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Esu: Traditional Mechanisms a Magic Portion to Resolving Framer/Grazer Conflicts

Esu: Traditional Mechanisms a Magic Portion to Resolving Framer/Grazer Conflicts

By Mildred Ndum Wung Esu, a village in Fungom Subdivision, Menchum Division of the Northwest Region, is headed by a Fon called ‘Mbe”. Esu is typically inhabited by people of cross cultural practices. It is a fondom predominantly peopled by two ethnic communities; the native indigenes of Esu who speak “Usu” and practice crop cultivation […]

Esu: Traditional Mechanisms a Magic-Portion To Resolving Farmer/Grazer Conflicts

Esu: Traditional Mechanisms a Magic-Portion To Resolving Farmer/Grazer Conflicts

Esu, a village in Fungom Subdivision, Menchum Division of the Northwest Region is typically inhabited by people of cross cultural practices. It is a fondom predominantly peopled by two ethnic communities; the native indigenes of Esu who speak “Usu” and practice crop cultivation for livelihood and the Mbororos known to have later settled in Esu. […]

Ambazonia War: Destroying Anglophone Regions’ Economies

Ambazonia War: Destroying Anglophone Regions’ Economies

Cameroon Says Conflict Destroying Anglophone Regions’ Economies Cameroon says the economies of its troubled English-speaking western regions are collapsing as a result of the country’s four-year separatist conflict.  Officials say the ongoing fighting has made tax revenues in the English-speaking Northwest region drop from $800,000 annually to just $1,000 last year. The lack of government funds has […]

Cameroon’s Paul Biya On Shaky Ground

Cameroon’s Paul Biya On Shaky Ground

The spiraling crisis in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions has tarnished President Paul Biya’s reputation in the West as an arbiter of stability in tenuous central Africa and could threaten his long hold on power. The group of Cameroonians meeting under the blazing sun in Germany represents both sides of the divide in the conflict between armed […]

Cameroon Football: Back to Basics

Cameroon Football: Back to Basics

Cameroon's football has been largely dominated by structural and administrative issues – and will continue to be until 28 February 2018 has passed – but Friday's 1st September 2017 demoralising defeat at Uyo in Nigeria and Monday’s 4th September 2017 disappointing draw and subsequent crashing out of World Cup contention in 2018 showed there are […]

From the archive, 20 February 1962: Cameroon Republic still in honeymoon stage

From the archive, 20 February 1962: Cameroon Republic still in honeymoon stage

  The unification of French-speaking Cameroun with the former British-administered Southern Cameroons is a ‘unique experience’ in Africa, but it is a federation of unequal parts The aeroplane still carries the steamy hothouse atmosphere of Douala, so that when you emerge an hour later the almost cool and balmy air of Yaoundé hits you with […]

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