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“Do No Harm” A Relevant Concept for Crisis Hit Cameroon

“Do No Harm” A Relevant Concept for Crisis Hit Cameroon

After over weeks of training to serve as Trainer in “Do No Harm,” thanks to the PCC Peace Office, the National Coordinator of the Cameroon Community Media Network CCMN Rosaline Akah Obah, had the opportunity to share this content in a presentation for over an hour last week. What is “Do No Harm” concept? The […]

AMBAZONIA PEACE INITIATIVE MUST HAVE NO PRECONDITIONS

AMBAZONIA PEACE INITIATIVE MUST HAVE NO PRECONDITIONS

After intense pressure from the international community and stakeholders, Paul Biya, the president of the Republic of Cameroun has grudgingly called for negotiations with undisclosed representatives of Ambazonia, or Cameroonian Anglophones as he prefers to call them. OEAS has learned from reliable sources in Yaoundé and Europe that in addition to the above actions, the […]

Expatriates Report Horrors in Africa’s Cameroon

Expatriates Report Horrors in Africa’s Cameroon

(CN) — Beheaded corpses. Entrails spilled onto dusty roads. Photos from the civil war raging in his home country Cameroon nauseate the professor. “Sometimes I wake up and on my WhatsApp feed there’s some pictures I cannot even take, I just have to delete, they’re gruesome,” he said. It’s time for the world to wake […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

After twenty months of clashes, the government and the separatists are both refusing to give ground. Both sides must explore compromise solutions aimed at a level of regional autonomy somewhere between the secession the separatists yearn for and the fake decentralisation proposed by Yaoundé. What’s new? The conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon is deadlocked. […]

A Day With the Ambazonia Leaders in Court- Part II

A Day With the Ambazonia Leaders in Court- Part II

The detained Ambazonia leaders were back at the Yaounde military Tribunal on Thursday January 10 for the case against them to finally open-however it took an eternity for matters to get started. Initially scheduled for 10am, the hearing was later pushed to 13.00pm due to different hearings that took longer than expected. 11.56 am : […]

Building an Africa where SheDecides

Building an Africa where SheDecides

Notable for attracting a remarkable chunk of political goodwill; and of course, its accompanying ‘nuisance value’ in rigid communities, feminist activism is getting louder in Africa. As many more African women jump on the bandwagon to entangle their daily speech with the language of feminism, the more fluent they become in demanding gender equality. Championing this […]

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