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Gov’t Cancels Labour & National Day Celebrations

Gov’t Cancels Labour & National Day Celebrations

Following is a press release from the Presidency of the Republic, the government of Cameroon has cancelled the holding of the labour day on May 1 and the national day celebration on May 20 due to the ongoing fight against covid-19. Below is the release from the presidency of the Republic. “The Minister of State, […]

Ngarbuh Incident: Joint Commission Of Inquiry Releases Final Report

Ngarbuh Incident: Joint Commission Of Inquiry Releases Final Report

The Joint Commission of Inquiry set by the President of the Republic to shed light on the circumstances and establish responsibilities into the incidents of the night of 13 to 14 February 2020 in the locality of Ngarbuh in the North West region has presented in final report. The report was made public by the […]

Yang Takes Over As Grand Chancellor

Yang Takes Over As Grand Chancellor

President, Paul Biya on Friday April 17th 2020 appointed former PM Philemon Yang as Grand Chancellor of National order. He takes over from Peter Mafany Musonge, another former PM and now head of the National Bilingualism and Multicultural Commission. As Grand chancellery, Philemon Yang will be responsible for identifying an giving out various national honours […]

Can 2020 Be The Turning Point For Cameroon?

Can 2020 Be The Turning Point For Cameroon?

As I approach my mid forties there is nothing more I expect than to see a new generation take over power in this country. I have live my entire life as a toddler to a man nearing retirement seeing the same people hold the reins of power in this beloved triangle. The same names I […]

How An Idyllic Ahidjo-Biya Transfer Of Power Turned Sour

How An Idyllic Ahidjo-Biya Transfer Of Power Turned Sour

DOWN LITERARY CORNER AND MEMORY LANE. How An Idyllic Ahidjo-Biya Transfer Of Power Turned Sour Published on November 30th, 2009 By Francis K. Wache The Farewell On November 6, 1982, an elated Paul Biya returned to State House and met Ahidjo who had probably spent the morning listening to the radio broadcast of his (Biya’s) […]

SDF Calls for Neutral Party to Steer Biya’s Upcoming Dialogue

SDF Calls for Neutral Party to Steer Biya’s Upcoming Dialogue

The Social Democratic Front, Cameroon’s leading opposition party has proposed that the upcoming National Inclusive Dialogue called by President Paul Biya be chaired by a neutral party. This is one of several proposals the party gave the Prime Minister to channel to the Head of State following consultative talks on Thursday. The delegation led by  […]

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