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Military Tribunal Begins Trial Of Wum Barracks Arson Suspects

By Chris Mbunwe The Examining Magistrate of the Military Tribunal in Yaounde, May 10, 2016 began the trial of 20 detainees arrested for allegedly burning the army camp at Wum, Menchum Division in the Northwest Region. Ten out of the detainees were presented before Magistrate Captain Poh Mboule Frederic without a lawyer. Captain Poh Mboule informed the suspects as ...Full Article

Fr. Nkeze Debunks ‘I will Be Killed…’ Story

By Bouddih Adams Rev. Fr. George Jingwa Nkeze has rebuffed a newspaper publication in which he is quoted as saying “I Will Be Killed, I Am Made Bishop of ...Full Article

Limbe Mayors Blame Difficult 2015 Year On Taxes, Debts

By Francis Tim Mbom The Mayor of the Limbe I Council, Rodanny Mbua Mokako, and that of the Limbe II Council, Duncan Molindo, have told Fako SDO that the ...Full Article

After Foe: Tragedy Hit Cameroon Football Again, 2 Footballers Die On Separate Pitches

By Leocadia Bongben & Etienne Mainimo Mengjo Soccer fans in Cameroon are in a state of shock and melancholy following the tragic death of Patrick Ekeng Ekeng on May ...Full Article

Police Seize Company Products, Banners On Labour Day

By Francis Tim Mbom The 2016 Labour Day march past in Limbe was bereft of the usual fanfare that often characterises the event in the past years. Workers of ...Full Article

Conflict Between Companies Stall Yaounde-Douala Road Construction

By Yerima Kini Nsom A protracted conflict between China First Highway Engineering Company Cameroon, CFHEC, and the Control Mission led by the SCET Tunisie/Louis Berger, is responsible for the ...Full Article

What Killed Prof. Agbor Tabi

By Yerima Kini Nsom & Bouddih Adams A pall and gloom fell on the nation when the news of the demise of the Deputy Secretary General at the Presidency ...Full Article

TAC Warns Against Increase In GCE Registration Fees

By Chris Mbunwe The National Council of the Teachers Association of Cameroon, TAC, has warned against any increase in registration fees for the General Certificate of Education exams. Meeting ...Full Article

Striking Teachers Send CONAC After Education Delegate

By Andrew Nsoseka Disgruntled secondary school teachers in the Southwest Region have seized the National Anti-Corruption Commission, CONAC, to probe the Delegate of the Secondary Education, Francis Ngundu. The ...Full Article

UPC: One Party, Three Leaders, Conflicting Ideas

By Yerima Kini Nsom Despite the deal of reconciliation which the Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation, MINADT, brokered in 2013, Cameroon’s oldest party, the UPC, is still in ...Full Article
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