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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, […]

Anglophones Defy Yaoundé Once More, Stage Successful Ghost Town

Anglophones Defy Yaoundé Once More, Stage Successful Ghost Town

This can only be considered as a dirty slap in the face for Yaoundé, after they put into effective use the state media CRTV and its propaganda arm to feed Cameroonians with false information relating to the start of the second term of the school year in the Northwest and Southwest regions this Monday 23rd […]

Bamenda Plunged Into Cyber-darkness

Bamenda Plunged Into Cyber-darkness

    The City of Bamenda, the biggest English speaking town in Cameroon is experiencing an internet blackout for the past four days, causing businesses and even government offices millions of Francs CFA in loss. Though no official reason has been advanced, its widely believe that internet service providers have been forced by the state […]

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

THE OBNOXIOUS MINISTERIAL ORDER

This so-called Ministerial order banning the SCNC and the Consortium of Southern Cameroons Civil Society Organisations is a desperate kick of a dying horse. This desperate move is not new. Southern Cameroonians have lived with this since the annexation and colonisation of our territory in 1961. Southern Cameroonians have resisted colonial governance through dictatorial fiat […]

Anglophone Consortium Announces Another Ghost Town For Monday & Tuesday

Anglophone Consortium Announces Another Ghost Town For Monday & Tuesday

Following the hugely successful ghost town that held in Anglophone Cameroon on Moday January 9, giving the teachers’ trade union representatives more leverage on the negotiating table with the government last Thursday and Friday, another ghost-town operation has been called for by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium for Monday and Tuesday January 16 and […]

Government releases 21 Anglophone Youths Ahead of Ad-hoc Meeting

Government releases 21 Anglophone Youths Ahead of Ad-hoc Meeting

The bus transporting the detainees arriving the governor's office explanade Some 21 out of the presumed 41 youths still in detention arrested in Bamenda last December 8, 2016 have been released. They arrived Bamenda yesterday morning accompanied by heavily armed and masked security officials and were received by Northwest Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique at the esplanade […]

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