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BBC Creates Pidgin Service

The British Broadcasting Corporation, BBC, is launching 12 new language services and one of them is English-based Pidgin, which is one of the most widely spoken languages across West and Central Africa. Bilkisu Labran, Editorial Lead for BBC Pidgin: “It’s quite fluid, it keeps changing all the time and it’s expressive as well.” Although it is commonly spoken, Pidgin ...Full Article

Federation Is The Only Way For Cameroon To Remain United – Ben Muna

Bernard Acho Muna, Barrister-at-Law cum Politician, says Federation is the only way through which Cameroon can remain truly united. Ben Muna, who is the son of one of the ...Full Article

Was Yanou Killed Because Of Anglophone Problem? Wife Speaks

On January 27, 2015, Prof. Mike Yanou died in a mysterious motor accident along the Douala-Yaounde road. To mark the 2nd anniversary of his death, The Post caught up ...Full Article

Ebenezer Akwanga Vs Cameroun: Gov’t To Pay FCFA 1.5 Billion As Compensation

There have been renewed calls for the Government of Cameroon to compensate exiled human rights activist and Southern Cameroons Youth League, SCYL, leader, Dr. Ebenezer Derek Mbongo Akwanga, FCFA ...Full Article

Gov’t Has Done Very Little For Nyos Gas Survivors – Association President

The National President of the Kimbi-Buabua Lake Nyos Survivors Development Association, BUKILSDA, Mary Kimbi Yuabang, has asserted that the Government has done very little to assist victims of the ...Full Article

Yang Promised To Tackle Marginalisation Of Lawyers – Nico Halle

The President of the General Assembly of the Cameroon Bar Association, Barrister Nico Halle, has said in this exclusive interview he granted The Post that Prime Minister Philemon Yang ...Full Article

Fonlon’s Life And Legacy

Prof. Daniel Lantum, in the following interview solicited by The Post, talks about the life, upbringing, education and teachings, work and legacy of the Genuine Intellectual, Prof Bernard Fonlon. ...Full Article

Lake Nyos Still Deadly –Rev. Fr. Ten Horn

Rev. Fr. Sifrinus Germardus Ten Horn, 69, a Dutch andthe first person who braved and toured the lifeless villages around Lake Nyos after it exploded on August 21, 1986, ...Full Article

Aborted Coup Was Attack On Turkish People, Democracy – Ambassador

The Turkish Ambassador to Cameroon, H.E Murat Ülkü, says the aborted coup d’état in his country last July 15, was a frontal attack on the Turkish people and the ...Full Article

SWELA Scribe Berates ‘Foxy’ Politicians

 Says SWELA Isn’t For Political Self-Aggrandisement  Condemns Infighting, Witch-hunting Among SWELANS  Maintains The Association’s Coffers Are Empty  Decries Abandonment Of Limbe Deep Sea Port, Other ...Full Article
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