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THINGS FALL APART
Posted on  : July 3, 2017, 1:09 pm
Cameroon is itself at the crossroads of a transition and, whether we accept it or not, the signs are glaring. A population, of which 70% is under 30 years and worried about its tomorrow, is slowly choking under the stranglehold of a group of oligarchs whose only worry is about today and their self-preservation, totally oblivious to the inevitable nature of change: that today is tomorrow’s yesterday, and tomorrow always comes.
Author :  Akere Muna   |  
Category : Politics
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Tagged Keywords: law, Anglophone, cameroon, francophone
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Crisis Prone Cameroon Needs More Political Goodwill From Its Government-Dr Denis Foretia
Posted on  : July 4, 2017, 12:25 am
The absence of political goodwill from the Cameroon government is exacerbating the multiple crisis facing Cameroon today says Dr Denis Foretia, a U.S based Surgeon and Co-Chair of the Denis & Lenora Foretia Foundation. Foretia, a Fellow with the Nkafu Policy Institute of the Foretia Foundation says the present Anglophone crisis in Cameroon would not have escalated to this point had the government shown a genuine political will in seeking concrete solutions. In an exclusive interview with Ajong
Author :  Ajong Mbapndah L   |  
Category : Interviews
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Tagged Keywords: Anglophone, law, cameroon, francophone
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DSCHANG: Where Tradition and Modernity Coelesce
Posted on  : July 4, 2017, 12:35 am
Dschang is a road junction city. Most travelers from Lebialem traveling to other parts of the South West Region and the rest of the country generally must transit through Dschang. The city is also a transit point for travelers from Bamenda, Mbouda and other villages and towns in the Menoua Division of which it is the headquarters.
Author :  Nicasius Nkengbaze   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Dschang, society, cameroon, city
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VIDEO: The Akere Muna Interview (Part 1, 2, 3)
Posted on  : July 14, 2017, 11:46 am
In this exclusive interview the tough-talking Akere Muna dissects the problems facing Africa in general and Cameroon in particular. He believes the government is not yet ready for genuine solutions to the problems besetting the Country. But also, he has some candid words of advice to the Anglophone Cameroon leaders' use of strike action to force the government's hand.
Author :  Arrey Bate Arrey, Abah Isidore Abah   |  
Category : Interviews
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LECUDO-USA Annual Convention
Posted on  : July 25, 2017, 5:36 pm
Meeting in Ohio from July 26 to 28 to celebrate culture and fraternity, raise funds for hometown development
Author :  Admin   |  
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Tagged Keywords: cameroon, lebang, fontem, lebialem
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VIDEO: The Fomunyoh Foundation in Brief
Posted on  : July 28, 2017, 4:25 pm
A brief presentation of Dr. Fomunyoh and his vision for humanity as encapsulated in his eponymous foundation.
Author :  LEGIDEON ADMIN   |  
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Tagged Keywords: Chris Fomunyoh, charity, Cameroon
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August 19th: An Elegy for the Muyuka Road Victims
Posted on  : August 1, 2017, 12:00 am
A poem by Fonban Emmanuel lamenting the loss of life on the Muyuka-Buea Road on August 19th. Twenty people died instantly when a goods truck lost control and hit passenger minibus, killing 19 passengers including the driver.
Author :  Fonban Emmanuel   |  
Category : Literary Corner
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Tagged Keywords: muyuka, road accident, death, cameroon
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Youths in politics, over 300 have been initiated in Douala
Posted on  : August 25, 2017, 12:00 am
Worried by the low level of youths participation in the political process which is negatively affecting Cameroon as representational democracy, the aged dominated government wants to give the chance of governance to the youths. The youths from across the littoral region converged at the regional governors office for a one day seminar to learn to effectively become the decision makers or influence leadership through the electoral process.
Author : Nformi Armstrong Sandah  |  
Category : News
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Tagged Keywords: Cameroon, youths, politics, elections 2018
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University of Buea: Students hatch up plans to bring back “dreaded” UBSU
Posted on  : August 26, 2017, 12:00 am
After the very vocal and strike prone students union of the University of Buea, UBSU, was banned in 2012, some students of the institution are reportedly finalising plans to resurrect the students union.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Education
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The FECAFOOT Saga and its repercussions on AFCON 2019
Posted on  : August 27, 2017, 12:00 am
Cameroon is again in the spotlight as uncertainty looms over the organisation of AFCON 2019. FIFA's recent decision to suspend FECAFOOT is a huge setback as it returns the nations football governing body to the era of normalisation.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Sports
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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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Anticipating 2018 Elections: Douala Religious groups begin strategizing
Posted on  : September 2, 2017, 12:00 am
Beyond the composition of political parties within ethnic lines, the ‘man know man’ political system is behind the option by religious bodies, to chose their brother and vote their brother come 2018. This was top on the agenda as Muslims brothers gatherd at the Pacour Vita in Douala to analyze their socio-political and socio-economic where about in Douala 5 and Cameroon at large. They all agreed to vote these people only, when the time for election comes.
