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Arson Attacks Resurfacing As Campaign For School Resumption Heighten
Posted on  : August 6, 2017, 9:24 pm
Attacks on schools and public buildings is gradually resurfacing, as calls for school resumption heighten. The attacks are surely a means to scare those who are prepared to resume school, and also force government address the anglophone problem in a way that suits their ways.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : Education
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Anglophone Problem: • Justice Minister Mets Stiff Protest In Belgium • Dion Ngute Meets Stonewall In South Africa
Posted on  : August 7, 2017, 9:57 pm
The articles looks at the various challenges the delegations that were sent from Cameroon, by the government to explain the anglophone problem to Cameroonians in the diaspora are facing. It focuses on the missions of Minister Laurent Esso in Belgium and Dion Ngute in South Africa, where they met stiff resistances and backlash.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : Politics
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Gov’t Remilitarises NW, SW Regions To Avert Anticipated Attack, Jails Drunken Soldiers In Buea
Posted on  : August 10, 2017, 11:57 am
In recent days, more troops and soldiers have been assigned and dispatched to the two anglophone regions of Cameroon, to subdue an impending attack. The military men are acting on a suppose ti p and intelligence gathering that the towns, especially Buea will be attacked by Southern Cameroon nationalists. To this effect, the government has dispatched hundreds of troops who are currently exercising to respond in case of any attack.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Back-to-school campaign: Fako CPDM elites cajole students with 10M FCFA to get back to school
Posted on  : August 27, 2017, 12:00 am
As uncertainty looms over the supposed resumption of classes in the North West and South West Regions, coupled with the miserable results from the 2017 session of the GCE exams in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon, political gunners of the main political party have resorted to distributing millions to parents and their progeny so as to convince them to enroll their kids before schools resume on September 4, 2017.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Education
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Secondary Education Ministry undertakes crucial mission to NW/SW regions
Posted on  : August 28, 2017, 12:00 am
With barely a week to the official start of the 2017/2018 academic year in Cameroon coupled with the uncertainty over the effective resumption of classes in the former West Cameroons, secondary Education Ministry arrives Bamenda today for a high stake meeting with stakeholders in the Region.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Education
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Security tightened in UB as arsonists target the institution
Posted on  : August 28, 2017, 12:00 am
The University of Buea described by a school of thought as the "pride of Anglophones" has for some time now been under constant threats from some unidentified arsonists who have promised to stop at nothing until the institution is reduced to ashes.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Education
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“There Is No Anglophone Problem”-Buea Chiefs’ President
Posted on  : September 1, 2017, 12:00 am
The President of Buea Chiefs' union, Njombe Johnson, has made surprising statement, surprising even supporters of the government, in the Ongoing Anglophone crisis.The chief, while addressing in the Minister of Secondary education in Buea, declared that nothing exist in Cameroon like the Anglophone problem.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Anglophone crisis: CommonWealth SG expected in Cameroon
Posted on  : September 6, 2017, 2:27 pm
The Secretary General of the CommonWealth has made known her intentions of visiting Cameroon so as to meet with stakeholders and the government in order to fine a solution to the current Anglophone crisis.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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At Kumbo Slain Boy’s Burial: Thousands Hijack Funeral, Invade Palace Hoist Ambazonian Flag, Declare Independence
Posted on  : September 14, 2017, 12:00 am
Thousands of youths in Kumbo, on Wednesday, September 13, forcefully took over the funeral ceremony of Cyprian Servidzem who was killed on September 4 by Gendarmes in Kifem, Bui Division of the Northwest Region.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Anglophone Community Over-power Military, Engages In Massive Protest, Scores Of Deaths Feared
Posted on  : September 23, 2017, 12:00 am
The Anglophone community in Cameroon on Friday, September 22, took to the streets, to protest the now famous Anglophone marginalization in the country. There have been reported cases of protesters shot, wounded or killed as the protest unfolded.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Anglophone Crisis: US cannot intervene in the internal affairs of Cameroon, US diplomat says
Posted on  : September 24, 2017, 12:00 am
The United States acting ambassador to Cameroon, Matthew Smith, has urged Cameroonians to try to resolve their problems internally noting that the United States cannot intervene in resolving the in-house problems of a sovereign nation.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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Family Of Slain Man In Buea, Narrates Agonising Ordeal
Posted on  : September 26, 2017, 12:00 am
The September 22 peaceful demonstration in Buea ended on a bloody note after 27-year-old Augustine Atanga Awah was shot dead. The demonstrations had been planned to be peaceful. Unfortunately, things did not go the way they were expected to unfold. The killing of Atanga particularly unleashed a wave of uncontrolled violence by demonstrators.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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56years after reunification: Anglophone Crisis pushes gov’t to celebrate October 1
Posted on  : October 3, 2017, 8:04 pm
An almost forgotten yet very symbolic date was for the first time celebrated in Cameroon. Even though the celebrations were marred by bloodshed and pain in one part of the nation and animated by staged-gatherings in the other, political analysts have described it as a step in the right direction.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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Buea Detention Centres Overflow With Arrested Demonstrators
Posted on  : October 6, 2017, 12:00 am
