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Extended Ghost Town Losing Steam

Extended Ghost Town Losing Steam

The call for three days of ghost town forced on the populations of the Northwest and Southwest regions have witnessed a downward trend in week two. The ghost town usually leaves the streets of Bamenda quiet with total blackout to business activities, a general silence around markets and its surrounding areas, handful of commercial motor […]

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE: THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

EDUCATION AND DIALOGUE:  THE BEST TOOLS FOR GENUINE NATION BUILDING

  By Professor Jean-Emmanuel PONDI Never in the modern history of popular emancipation has not going to school been used as a winning strategy to attain the full emancipation of a people. Let us be clear from the onset. As I acknowledged in a reflection published as early as December 22nd, 2016 – for a […]

Manyu SDO Declares Night Curfew To Counter Arson Attacks

Manyu SDO Declares Night Curfew To Counter Arson Attacks

A night curfew has been imposed on Mamfe, chief town of Manyu Division in the Southwest Region with all movement in the town prohibited as from 10 pm.  The decision by Um II Joseph SDO for Manyu is intended to curb the burning of schools and some ill intend individuals who are trying to sabotage […]

Anglophone Crisis: Sen. Achidi, Dingha Weighs In, Calls for School Resumption

Anglophone Crisis: Sen. Achidi, Dingha Weighs In, Calls for School Resumption

Both men were accompanied by Hon. Enwe Francis of Momo West at a press gathering this afternoon at the Ayaba Hotel Bamenda to ask the media in the region to continue to sensitize the population to shun fear and send their children back to school. The call comes after schools failed to effectively kick off […]

Ghost Town Rubbishes Another School Reopening in Bamenda

Ghost Town Rubbishes Another School Reopening in Bamenda

  Government officials in Bamenda are busy scratching their heads and revising their ENAM notes as another ghost town brings to nullity another highly publicized and anticipated government school reopening in the region in the midst of the ongoing Anglophone crisis. Despite the presence of the minister of Basic Education in town, another strong statement […]

Angophone Crisis: Gov’t Dispatches SOS Team to US

Angophone Crisis: Gov’t Dispatches SOS Team to US

A roadblock with placard during recent streets decrying Anglophone marginilization[ BamendaOnline Pictures] Three members of government will travel to the United States this week following the content of a letter sent by the Prime Minister Philemon Yang to Ambassador Tommo Monthe, Cameroon’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations. The Director of Cabinet at the Prime Minister’s office, […]

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