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Cameroon Should Address Root Causes of Anglophone Crisis-UN

Cameroon Should Address Root Causes of Anglophone Crisis-UN

The UN has called on Cameroon “to support inclusive dialogue efforts to address the outstanding root causes of the tensions “in the Anglophone regions of the country. This is contained in a statement released by the world’s body on August 8, after meeting with a Cameroonian delegation to New York.  According to the statement, the […]

Angophone Crisis: Gov’t Dispatches SOS Team to US

Angophone Crisis: Gov’t Dispatches SOS Team to US

A roadblock with placard during recent streets decrying Anglophone marginilization[ BamendaOnline Pictures] Three members of government will travel to the United States this week following the content of a letter sent by the Prime Minister Philemon Yang to Ambassador Tommo Monthe, Cameroon’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations. The Director of Cabinet at the Prime Minister’s office, […]

Another Anglophone Lawyer Adducted In Bamenda

Another Anglophone Lawyer Adducted In Bamenda

Details are still emerging about the arrest and transfer to Yaoundé of a prominent Anglophone lawyer, and Human Right activist Barrister Fon Robert, as government operatives in Bamenda and other Anglophone towns still continue to intimidate Anglophones with extra-judicial arrests and kidnappings. Information reaching us says he was summoned to the Governor’s office last Thursday […]

Anglophone Consortium Announces Another Ghost Town For Monday & Tuesday

Anglophone Consortium Announces Another Ghost Town For Monday & Tuesday

Following the hugely successful ghost town that held in Anglophone Cameroon on Moday January 9, giving the teachers’ trade union representatives more leverage on the negotiating table with the government last Thursday and Friday, another ghost-town operation has been called for by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium for Monday and Tuesday January 16 and […]

The Anglophone Problem

The Anglophone Problem

Opinion Paper BY HARRY FON ACHA WHAT IS THE ANGLOPHONE PROBLEM? The past few weeks will be recorded in the history of Cameroon as a period when some Cameroonians decided to stand up against what they perceive as the systematic marginalisation of a people who, by virtue of their common heritage (education, culture, way of life […]

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

THE INEVITABLE NATURE OF CHANGE 

  Change is part of life. To try to go against change is to try to go against the very essence of the meaning of life. So when I read of high government officials and party apparatchiks, moving to Bamenda and Buea, I listen in to hear what the proposals are. Nothing, but a language […]

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