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Anglophone Crisis: GBHS Nitop’s Admin. Block Set Ablaze

Anglophone Crisis: GBHS Nitop’s Admin. Block Set Ablaze

Unidentified individuals have successfully set ablaze the administrative block of Government Bilingual High School Nitop, completely destroying everything in the principal’s office on the night of Sunday February 5, at about 10 pm, at the height of the Cameroon Vs Egypt encounter. The prompt intervention of the Bamenda Army Rescue Unit prevented the fire from […]

Anglophone Crisis: PCC Moderator Calls For Dialogue

Anglophone Crisis: PCC Moderator Calls For Dialogue

                                      In a Press Conference in Bamenda yesterday, the chief Priest of the PCC, the Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel called for dialogue with the striking teachers and lawyers towards a peaceful resolution of the Anglophone crisis that […]

Anglophone Crisis: SDF Weighs In, Invites AU, Calls on Biya to Act Fast

Anglophone Crisis: SDF Weighs In, Invites AU, Calls on Biya to Act Fast

  Meeting in Bamenda this weekend, the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Social Democratic Front  (SDF) sent a strong signal to the Yaoundé authorities in a resolution issued at the end of the conclave. The SDF officially invited the Council of Peace and Security of the United Nations to intervene in crisis. The party […]

THE AYAH FAMILY DECLARARATION

THE AYAH FAMILY DECLARARATION

  Herein is a true picture of the ordeal that has plagued the Ayah’s since Thursday January 19 2017  We, the AYAH Family find it primordial to give a true account of events that occasioned the unlawful arrest and current false detention of AYAH Paul ABINE (ADVOCATE GENERAL OF THE SUPREME COURT and NATIONAL CHAIRMAN […]

Journalists’ Union Condemns Peter Essoka And NCC

Journalists’ Union Condemns Peter Essoka And NCC

The Cameroon National Journalists’ Union known by its French acronym as SNJC has issued a strongly worded statement calling on its members (mostly French speaking journalists) to give a fair and equitable room to all opinions express by Cameroonians on the Anglophone crisis, federalism and secession. Below is the translated version (by Bamenda Online) of […]

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