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Stealing For A Living

By Rolantine Nwanjang* It could be safely said that robbery in Cameroon, has been elevated to the state of an art. This is going by the high rate at which highly placed civil servants are looting the treasury on the one hand and night marauders are breaking and entering. Despite the rather selective arrests of certain top government brass ...Full Article

Synagogue Church Coordinator Advocates Protection Of Widows

By Willibroad B. Nformi Bamenda-based "Evangelist" and Coordinator of the Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, Bamenda Fellowship, Moses Kan Elroy Payne, has advocated for the protection and support ...Full Article

Why Cameroonian Roads Are Death Traps

By Mefo Takambou Mimi* A little more than seven years ago, a Transport Minister put a couple of inter-urban bus services "off the road". The transport agencies in question ...Full Article

Presbyterian Youth Prepare For Golden Jubilee Celebrations

By Coretta Penn Achu Members of the Christian Youth Fellowship, CYF, of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC East Mungo South Presbytery have begun celebrations ahead of their 50th ...Full Article

The Ugly Side Of Mokolo Market

By Edith Etongo* The face of the Mokolo Market, one of the most popular markets in Yaounde, is marked by spots of garbage, congestion and numerous cases of pick ...Full Article

Presbyterian Church Engages In Climate Change Fight

By Nwunfor Babila N* The Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, has pledged to partake in the fight against climate change and its impacts in Cameroon. This was during a ...Full Article

CBC Ordains Five Pastors

By Jeff Ngawe Yufenyu Five pastors belonging to Nkwen Association of Churches of the Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, have been ordained.  The ordination ceremony took place recently at Nkwen ...Full Article

The Return Of The Bootees

By Azore Opio When we think of two centuries ago and the atrocities that colonialism afflicted on Africa, we cannot fail to focus on the nasty, humiliating anthropological exploitation ...Full Article

The Return Of The Bootees

By Azore Opio When we think of two centuries ago and the atrocities that colonialism afflicted on Africa, we cannot fail to focus on the nasty, humiliating anthropological exploitation ...Full Article

Justice Inglis: Pioneer Of Cameroon Judicial System

By Walter Wilson Nana Oliver Michael Inglis began his career as a Barrister-at-Law in one of the four British Law Associations christened Grays Inn. It still exists in England. ...Full Article
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