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Biya Appoints New D.Os

Biya Appoints New D.Os

  A presidential decree signed on Monday, September 4, 2017 has appointed Divisional officers to some subdivisions in the country, including several in the northwest Region. Five of the seven subdivisions in Mezam are touched by the presidential degree. In Bamenda II, Tanyi Roquecegnol Akwo comes in, in place of Itoe Peter Mbongo who moves […]

Biya Alone Can Solve Anglophone Crisis-SDF NEC

Biya Alone Can Solve Anglophone Crisis-SDF NEC

Cameroon’s leading opposition party the Social Democratic Front-SDF has put the blame for the ongoing Anglophone crisis at the feet of President Paul Biya, saying “the responsibility to resolve this crisis rests on the shoulders of Mr. Biya and his shoulders alone” The SDF also finds fault in the regime management of crisis in the […]

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, […]

Biya Apoints Five New SDOs to NW

Biya Apoints Five New SDOs to NW

A presidential decree signed yesterday has appointed Senior Divisional Officers to various divisions in all ten regions of the country while retiring others. Five divisions in the Northwest region, Boyo, Ngoketunjia, Donga Mantung, Bui and Menchum were touched by the presidential decree, with only Absolom Monono of Momo and Songa Pierre of Mezam remaining unchanged. […]

Higher Judicial Council Passes By Anglophone crisis

Higher Judicial Council Passes By Anglophone crisis

As the curtains were pulled over the last session of the Higher Judicial Council Wednesday June 7 at the Unity Palace, the echoes of the Anglophone crisis appeared to have made an impact with the appointment of the first Anglophone since independence into the Judicial Chamber of the Supreme Court.  The coming of Epuli Mathias […]

Is Biya Trying To Cajole NW Population?

Is Biya Trying To Cajole NW Population?

    11 Government Ministers visit Bamenda within a month Several multi-billion projects announced More roads to be tarred Referral Hospital on the way A total of 11 government ministers have been visiting the Northwest within the last 30 days or so for one reason or the other with each proposing or coming to announce […]

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