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How Rumour Mills Sacked PAD’s Board Chair, Deputy GM

By Joe Dinga Pefok While the Board meeting of the Port Authority of Douala, PAD, was underway in Bonanjo, August 24, to validate Cyprus Ngo’o, as its new General Manager, GM, some media organs in a mad rush for ‘scoops’, reported that its Board Chair, Shey Jones Yembe and Deputy GM, Charles Michaux Moukoko Njoh, have been sacked by ...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

Bafoussam Councils Clash Over Land

By Lindsay Agbor Bafoussam City Council and Bafoussam 1 Council are at daggers drawn over a piece of land. On July 19, 2016, Bafoussam 1 Council laid a foundation ...Full Article

Cocoa Oven Contractors Want Tax Exemption

By Maxcel Fokwen Cocoa oven contractors awarded deals to manufacture 25,000 modern cocoa driers in the Southwest Region and Moungo Division in the Littoral have appealed to Government to ...Full Article

Villagers Fear Politicians May Use ELECAM Data For Ritual

By Maxcel Fokwen Officials of Elections Cameroon, ELECAM, in Mbonge Subdivision, Southwest Region have revealed that some potential voters hesitated enrolling on the voters roll for fear that politicians ...Full Article

Quality Control Of Imported Goods Begins August 31

By Joe Dinga Pefok Cameroon will, from August 31, begin strict control of the quality of all goods, including imported primary products. The Government will launch the quality control ...Full Article

Infrastructural Projects Sentence Cameroon To FCFA 5000 Billion Debt

By Yerima Kini Nsom The funding of infrastructural projects is sentencing Cameroon to circa FCFA 2000 billion debt burden. According to a report by the National Sinking Fund, such ...Full Article

Two Million Signatures Needed For Cameroon Anglophone Independence

By Andrew Nsoseka Just two million signatures are needed for Southern Cameroons to gain independence, says Mola Njoh Litumbe, veteran Anglophone independence activist. According to Njoh Litumbe, their journey ...Full Article

Senator Petitions Biya Over Yang’s ‘Extreme Tribalism’

The Alternate Senator for Boyo Division in the Northwest Region, Prudential Ndim Wibua, has petitioned President Paul Biya against the recent appointments in the Ministry of Basic Education and ...Full Article

Lawyers, SCNC Activists Unit To End Arbitrary Arrest Of Anglophones

By Isidore Abah & Andrew Nsoseka Scores of Common Law Lawyers from the Northwest and Southwest Regions and hundreds of activists of the Southern Cameroons National Council, SCNC, August ...Full Article
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