Author : Nformi Armstrong Sandah  |  
Category : Politics
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Tagged Keywords: politics, religion, division, elections, cameroon
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Some 12.000 Cameroonians living with complicated skin diseases
Posted on  : September 2, 2017, 12:00 am
Figures from the Ministry of Public Health hold that some twelve thousand Cameroonians are currently living with complicated and rare health problems. But thanks to the humanitarian floating hospital, Mercy Ships, some 5.000 patients stand a chance of receiving treatment.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : Health
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Who sprinkled blood on Bishop Bala’s grave?
Posted on  : September 2, 2017, 12:00 am
A Douala-based radio has reported that a huge amount of blood was found in the Saint Sebastian Cathedral in Bafia precisely on the tomb of the late Bishop Jean Marie Benoît Bala in the early hours of Monday the 28th of August 2017.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : News
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Road accidents: After more than 200 Deaths in August, 17 Already Perished this Month
Posted on  : September 4, 2017, 12:00 am
17 deaths in less than 24 hours, a sad reality that appears ironical to the actions of the country’s authorities whom for two weeks now, have been multiplying press conferences to announce that; the government has taken draconian and cohesive measures to drastically reduce road accidents in Cameroon. most of the victims are students returning to school after over two months of holidays
Author : Nformi Armstrong Sandah  |  
Category : News
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The SDF launches a war of figures on detainees of the Anglophone crisis
Posted on  : September 6, 2017, 12:00 am
While contesting the official figure of those arrested and detained in different detention units in Cameroon, the leading opposition party in the Country, demands the total liberation of all the people arrested in connection to the ongoing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.
Author : Nformi Armstrong Sandah  |  
Category : Politics
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Over 400 civilians killed by Boko Haram since April 2017. Amnesty international says
Posted on  : September 6, 2017, 2:54 pm
Amnesty International has announced that the Nigerian-based terrorist group which in 2016 was rated as the most deadly terror organisation in the world has killed little over four hundred civilians in less than five months.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
Category : News
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In prelude to October 1st: Government reinforces security in NW/SW
Posted on  : September 26, 2017, 12:00 am
More than ten military trucks and dozens of 70 seater buses carrying armed police, gendarme and military officers continue to make their way to the North West and South West Regions.
Author : Amos Fofung  |  
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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Agreement of the Faithful For Cameroon
Posted on  : October 10, 2017, 12:00 am
Please join me to pray for peace and tolerance to flood the minds of our leaders and cause a great cosmic shift to reverberate across the whole nation. The Killings and growing genocide can only be stopped when we invoke divine power to come down from heaven.
Author : Decan F. Mbecha  |  
Category : Inspirational
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Tagged Keywords: peace, cameroon, scacuf
Tagged Keywords: Cameroon, custom duty, goods
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The Struggle vs. Balla: Force of Argument or Argument of Force?
Posted on  : October 29, 2017, 1:33 pm
The Cameroon government has been religiously following the argument of force ever since the current impasse began in October last year and gained momentum in November when the civil society joined the lawyers and teachers to press Yaounde to revisit its attitude to English-speaking Cameroonians. And it would seem contemporary leaders of the struggle have abandoned the founding motto and embraced the Cameroon government’s modus operandi.
Author :  LEGIDEON ADMIN   |  
Category : News
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Tagged Keywords: Cameroon, struggle, Balla, arson
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Balla Condemns Arson on Family Home, Admits he Controls Strike Action No more
Posted on  : October 31, 2017, 12:00 am
In a reaction paper following the arson attempt on his family home and the desecration of his father’s grave, Barrister Agbor Nkongho acknowledges that he is no longer in control of the current strike action in the Southern Cameroons. However, he reiterates his right as a leader to express his opinions and calls for the spirit of tolerance. It is an absorbing read.
