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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 Academy of Bamenda aka YOSA, Coton Sports of Garoua and Apejes of Mfou, all made it to the next round of the CAF Championships. In the CAF Confederation Cup, playing ...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

Biya Pledges Continuous Dialogue To End Anglophone Crisis

By Yerima Kini Nsom President Biya has said Government will continue to dialogue with the various stakeholders in a bid to end the crisis currently rocking the Northwest and ...Full Article

Civil Servants Coerced To Celebrate Youth Day

By Azore Opio This year, celebrating Youth Day will no longer be a matter of choice for government employees. It is compulsory. The hard work to ensure that the ...Full Article

Strike Or No Strike, Certificate Exams Must Be Written – NW Governor

By Chris Mbunwe Northwest Governor, Adolph Lele L’ Afrique, has said that certificate examinations must be written despite the on-going boycott of schools. Lele L’ Afrique made this declaration ...Full Article

School Resumption Calls Clash With Calls To Boycott February 11

By Andrew Nsoseka Calls for schools to resume after nearly two months of shut-down seem to be headed for a collision with calls for the boycott of February 11 ...Full Article

After Failing To Woo Bishops, Okalia Turns To Teachers

By Francis Tim Mbom Uncertain circumstances have led Southwest Region Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, to re-appeal to school administrators to try and convince parents to send their children back ...Full Article
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