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Anglophone Crisis: Pentecostal Churches Declared Support For Catholics, Pres and Baptist leaders

Anglophone Crisis: Pentecostal Churches Declared Support For Catholics, Pres and Baptist leaders

The way things are unfolding, it would appear there is no end in sight for the Anglophone Crisis. Each passing day bring up a new twist to the unfolding story. Recently it was a call by the Apostolic Bishop Congress (ABC) for all Pentecostal Christians together with Apostolic/Pentecostal Bishops, Pastors and leaders to “stand up in […]

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 […]

Cameroon must urgently free the internet in Anglophone regions – UN expert

Cameroon must urgently free the internet in Anglophone regions – UN expert

Cameroon should immediately reverse the ‘‘appalling violation of their (citizen’s) right to freedom of expression,” in its Anglophone regions by restoring internet access, a United Nations expert has said. Internet service has been cut since mid-January 2017 following a series of anti-government protests in the regions. According to David Kaye, Yaounde was breaking international laws […]

Cameroon: Colonial Past and Present Frictions (by DW)

Cameroon: Colonial Past and Present Frictions (by DW)

In Cameroon, there has been a surge in protests by the English speaking minority against the dominance of the francophone majority. Understanding the country's colonial past helps explain the depth of this animosity. The area around Mount Cameroon, an active volcano some 4,000 meters (13,000 feet ) above sea level, was known to the Cartharginians […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Regions Suffer Under Internet Ban

Cameroon’s Anglophone Regions Suffer Under Internet Ban

  In Cameroon, a government-ordered internet blackout aimed at quashing unrest in the English-speaking regions is hurting the local economy. Banks have been paralyzed and salaries left unpaid. In Buea, capital of the English-speaking Southwest region of Cameroon, Carlos Company Limited offers hotel and dry cleaning services, employing 140 people. Some of them have gathered […]

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 […]

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