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Supreme Court Dashes Ayah’s Hopes For Justice

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Supreme Court has in a ruling destroyed the hopes of detained Supreme Court Advocate General, Justice Paul Ayah Abine, of gaining justice after the appeal court rejected his appeal. The Advocate General at the Centre Court of Appeal said Ayah’s lawyers knocked on the wrong door. “If one has a problem and knocks at ...Full Article

United Nations Finally Wades Into Anglophone Crisis

Orders Release Of All Arrested Persons, Internet Reinstatement Describes Situation In NW,SW As Deplorable Says UN Cannot Interfere On Federalism Recommends Speedy Implementation Of Gov’t Promises The Special Representative ...Full Article

Should Lawyers Resume Work On May 2 As Called Upon By Bar President?

Gov’t Should First Unban Consortium, Release Our Leaders The Bar President should allow those who started the fight to end it. How do they expect lawyers to go back ...Full Article

Anglophone Lawyers Taunt Bar President Over Strike Suspension Comments

By Isidore Abah Common Law Lawyers have been rebuking and cursing the President of the Cameroon Bar Council, Barrister Jackson Ngnie Kamga, for his April 8 public rhetoric in ...Full Article

Slow Implementation Of Decentralisation Is Not Responsible For Anglophone Crisis-Tchiroma

Communication Minister and Government Spokesperson, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, says the ongoing crisis in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon is not in any way related to the slow ...Full Article

2,000 Mayors, Gov’t Delegates Receive Salary Arrears

By Yerima Kini Nsom Close to 2000 mayors, Deputy Mayors plus Government Delegates and their deputies have received salaries for the first time. According to sources at the Ministry ...Full Article

Fru Ndi Maintains Federation As Solution To Anglophone Problem

By Chris Mbunwe Federation, as perhaps the only solution to the protracted Anglophone crisis, has once again reared its head after Government virtually declared it taboo. The National Chairman ...Full Article

After Bar President’s Plea: Anglophone Lawyers  Resolve To Resume Work On May 2

*But Barristers Balla, Abadem, Fon, Others Still In Legal Limbo By Francis Tim Mbom                 Common Law Lawyers have resolved to don their wigs and gowns and head back to ...Full Article

Is Mafany Musonge Losing Political Limelight?

By Joe Dinga Pefok   Supporters of the former Prime Minister, Peter Mafany Musonge, were plunged into ecstasy on March 15, 2017, when Presidential Decree No. 2017/095 appointed him President ...Full Article

Varsity Don Exposes Francophone Domination At University Of Bamenda

Varsity Don Exposes Francophone Domination At University Of Bamenda -Says Francophone Lecturers Sell Entrance Exams Questions To Relatives – Science Departments Are Manned By Francophone Family -ENS Director Of ...Full Article
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