Government detention facilities in Buea, the regional headquarters of the Southwest, are overflowing with hundreds of citizens, following the mass arrests of October 1 demonstrations for the independence of a purported Ambazonia Republic.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Agbor Balla Decries Military Brutality On Anglophones
Posted on  : October 8, 2017, 8:04 pm
The President of the erstwhile Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, CACSC, Barrister Felix Agbor Nkongho, aka Agbor Balla, has raised an alarm over the horrific military crackdown on peaceful protesters, which is characterised by killings, looting, arbitrary arrests and detention, and the intimidation of Anglophones in Cameroon.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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AU Calls For Meaningful Dialogue, Restraint In Cameroon
Posted on  : October 8, 2017, 12:00 am
The Africa Union, AU, has called for meaningful dialogue and national reconciliation, as the best way to handling the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Anglophone Crisis: Over 500 arrested since October 1, Amnesty International
Posted on  : October 15, 2017, 12:00 am
Amnesty International says little over five hundred people have been arrested in the two English Speaking regions of Cameroon since October 1st.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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Musonge Assesses the People's Grievances After the 'Dialogue Mission'
Posted on  : October 23, 2017, 11:59 am
“The form of State was persistent in the people’s demands, but generally, the majority of the people are ready for decentralisation provided that it is carried to the end. That is the message we are taking back.” Musonge said.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : Politics
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Fako Lawyers’ Task force Secures Release Of Over 200 Detainees
Posted on  : October 23, 2017, 12:00 am
Ever since the events of September 22 and October 1, 2017, stories coming out of English speaking Cameroon have been nothing but painful litanies. But the Fako Lawyers Association is working hard to assuage the suffering of the people by working to free all incarcerated persons. A task force created by a group of lawyers based in Fako, has secured the release of over 200 people from an estimated number of 600 arrested.
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Stolen Military Gun In Jakiri Uncovered, After Intervention Of ‘Nwerong’
Posted on  : November 8, 2017, 12:00 am
Following the shooting dead of a gendarme officer in Jakiri on Monday November 6, which was followed by the theft of the late officer’s gun, the Nso Palace, through ‘Nwerong’ has facilitated the uncovering of the missing weapon, after appealing to its keeper(s).
Author : Andrew Nsoseka A N  |  
Category : News
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Prominent UK rights activist urges UN to organise referendum on Anglophone crisis
Posted on  : January 9, 2018, 12:32 pm
Internationally acclaimed UK-based human rights activist and actress, Jackie Fearnley, has called on the United Nation, UN, to organise a referendum so as to provide a “just” solution to the current socio-political deadlock in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon which has been christened the Anglophone crisis.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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International pressure mounts on Buhari to release Ambazonia leaders
Posted on  : January 9, 2018, 12:37 pm
There has been mounting pressure from several international bodies and some prominent personalities for Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari, to immediately release members of the Ambazonia governing council who were arrested last Friday by the country’s state security service, SSS in the capital city, Abuja.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Politics
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AYAH's FOUNDATION INTERCEPTED FROM VISITING REFUGEES
Posted on  : March 31, 2018, 7:59 am
BREAKING NEWS. Ayah's foundation with a team of journalists from EQUINOX TELEVISION have been intercepted at the bother from entering Nigeria.
Author :  Fonban Emmanuel   |  
Category : Politics
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Mafany Musonge Heads Bilingualism Commission to Buea
Posted on  : May 24, 2018, 12:16 pm
The president of the National Commission for the promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism (NCPBM) Peter Mafany Musonge has paid a maiden tour to Buea with his entourage in line with the “Air Your Views” mission nationwide.
Author :  Honorine   |  
Category : Politics
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Anglophone Crisis: Civil Society Organisations Unveil Troubling humanitarian concerns in Profiles of IDPs in Buea
Posted on  : July 22, 2018, 5:30 am
The crisis rocking the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon has left thousands displaced both internally and outside of the country. Internally, so many of them have sought refuge in the bushes where they are exposed to risks of wild animals and inclement nature. Some Civil Society Organizations within the Buea Municipality have done a profile of the displaced persons in order to understand their challenges and recommend to be able to suggest practical solutions.
Author :  Solomon Ateh   |  
Category : News
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Anglophone Crisis: As Religious Leaders Step into the Mire, Can the AGC Break the Impasse?
Posted on  : August 7, 2018, 6:40 pm
Religious leaders in Cameroon will in the days ahead partner with the Anglophone civil society to organize a General Conference of Anglophones (AGC) aimed at seeking lasting solutions to the Anglophone crisis that paralyzed life in the two English-speaking regions of the country.
Author :  By Sandra Fomuso   |  
Category : Politics
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Biya’s GCE Board Decree, the Last of Anglophone Identity Execution Orders? Part I
Posted on  : October 31, 2018, 12:00 am
Yes, Paul Biya is vindictive and, together with the Anglophone scribes who helped craft his decree that reorganized the GCE Board, they have spat salt on our injury by driving down another nail on the coffin of the cultural identity of English-speaking Cameroon.
Author :  Awung Mbecha   |  
Category : Education
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Crisis Management Cameroonians Have Lost Confidence in Government, Says Pool
Posted on  : April 2, 2019, 4:49 pm
In a recent publication, Afro Barometer reported that the armed conflict in the two English-speaking regions of the country has reduced the confidence of Cameroonians in their government and equally cast doubts over the direction of the country.
Author :  By Kah Sandy   |  
Category : Politics
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Tagged Keywords: Anglophone Crisis
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