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CPJ Calls on Cameroon’s Biya to Release Critically Ill Journalist

CPJ Calls on Cameroon’s Biya to Release Critically Ill Journalist

His Excellency Paul Biya President of the Republic of Cameroon P.O. Box 100 Yaoundé, Cameroon December 19, 2018 Facsimile: +237-222-203306 Email: [email protected] Sent via facsimile & email Dear President Biya, The Committee to Protect Journalists, an independent press freedom advocacy organization, writes to request that you release imprisoned journalist Thomas Awah Junior, the Northwest […]

Open letter to H.E Paul Biya, newly re-elected President of Cameroun

Open letter to H.E Paul Biya, newly re-elected President of Cameroun

Your Excellency, I followed your inaugural address on the 6 November 2018 with keen attention and with particular focus on your plan to end the raging war in the North West Region and South West Region. Your Excellency, permit me to recall that the conflict in the North West Region and South West Region is […]

PCC Calls for Unconditional Release of kidnapped Students

PCC Calls for Unconditional Release of kidnapped Students

The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) has called on those who abducted 78 students and three staff members of the Presbyterian Secondary school (PSS) Nkwen to “immediately and unconditionally release them”. In a communiqué by the head of the PCC, the Right Rev. Fonki Samuel on Monday November 5, he said 11 final year students […]

Testing The Ground, Life Staggering In Mbengwi

Testing The Ground, Life Staggering In Mbengwi

At last the long awaited return to normalcy is gradually gaining grounds, close to two weeks after the town was completely shutdown prior to the historic Oct. 7 2018 presidential election in Cameroon that is now history but whose dust raised is still very much hovering in the air as the entire nation anxiously awaits […]

Adolphe Lele Woos Fighters With Psycho-social & Logistical Support Upon Repentance

Adolphe Lele Woos Fighters With Psycho-social & Logistical Support Upon Repentance

The governor of the N.W Region of Cameroon, Adolf Lele Lafrique has called on the population of his region of command to remain the peace loving, law abiding and above all God fearing citizens that they’ve always been in the face of the ongoing sociopolitical and security turmoil rocking the region. He made this call […]

How only Negotiations, Not Dialogue, can Put an end to the Anglophone crisis

How only Negotiations, Not Dialogue, can Put an end to the Anglophone crisis

This reflection is inspired by the fact that as British Consul, Hewlett took all his time dragging feet in Lagos rather than quickly coming over to Douala to sign agreements of ownership of Cameroon with the Douala Kings and by the time he arrived the Germans had already done the deal, government’s feet dragging over […]

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