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Soldiers Again Threaten Cameroon Gov’t Over Unpaid Dues

By Basil Afoni  Hundreds of Cameroonian soldiers who served in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA) have given the government here an October 12 deadline to pay their dues or face unspecified consequences, reports Koaci.com.   The soldiers, who claim to be owed months in unpaid allowances for their participation in the mission that ...Full Article

400 Teachers Asked Refund 7 Years of Allowances

By Basil Afoni Some 400 teachers of Secondary and Basic Education in Cameroon will have their teaching and evaluation allowances suspended after being asked by the Government to refund ...Full Article

Elite Donate to Flood victims in Baba-Ngoketunjia

By Chris Mbunwe The 35 family heads of over 450 persons displaced by the recent flood that in Baba I Village of Ngoketunjia Division, Northwest Region, on September 25, ...Full Article

Tchiroma Slams Amnesty International Report

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Cameroon’s Minister of Communication and Government’s Spokesperson, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, has said the persistent accusations of violations of human rights in the struggle against Boko ...Full Article

Peace Is Prerequisite To Every Achievement – Awudu Mbaya

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Coordinator of the Parliamentary Network for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Hon Cyprian Awudu Mbaya, has said peace is a prerequisite for every achievement in ...Full Article

Poor Governance Retards Cameroon’s Growth

By Yerima Kini Nsom Despite projections by the National Institute of Statistics that Cameroon would savour an economic growth rate of over six percent, the World Bank has indicated ...Full Article

‘Ambazonia’ Warns Biya, Let Anglophones Go…

A letter from “The Republic of Ambazonia’’ has called upon President Paul Biya to “release the Anglophone population before mid night of September 30, 2015”. According to the letter, ...Full Article

Police, Abety Quarrel Over ‘Shoddy’ Project Execution

By Chris Mbunwe The Delegate General for National Security, Martin Mbarga Nguele, has said, if the Police Training School situated in Babanki, along the Bamenda-Fundong Highway has not gone ...Full Article

Female Station Managers Exhorted To Check Media Blackmail, Corruption

By Chris Mbunwe, *Dieudonne Mbah Fobang, *Judith Angwih & *Yvette Enokwei The Deputy Director General of the Cameroon Radio Television, CRTV, Professor Francis Wete, has cautioned the first ever ...Full Article

Minister Assists Mayors To Maintain Roads

By Yvonne Massa Ako, * Serge Ezanyi & *Farlon Kubeh The Minister of Public Works, Patrice Amba Salla, September 11, signed a Technical Assistance Convention, TAC, in Buea between ...Full Article
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