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Nigeria: Netherlands returns 600-year old Ife Artefact Intercepted at the Schiphol Airport
Posted on  : November 27, 2020, 1:24 pm
Nigeria’s terracota head, which was intercepted at the Schiphol airport, Amsterdam in 2019 and calculated to be at least 600 years old, has been returned by Netherlands.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
Category : Culture
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Anglophone Crisis: West Traditional Rulers Urge NW, SW Counterparts to Seek Indigenous, Customary Resolutions
Posted on  : November 25, 2020, 12:00 am
While the traditional rulers of the North West and South West Seem silent over their own local affairs and the persisting Anglophone Crisis before the government, traditional rulers in the West region of Cameroon have urged them to concert over the issue and come up with indigenous and customary mechanisms towards ending the persisting crisis plaguing their land.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
Category : Culture
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Cameroon: Littoral Governor Prohibits Entry into Bars, Restaurants with Bags
Posted on  : November 19, 2020, 12:01 pm
Under the framework of stepping up National Security with Cameroon, the Governor of the Center Region, Nasseri Paul Biya has passed an administrative order prohibiting people from entering into bars and restaurants with bags.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
Category : Culture
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Cameroon: Today’s Plenary Session to Tackle Social, Cultural and Political Influences of Immunization.
Posted on  : November 19, 2020, 8:49 am
Meeting today, November 19th, 2020, in another special plenary session, members of the National Assembly will be discussing social cultural and political issues influencing immunization in Cameroon.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
Category : Culture
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Cameroon: A Bororo Herder Loses his Life over Agro-pastoral Conflict in Northern Adamawa
Posted on  : November 13, 2020, 3:30 pm
The Nyamboya village in the department of Mayo-Banyo is currently the refuge of several Bororo herders who fled the Lingam village, more than 50 km away, after the death of one of their brother who was stabbed by a farmer.
Author :  N Gelmin S   |  
Category : Culture
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Anglophone Crisis: Fon of Nso Released, Warned to Shun politics
Posted on  : November 10, 2020, 3:12 pm
The Fon of Nso who was abducted five days ago has reportedly been released but warned not to partake in politics. According to reports, the announcement was made by the Ambazonian fighters who had the Fon abducted five days ago when he was travelling back to his land after a long stay out. It has been around two years that he left the land following a series of clashes with the fighters amidst the ongoing crisis.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
Category : Culture
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Anglophone Crisis: When Traditional Rulers Become Targets
Posted on  : November 9, 2020, 1:42 pm
With the ongoing crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon, the high respect for traditional rulers has evidently been robbed. Just like in most parts of Africa, in Cameroon, traditional rulers play vital roles in mediating between the people and the state. Besides enhancing national identity, they also resolve minor conflicts while providing an institutional safety-valve for inadequate state structure and regulation.
Author :  L J KINGAH   |  
Category : Culture
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Attacks on Schools: Tears Must Provoke Compromise, Accountability
Posted on  : November 9, 2020, 9:58 am
Cameroonians, as well as people around the world, have been horrified by the recent spree of attacks on students, pupils, and teachers in their places of learning in the North West and Southwest regions. Cameroonians from all the different aisles of political, religious and ideological leanings.
Author :  SHING TIMOTHY MUFUA   |  
Category : Culture
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Anglophone Conflict: Bloodshed Unabated Despite Cries from Mothers for End of War
Posted on  : November 9, 2020, 9:41 am
The unending cry of mothers for the persistent bloodletting in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon to end seems to be falling on deaf ears. Blood has continued to flow despite the barrage of messages and hashtags that inundated social media platforms calling for an end to the war triggered by the recent killings of seven students of Mother Francisca International Bilingual Memorial Academy in Kumba.
Author :  By Raymond Dingana   |  
Category : Culture
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Carrefour call-box, le nouveau cinéma-œil de Christian KENGNE.
Posted on  : November 8, 2020, 12:00 am
Entre rivalités, commérage, espionnage et séduction, tel est ce quotidien battu en mesure dans Carrefour Call-box, le nouveau projet cinématographique du réalisateur Camerounais Christian KENGNE, présenté à la presse le 23 octobre 2020 au Centre International du Patrimoine Culturel et Artistique (CIPCA), ville de Yaoundé
Author :  BERTIN BIDJA   |  
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Nigeria: Netherlands returns 600-year old Ife Artefact Intercepted at the Schiphol Airport
Nigeria’s terracota head, which was intercepted at the Sch....
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