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Arrest of Ayuk & Co, What Implications For Anglophone Regions

Arrest of Ayuk & Co, What Implications For Anglophone Regions

  Following the arrest of the Julius Ayuk Tabe President of the Ambazonia Interim Government, and some of his close collaborators in Abuja on January 5, 2018 by the Nigerian Special Forces and their subsequent extradition to Cameroon, a dark cloud seems to have moved over both Anglophone regions of Cameroon, provoking a series of […]

Gunmen Abduct Cameroon Separatist Leader in Abuja

Gunmen Abduct Cameroon Separatist Leader in Abuja

Southern Cameroon's separatist leader, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe, has been abducted in Nigeria. A statement signed by Secretary of Communications and IT, Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Chris Anu, said Tabe was abducted by "gunmen from la Republic du Cameroun at about 19:30 pm in Nera Hotels, (Ekwueme Road), Abuja Nigeria on January 5, 2018." The […]

Nigeria’s SSS ‘Arrest Cameroon’s Separatist Leaders’

Nigeria’s SSS ‘Arrest Cameroon’s Separatist Leaders’

Nigerian authorities have arrested leaders of a group leading a separatist movement in neighbouring Cameroon. At least seven leaders of the Movement for the independence of Southern Cameroonians were arrested by the State Security Service on Friday in Abuja, several sources told PREMIUM TIMES. The group leads a movement for an independent Ambazonia State, which […]

No To Human Right Abuses in SC Launched

No To Human Right Abuses in SC Launched

The European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratization (EIUC) has launched an online campaign calling for the respect of human rights in Southern Cameroon. The video features people from various parts of the world calling for the rights of persons to be upheld in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Several persons have […]

The Anglophone Problem

The Anglophone Problem

Opinion Paper BY HARRY FON ACHA WHAT IS THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM? The past few weeks will be recorded in the history of Cameroon as a period when some Cameroonians decided to stand up against what they perceive as the systematic marginalisation of a people who, by virtue of their common heritage (education, culture, way of life […]

Teachers’ Strike Sparks Flames in Bamenda

Teachers’ Strike Sparks Flames in Bamenda

Calm is gradually returning to Bamenda after a tense day yesterday characterized by running battles between the police and youths on the streets, with police firing tear gas and live bullets in the air and the youths burning tires and barricading streets after streets.  Early this morning heavily armed police officers were found on every […]

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