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SDF Calls for Neutral Party to Steer Biya’s Upcoming Dialogue

SDF Calls for Neutral Party to Steer Biya’s Upcoming Dialogue

The Social Democratic Front, Cameroon’s leading opposition party has proposed that the upcoming National Inclusive Dialogue called by President Paul Biya be chaired by a neutral party. This is one of several proposals the party gave the Prime Minister to channel to the Head of State following consultative talks on Thursday. The delegation led by  […]

President Biya’s Speech, 10/09

President Biya’s Speech, 10/09

Fellow Cameroonians, My Dear Compatriots, For close to three years now, the North-West and South-West Regions of our country have been going through a crisis that not only jeopardizes the safety and well-being of the population living there, but also has far-reaching consequences for the national community as a whole. It should be recalled that […]

5 STEPS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL IN SW AND NW REGIONS

5 STEPS FOR THE RESUMPTION OF SCHOOL IN SW AND NW REGIONS

1⃣ Initiates dialogue for a cease-fire with all groups within Cameroon and in the Diaspora that are waging an armed fight in the North West and South West regions. 2⃣ Engages in dialogue with the teacher’s unions in the North West and South West regions to determine the conditions for the resumption of school and […]

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? (part II)

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks? (part II)

Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst for Central Africa Hans De Marie Heungoup talks about how Cameroonian and international actors can play to break the deadlock and encourage the two sides to make concessions. CRISISGROUP I.Introduction The crisis in the Anglophone regions (Northwest and Southwest) of Cameroon that began in October 2016 with protests by teachers and […]

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