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Circulation Of Bikes Restricted In Bamenda

Circulation Of Bikes Restricted In Bamenda

For four days, business persons have had it difficult to access their business places after a police officer was shot dead at Small Mankon by gun men.  His death in the hands of gunmen adds to an increasing number of business persons, teachers and ordinary civilians killed by gunmen will easily escape on their bikes. […]

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 […]

Renewed Hope For Abandoned “Amba General’s” Children

Renewed Hope For Abandoned “Amba General’s” Children

Two girls, 17 and six years found abandoned by their parent in Bafut last June during a military raid have been reintegrated into the society and provided with means to cope with their daily challenges. The girls, daughters of a high ranking seperatist fighter Ngwa Saidou Njiya AKA “general Alahji” received psycho social support at […]

Gun Shots Forced Food Market to Close Earlier

Gun Shots Forced Food Market to Close Earlier

Tuesday July 21, the first working day of this week ended in chaos for parts of Bamenda Central due to the eruption of gun battles in parts of the town. It was the first working day after the Monday ghost town imposed by separatist fighters. Details are still sketchy but many traders and workers around […]

Les Brasseries Joins Schools Against Covid-19

Les Brasseries Joins Schools Against Covid-19

The items were handed over to the principals of the institutions, Azeh David Mofor and Mrs Awuro Estella in brief ceremonies held on the various campuses, Thursday June 18. Both principals expressed profound thanks to Les Brasseries for helping them fight against the monster and protecting the health of the students and teachers and their […]

Covid-19: BeLA Encourages Journalists To Mainstream Gender Issues

Covid-19: BeLA Encourages Journalists To Mainstream Gender Issues

Journalists, reporters, bloggers, radio animators and national language broadcasters from across the NW region have been encouraged to mainstream gender in the reporting of covid-19. Journalist should “take into consideration the specific needs of women and girls” when reporting on the effects and impact of Covid-19, Mrs Yekpu Eleen Ndze, President of BeLA (Beacon of […]

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