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Yaoundé Results to Intimidation of Anglophones As Solution To Crisis

Yaoundé Results to Intimidation of Anglophones As Solution To Crisis

The government of Cameroon has launched the next phase of its campaign to kill the spirit of the Anglophone uprising, with state security agents and some government departments proceeding to intimidation of the population through various means and the arrest of anyone suspected of talking about the strike. Journalists in Bamenda in particular have been […]

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

  Change is part of life. To try to go against change is to try to go against the very essence of the meaning of life. So when I read of high government officials and party apparatchiks, moving to Bamenda and Buea, I listen in to hear what the proposals are. Nothing, but a language […]

Anglophone Problem Rocks National Assembly

Anglophone Problem Rocks National Assembly

Ten years ago, the then Minister of Justice, Ahmadou Ali, told Hon. Joseph Wirba that Anglophones had gone to La Republique. This statement had not gone down well with the MP for Jakiri in Bui Division, Northwest Region. It was an inflammatory response, to say the least, to the SCNC crisis which had broken out […]

Tchiroma Praises Troops For ‘Professionally’ Suppressing B’da, Buea Crises

Tchiroma Praises Troops For ‘Professionally’ Suppressing B’da, Buea Crises

The strike actions in Bamenda and Buea were handled with professionalism, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, Minister of Communication, has said. “With respect to security, administrative and law enforcement officers handled the demonstration in Bamenda and Buea with restraint and professionalism, in strict compliance with the international laws and commitments of Cameroon in matters of human rights,” […]

Black Thursday in Pictures

Black Thursday in Pictures

Here are some of the pictures of Thursday street protest in Bamenda by our reporters who suffered in the hands of the armed forces and civilians to get them.  

Black Thursday In Bamenda

Black Thursday In Bamenda

At least four persons have been confirmed killed, and one under very critical condition in hospital following street confrontations between the population and the armed forces in Bamenda today. A police station was also set ablaze and all the streets of Bamenda barricaded at short intervals. Hundred of teargas canisters and life bullets were fired […]

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