independence forces dug  a gorge, immobilized some intercity buses and blocked all circulation yesterday night at Mile 8 Akum. The incident happened barely a couple of kilometers away from a heavily manned security post at Mile 3 Akum. Following work on the road under military […]

Sounds of Gunshots Bring Mbengwi To Stand Still

Sounds of Gunshots Bring Mbengwi To Stand Still

It’s a sunny Friday afternoon, Tad Market, the commercial hub of Mbengwi was filling up for another busy day. Not long, unidentified men mounted road blocks using tree trunks, and blocking access and exit from the market in all directions.  But through phone call, a temporal impromptu market surfaced at Mile 18 Mbon. Business had […]

Military Truck Crush Three To Death In Kumbo

Military Truck Crush Three To Death In Kumbo

At least four persons have been confirmed death and several others wounded after a  military truck belonging to the Rapid Intervention Battalion, the BIR was involved in an accident at Sop Hill near Kumbo, late Sunday June 24. Eye witnesses say they truck on high speed went out of control and rammed into a bike […]

MP Mezam North, Hon Fusi Naamukong’s take on May 20th Celebrations

MP Mezam North, Hon Fusi Naamukong’s take on May 20th Celebrations

“20th May 2018 ought to be a national day of mourning and not celebrations, Hon Fusi Naamukong Wilfred, Member of Parliament Mezam North Constituency Says” The Hon Member of parliament for Tubah-Bafut, Hon Fusi Naamukong Wilfred says celebrating national unity when part of the country is in pain is a total sham. The MP was […]

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