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Night Curfew Extended For The Third Week

Night Curfew Extended For The Third Week

Northwest Governor Lele Lafrique Adophe has extended for another week, the night curfew imposed across the entire Northwest region. In a press release by the governor following the Regional Order No 019 extending the curfew for the second time, the governor cited the growing threats from secessionist activists against the forces of law and order […]

Bamenda Celebrates Youth Day Under Curfew

Bamenda Celebrates Youth Day Under Curfew

Bamenda like the rest of the country has just observed the 52nd edition of the National Youth Day albeit under very tense atmosphere. The army and security forces took up strategic positions in town including high raised buildings, blocking the free flow of traffic into and out of central town and into the ceremonial ground. Army […]

Northwest Under Tight Curfew

Northwest Under Tight Curfew

A night curfew from 8 pm to 6 am has been declared over the entre Northwest Region from today, February 10th to Saturday February 17, 2018 renewable. The curfew declared by Northwest Governor Lele Lafrique Cheffo Deben Adolphe follows to days of heighten tension in Bamenda after the killing of a soldier by unidentified individuals […]

Breaking-Bamenda Plunged into Panic and Confusion

Breaking-Bamenda Plunged into Panic and Confusion

The City of Bamenda has been plunged into a state of confusion and heightened tension this Friday February  9, 2018 as several residents are scrambling to get home following the deployment of the military into commercial areas of town this morning. Several schools have already shut down for the day while shops and markets are […]

Gendarmes Shoot Two Unarmed  Civilians In Bamenda

Gendarmes Shoot Two Unarmed  Civilians In Bamenda

Two persons have been shot early this morning at the Sonac Street by the gendarmes on patrol. The two were on a bike heading to Nkwen when they were shot from behind by a unit of the gendarmes stationed just around the Metayen Coorperative Credit Union House. The bike rider was been rushed to the […]

The Anglophone Crisis: Where I Stand – Hon. FOBI NCHINDA 

The Anglophone Crisis: Where I Stand – Hon. FOBI NCHINDA 

It has been an honour and a blessing for me to legally represent the more than 700,000 noble people of the Bamenda/Bali constituency in my native Mezam. I am thankful to the Almighty God, and to you my people, who have in different degrees, made this possible. I have received threats on my person, my […]

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