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Biya, British High Commissioner Discuss Anglophone Crisis

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Biya and the British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E John Brian Olley, have discussed the Anglophone crisis for the first time since the conflict erupted in November 2016. The Anglophone crisis, The Post learnt, is one of the main topics the duo harped on during a tete-a-tete at the Unity Palace on Tuesday March ...Full Article

Frank Dialogue Is Panacea To Anglophone Crisis – Canadian High Commisoner

By Yerima Kini Nsom & Blaise Whumo The Canadian High Commissioner to Cameroon, Rene Cremonese, says continuous and frank dialogue is the only way through which the authorities can ...Full Article

Police Haunt Internet Users; Browsing now “Cyber crime”?

By Azore Opio Internet browsing might sooner or later become a ‘cybercrime’ in the Southwest Region as police intensify a clampdown on people hungry for Internet connection. Those exceptionally ...Full Article

Foncha’s ‘Truth Shall Prevail’ On Federalism Justified

  Decades ago, Dr. John Ngu Foncha, then Prime Minister of Southern Cameroons, was rebuffed by Britain and the United Nations when he asked for full independence for Southern ...Full Article

Anglophone Jailed For Possessing Newspaper

Cameroonian-born Joseph Ngwa Ngaling is currently in detention at the Kondengui Maximum Security Prison in Yaounde for having bought a newspaper last January. Ngaling told Hon. Joseph Banadzem, MP ...Full Article

YOSA, Coton Shine In CAF Championships

By Basil K. Mbuye It was a bright day for Cameroonian clubs that took part in the return legs of the CAF Championships on Saturday, February 18. Yong Sports ...Full Article

61 Anglophones Detained, 31 Awaiting Trial – Issa Tchiroma

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai & Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo The Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, has disclosed that of the 82 people arrested following uprisings in the Northwest and ...Full Article

Poorly Disguised Military Trainees Suspected Of Marching In Buea

By Andrew Nsoseka The rejection of February 11 celebration in Buea by many Anglophones is not likely to be the day’s only damaging revelation about diminishing admiration towards Youth ...Full Article

Northwest Boycotts February 11 Celebration

By Chris Mbunwe The march-past to commemorate February 11 aka Youth Day in Bamenda lasted only 12 minutes with just about 135 students, out of 16,000 from the University ...Full Article

3 Journalists Arrested In Buea Whisked To Yaounde

By Andrew Nsoseka Journalists in Buea woke up on February 9 to the sad news that some of their colleagues had been arrested in connection with the ongoing Anglophone ...Full Article
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