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Day of the African child: Anglophone Crisis, a Barrier to Education

Day of the African child: Anglophone Crisis, a Barrier to Education

The 2021 edition of the Day of the African Child was observed this week under the theme “A Child-friendly quality, free and compulsory education for all children in Africa“. But this may seem farfetched for some of the children caught up in the middle of a gruesome civil war in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions. The plight […]

B’da DDR Centre Up to Expectation Despite Contrary Rumours

B’da DDR Centre Up to Expectation Despite Contrary Rumours

The NW Disarmament, Demobilisation and Re-integration Centre – DDR is moving on the right track but like any human endeavour, has some minor problems which are being corrected with time. That was the statement of the Regional coordinator of the centre Sixtus Gabsa at a press briefing he held today on the premises of the […]

“Cultural Diversity is an Asset, Not a Source of Conflict” NW Governor

“Cultural Diversity is an Asset, Not a Source of Conflict” NW Governor

Northwest governor, Adolph Lele Lafrique has described the rich cultural diversity of the Northwest region as “an asset” that should unite rather than breed “conflicts”. This was during the opening of a regional conference for the restitution of activities of the project “Bridging the gap: safeguarding peace and human rights by promoting intercultural dialogue in […]

Widikum: Bifang Says Stop To Amba Harassment

Widikum: Bifang Says Stop To Amba Harassment

The people of Bifang, a locality in Widikum subdivision have risen above the challenge and take up their collective security into their hands. Recently they apprehended six Ambazonian fighters and their sympathisers and handed them over to the Gendarmarie. Dagha Taranus Mbun, 2nd deputy Mayor of Widikum says the village traditional council took a stance […]

Nigerian Union Decries Maltreatment Of Domestic Servants

Nigerian Union Decries Maltreatment Of Domestic Servants

The Nigerian Union in Bamenda through it’s President and the President of the women’s wing have decried the maltreatment of house helps by fellow Nigerians in the North West region. Speaking shortly after a tour to Abia state on Sunday August 23, 2020, Prince Otebong Ituen frowns at the treatment of domestic workers as second class […]

Spreading Covid-19, From Sensitization to Repression

Spreading  Covid-19, From Sensitization to Repression

Simon Emile Mooh, Senior Divisional Officer for Mezam has said his office will pass from sensitization of the population against the spread of Covid-19 to a repressive phase that will include the arrest and detention of those seen to be contravening a prefectural order banning the practice of all outdoor sporting activities within Mezam. The […]

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