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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 […]

Bamenda Shuts Down Again

Bamenda Shuts Down Again

Following street battles between seperatists and security forces yesterday that paralysed must of Bamenda central, the town has once more moved into shut down as sporadic gunshots where heard as early as 11:30 am today. Several shops immediately shut down with some road side vendors abandoning their stands as they run for their lives. Many […]

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 […]

HOW TRUE ARE WE?

HOW TRUE ARE WE?

While in school, our teachers used to invite guests to give us talks. I do remember that, in one of the talks, we were told that, when someone reports having come upon a corpse, that person is the first suspect in a case of homicide – or was he said to be the prime suspect? […]

Governor Suspends Salaries of Recalcitrant Civil Servants

Governor Suspends Salaries of Recalcitrant Civil Servants

Northwest Governor Adolphe Lele Lafrique has suspended the salaries of some 100 civil servants who are currently not rendering services in the restive North West Region. The suspension of the salaries came following a Regional disciplinary board meeting that authorised the Governor to proceed with the sanctions. He will continue in the months ahead to […]

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 […]

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