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Yaounde Chains and Torture Southern Cameroonians

Yaounde Chains and Torture Southern Cameroonians

18 Anglophones were transferred yesterday (Monday July 2) from Buea Central Prison to Kondengui Prison, Yaounde. These 18 detainees are currently detained in ‘Kosovo’, a section of Kondengui maximum security prison. They have been kept in tight chains and were brutally tortured last night by prison guards who repeatedly called them Ambazonians. This prompted a […]

9 Capital Sins Francophones Committed Against Anglophones

9 Capital Sins Francophones Committed Against Anglophones

On 1st January 1960, French Cameroun comes out of colonization and gains her independence from France.During this period, Anglophone Cameroon is still under British rule. The résolution 1352 of the UNO authorises Britain to organise a referendum to either join its Cameroon colonies either to Nigéria or to French Cameroun. On 11 February 1961, the […]

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 […]

Britain Wants Democratic Solution to Anglophone Crisis

Britain Wants Democratic Solution to Anglophone Crisis

The British Minister for African Affairs Harriett Baldwin has said the crisis rocking the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon since 2016 can only be solved democratically. Speaking to Pan-African magazine, Jeune Afrique recently, Hariet Baldwin expressed growing concerns at the upsurge of violence in the Anglophone regions as well as the detention of separatist leader […]

15 British MPs Table Motion To Condemn Atrocities In Cameroon

15 British MPs Table Motion To Condemn Atrocities In Cameroon

The Early Day Motion 1189 is sponsored by Hywel Williams of Plaid Cymru party and supported by MPS from across the British political divide including MPs from the Labour and Conservative parties and the Scottish National Party. The Early Day Motion 1189 titled the “Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon” was tabled on the 24 of April […]

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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