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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 the court rooms on Tuesday, May 2, after close to six months of inactivity. The lawyers downed their tools in October, 2016, in protest against Government silence on a series ...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

Another Anglophone Lawyer Arrested, Whisked To Yaounde

By Chris Mbunwe Human rights lawyer and former President of Northwest Common Law Lawyers’ Association, was on Thursday, March 16 arrested and transferred to Yaounde. Barrister Robert Fon was ...Full Article

Bilingualism Commission Executive Promises To Learn English

By Joe Dinga Pefok The Vice President of the newly-created National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism has promised to learn English so as to promote bilingualism. ...Full Article

Fon Echekiye Summoned To Gendarmerie Headquarters For Treason

By Yerima Kini Nsom Ace sports journalist and coordinator of CRTV Cluster Channels, Ignatius Fon Echekiye, has been summoned to appear at the Gendarmerie headquarters on Tuesday, March 28 ...Full Article

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 ...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
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