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Death Of GCE Board Announced

By Christopher Tambe Tiku* The signing of a Ministerial Order, appointing Deputy Registrars of the Cameroon GCE Board, has assumed importance because of the lapses involved. Arguably, the power to appoint officials of the Board rests with the Minister, but that power cannot be exercised arbitrarily. The Minister is obliged to get names of suitable nominees from the Councillors ...Full Article

Vox pop: How Has The Commonwealth Impacted On Cameroonians?

Compiled By Francis Tim Mbom, Angwi Tassang*, Lettisia Anye*, Jude Fuhnwi*, Quinta-belle K*, Peggy Pofoura*, Marriane Tabi* & Stephen Mbunya* I think Cameroon’s membership in the Commonwealth of Nations ...Full Article

Until Old Bonaberi Bridge Collapses

By Bouddih Adams Crossing the Bonaberi Bridge last week, a cab driver jabbered about how everybody, including the authorities, was panic-stricken when a water pipe under the bridge burst ...Full Article

Besongabang Chieftaincy Saga

By Paul Agbor Mbi, Kumba Sir, if what I read in Cameroon POSTline of July 30 and August 6, 2010, on the Besongabang chieftaincy dispute is true, then, it ...Full Article

Public Morality: A Matter Of Urgency

By Wilfred TASSANG* It has been long since we asked after your health and general wellbeing. Don’t mind that some highfaluting cousins of mine think it is heretical just ...Full Article

Of Political Leaders And ELECAM

By William Takang Enow, Buea Since the rebirth of multi-party politics in Cameroon in 1990, political observes and analysts have year after year, seen Cameroonians as noisy people who ...Full Article

Vox pop: Decentralisation: Reality or Smokescreen?

Compiled by Lydie Yuri, *Jude Fuhnwi, *Albert Arrey, *Mbaze & *Ngana Marie Decentralisation is going on gradually. You know with our government, things are so slow but with time, ...Full Article

Re: Besongabang People Want A New Chief

By William Takang Enow* The Besongabang traditional council kingmakers and notables should be hailed for drawing the attention of the Manyu administration, in particular, and that of Cameroon to ...Full Article

Is Cameroon Vulnerable To Food Insecurity?

By Thomas Mokake Ndive* Watching Aljazeera TV station on July 31, 2010, reporting on the recent food insecurity in Niger due to drought, I read, on the footage, that ...Full Article

A Tribute To A Journalist Friend And A Freedom Fighter

By Boh Herbert Washington, DC, 30 July 2010 – A fortnight of memorial services to celebrate the life and to salute the work of veteran Cameroonian journalist Pius Njawe ...Full Article
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