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Musonge Hopeful Detained Anglophone Leaders Might Be Released

By Basil K Mbuye Former Prime Minister, Peter Mafany Musonge, has expressed optimism regarding the fate of the Anglophone leaders in detention when the Higher Judicial Council meets on June 7. “Let us wait on the Higher Council of Magistracy which is going to meet on June 7, perhaps, they may be some interesting surprises for us there too,” ...Full Article

Anglophone Detainees Denied Bail

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Yaounde Military Tribunal has rejected the defense lawyers’ demand to grant bail to all the Anglophone detainees currently in pre-trial detention at the Kondengui ...Full Article

Masquerades, Dance Groups Wrestle To Suppress Massive May 20th Boycotts

By Maxcel Fokwen & Joshua Boanong Scores of women groups, youth associations, masquerades and dance groups in Meme, May 20 wrestled in vain to suppress the massive National Day ...Full Article

Ghosts Towns, Tight Security Mar May 20 Celebrations In Bamenda

By Chris Mbunwe This year’s May 20 celebration suffered several setbacks; from massive boycotts from the opposition SDF and other parties, the tight security that scared so many who ...Full Article

Anglophones Should Be Congratulated For Not Taking Up Arms -Ben Muna

By Yerima Kini Nsom Barrister Ben Muna has said Anglophones in Cameroon should be congratulated for not choosing the path of war in the face of several years of ...Full Article

Mysterious Fire Guts GCE Board Office

By Isidore Abah & Andrew Nsoseka A mysterious fire that broke out Sunday, May 21 burnt an office at the Cameroon General Certificate of Education, GCE, Board, head office ...Full Article

Untaught Anglophone Students Grapple With GCE Practicals

By Francis Tim Mbom A few students from the Presbyterian Girls Secondary School, St Ann Girls College and Saker Baptist College all in Limbe were among the few Anglophone ...Full Article

Buea Council Workers Begin Hunger Strike Over Unpaid Salaries

By Basil K Mbuye Some Buea Council workers have announced a hunger strike beginning May 18 over unpaid salaries. The disgruntled employees said the Council owes them salaries ranging ...Full Article

More Troops Deployed To Fight Bee Attack At GHS Buea Town

By Andrew Nsoseka It was a terrifying morning on Tuesday, May 16 when a swarm of bees attacked students of Government High School, GHS, Buea Town in Fako Division, ...Full Article

UN Voted For Southern Cameroons Independence; Who Overturned The Verdict?

By Bouddih Adams The United Nations, on April 21, 1961, voted for the independence of the British Southern Cameroons. According to the United Nations Resolution 1608(XV), the Southern Cameroons ...Full Article
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