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Anglophone Crisis:  Ndam Njoya Calls For Inclusive Dialogue

Anglophone Crisis:  Ndam Njoya Calls For Inclusive Dialogue

An “inclusive and unconditional dialogue” is the way out of the Anglophone Crisis according to Adamu Ndam Njoya, President of the Cameroon Democratic Union (CDU)  who also doubles as mayor of Foumban in the West Region. Speaking in Yaounde on Monday 13 November, Adamu Ndam Njoya said if all the efforts by government to find […]

B’da Killings: ADF Claims Responsibility

B’da Killings: ADF Claims Responsibility

 Police Control at City Chemist  November 21, 2016 /caption] The Killing of two gendarme officers in Bamenda in the wee hours of Wednesday has been claimed by the Ambazonian Defense Forces –ADF according to a report by the Reuters News Agency.   The report states “Cho Ayaba, a leading member of the Ambazonian Governing Council, […]

Pan African Youth Development Network Dishes Out Peace Pills To Mankon

Pan African Youth Development Network Dishes Out Peace Pills To Mankon

The people of Mankon have been prescribed peace as the ultimate solution to the ongoing Anglophone crisis plaguing Cameroon. This was during a “peace gathering” at the Mankon Fon’s Palace Courtyard, organised by the Pan African Youth Development Network. Abdou Karim, the main speaker at the gathering used scriptures from the Holy Bible and Quaran […]

Anglophone Crisis: School Boycott Losing Appeal

Anglophone Crisis: School Boycott Losing Appeal

 The mention of school resumption to parents in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon during the wee days of the 2017/2018 academic year was a taboo, an absurdity of the times and an indication that your do not belong. Many joint the strike for the restoration of a professional education system where their children […]

Cameroon’s Worsening Anglophone Crisis Calls for Strong Measures

Cameroon’s Worsening Anglophone Crisis Calls for Strong Measures

Against a backdrop of bomb blasts, sporadic violence and repressive state measures, Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis has entered a new and intensified phase. In order to prevent the outbreak of an armed uprising, Cameroon’s president must go beyond superficial measures by urgently implementing key reforms and pursuing inclusive, high-level dialogue mediated by the UN or African Union. (read below the complete report […]

No To Human Right Abuses in SC Launched

No To Human Right Abuses in SC Launched

The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization (EIUC) has launched an online campaign calling for the respect of human rights in Southern Cameroon. The video features people from various parts of the world calling for the rights of persons to be upheld in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Several persons have […]

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