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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 […]

Proposal to End the War in Cameroon (I)

Proposal to End the War in Cameroon (I)

By Dr. Nfor N Susungi (Chairman of the Economy Group of  the AGC) 1.0  I read with great interest the statement that was published by Prime Minister Peter Musonge on his Facebook page on the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.  I was taken by surprise by this statement because it did not seem to reflect the […]

Anglophone Crisis: How the Catholic Church Can Promote Dialogue

Anglophone Crisis: How the Catholic Church Can Promote Dialogue

  The Anglophone crisis in Cameroon is growing deadlier. The Catholic Church could mediate between Anglophone militants and the state, but clergy have espoused clashing views on key issues. The Church should heal its divides so as to be a neutral arbiter that can broker peace. What’s new? Fighting is spreading between security forces and militants […]

The Complexity Of A Social Crisis

The Complexity Of A Social Crisis

By Ekema Emmanuel Likine, Political Sociologist.  Social crisis are easy to start but very difficult to end. Their validity is sustained as long as different interest groups come up with diverse motives to keep the crisis alive. Social crisis are most often the brain child of the elites class that sets the goal for a […]

NW Governor Ban Movement of Bikes In Volatile Subdivisions

NW Governor Ban Movement of Bikes In Volatile Subdivisions

A regional order, No 25/RO/E/GNWR/SG/PAOD signed by Lele Lafrique Adolphe on March 8, 2018 has suspended all movement of motorbikes in three subdivisions of the Northwest Region, two in Momo and one in Ngoketunjia. The order states that it’s due to “the exigencies of security, preservation of peace and the maintenance of law and order” […]

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