Author :  LEGIDEON ADMIN   |  
Category : News
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Tagged Keywords: arson, Balla, struggle, Cameroon
Tagged Keywords: interconnection, cameroon, chad, electricity
Tagged Keywords: cameroon, Fight For federalism, Continue, SDF
Tagged Keywords: , loan, world bank, cameroon
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AS CAMEROON MUSIC FIGHTS TO STAY IN THE GLOBAL VILLAGE, ITS MORAL IDENTITY DEFLATES WITH RISING STARDOM
Posted on  : February 13, 2018, 11:23 am
As the concept of a global village expands to every living soul, the Cameroonian public is embracing more of Western attitudes than holding tight to their traditional values, which made them unique and morally healthy. Most, unfortunately, they are losing it at the time when the stage is most appropriate for them to valorize. It is most common in the music industry, which has gotten the golden opportunity to be the cultural ambassador par excellence of the country.
Author :  By Farvour   |  
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Tagged Keywords: FIGHTS, MUSIC, CAMEROON
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FENASCO A and B Games: South West Flagbearers Selected
Posted on  : April 5, 2018, 4:56 am
In the South West region of the country, despite the political tensions overshadowing daily life in these parts, educational administrators have beaten all odds to make sure that the region answers present at the FENASCO A and B games in Bertua and Ngaoundere. The Regional finals that saw six Divisions in participation over the weekend culminated with the selection of some 122 athletes to represent the region
Author :  Honorine Cheng   |  
Category : Sports
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Tagged Keywords: cameroon, south west, fenasco
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Has Kondengui become the only price for embezzlement?
Posted on  : April 24, 2018, 10:30 am
Operation “sparrow hawk”, a bullet chasing victims found guilty of privatizing public coffers, has been at its best as government’s bigwigs gradually obtain visas into Kondengui central prison
Author :  Fonban Emmanuel   |  
Category : Politics
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CAF finally declares Cameroon’s right to host cup
Posted on  : April 24, 2018, 10:38 am
CAF assures Cameroon's hosting rights
Author :  Sandra Kahgo   |  
Category : Sports
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(Vidéo) Reporteurs Sur Le Terrain - Region Du Sud
Posted on  : April 24, 2018, 12:00 am
Reportage d'Ebolowa
Author :  Kevin Arnaud   |  
Category : Politics
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Tagged Keywords: cameroon, minorités, danger, enfants
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(Video) Making Maths Easy for Students
Posted on  : May 1, 2018, 12:00 am
Cameroon and Israel are working together to build a society of scientists.Promoting Knowledge, promoting mathematics amongst young people(school children) is the goal behind the Israeli mathematics competition which is in the second year today.Pupils are called through science ( mathematics) to be the game changers in this millennium award.
Author :  Sandra Fomuso   |  
Category : Education
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Tagged Keywords: mathematics, Israel, Cameroon, pupils, innovation
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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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Vera Sompon Drills Youths on Leadership Skills
Posted on  : August 24, 2018, 12:00 am
Young people in Cameroon have been urged to take up collective actions that can help them succeed in all aspects of their lives. This was echoed during a press conference organized in Yaounde, Saturday, August 18, by the Cameroonian born Vera Sompon, a university lecturer in Germany and a motivational speaker.
Author :  Sandra Fomuso   |  
Category : Inspirational
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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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Douala: 11 Perish as Bloody Weekend Rages
Posted on  : November 17, 2018, 12:22 pm
3 separate road accidents in Douala 1,3 and 4 subdivisions have killed about 11 people leaving several others wounded, with some Douala city Dwellers linking them to some mysterious end of year accidents
Author :  Douala: 11 Perish in a Bloody Weekend. A total of 8 persons, 7 commercial motor bike riders and a   |  
Category : News
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Open Letter: Barr. Jean Atabong Fomeni Rebukes Human Rights Commission for Disrepecting Bilingualism Policy
Posted on  : May 30, 2019, 12:00 am
'Is “Access to Information” Not a Human Right?' is the subject of Barrister Jean Atabong Fomeni's open letter to the Chairman of the National Commission on Human Rights and Freedoms (NCHRF), Dr. Chemuta Divine BANDA. In the letter, the young lawyer accuses the NCHRF of breach of Article 1(3) of the Cameroon constitution that grants equal status to English and French as official languages. This, to the lawyer, is part marginalization Anglophones have been decrying. Read on
Author :  Awung Mbecha   |  
Category : Politics
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“Shisha Destroys More Than Tabaco” -Health Experts
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Another Phase Of Slavery In Cameroon
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Back to School Efforts Pick up steam despite Continued Uncertainties
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74 smuggled vehicles seized in Yaounde
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