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British Diplomat Reiterates Need Of Working Towards Common Future

By Etienne Mainimo & *Bernadette Franka N. The British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E Rowan James Laxton, has reiterated the need for Governments, business entrepreneurs and members of the Commonwealth to work towards a common future. He was speaking in Yaounde on April 12, during the Commonwealth Business Fair held in prelude to the upcoming Commonwealth Heads of Government ...Full Article

Senatorial Appointments Bit & Pieces By Joe Dinga Pefok

A Monolithic Senate! On April 12, President Paul Biya appointed 30 Senators that would add to the 70 elected on March and complete the list of 100 Senators for ...Full Article

Anglophone Crisis Briefs Military Square Up With Separatists On Buea Road

Military Square Up With Separatists On Buea Road Cameroon’s security forces on Friday, April 13, engaged in a campaign against suspected separatists on the Kumba–Buea Road to restore traffic ...Full Article

4 Fleeing From Soldiers’ Atrocities Die In Road Accident

A car accident along the Belo – Ndawara road between Belo Subdivision and Bamungo Village in Babessi Subdivision in the Northwest Region left four people out six fleeing from ...Full Article

3 Buea Council Workers, Others Perish In Car Crash

By Joshua Boanong Five persons died in a car crash on the Limbe – Mutengene Raod on Sunday, April 15 afternoon, among them three Buea Council workers and two ...Full Article

Ambazonian Forces Order Gov’t Officials To Leave Buea

By Basil K Mbuye Ambazonian Forces have issued an Ultimatum to all Government officials in Buea to vacate the capital of former West Cameroon before April 20. The ultimatum ...Full Article

As Gov’t Inertia Persists: American, French Embassies Seek Solutions To Anglophone Crisis

By Joe Dinga Pefok The American and French diplomatic missions in Cameroon have begun seeking for ways to nib the escalating Anglophone Crisis in the bud. Even though both ...Full Article

Yaounde Military Court Slams Anglophone Activists Heavy Sentences “No Tribunal Can Solve The Anglophone Problem” Accused Tells Judge

By Andrew Nsoseka The Yaounde Military Tribunal has sentenced Terence Penn to 12 years in prison, alongside Benjamin Che, and Andrew Ambeizi who also received a sentence of 11 ...Full Article

Afraid Of Amba Attacks: Gov’t Officials Pull-off ‘CA’ From Service Cars

By Chris Mbunwe Most administrative service cars, that were carrying ‘CA’ on their number plates, have, for some weeks now been circulating without such number plates. Most of the ...Full Article

Minister Atanga Nji Dribbles Cardinal Tumi, Mgr. Kleda

By Joe Dinga Pefok The Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has finally visited Douala. The Minister arrived the Littoral Region on Monday, April 9, for his maiden ...Full Article
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