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October 2018

The University of Bamenda, UBa and the entire university community have been thrown into an emotional storm following the tragic death of Professor Mbufong Paul Kuban Thursday October 25, 2018 from bullet wounds. He gave up the ghost at the

Derick also called "Pa Loic" , was pulled out of a passenger vehicle in the morning of Wednesday October ,2018 and shot dead by Cameroon Soldiers  at the locality of Njavnyuy in Kumbo municipality, Bui Division.

The Co-Founder and Secretary-General of British Cameroon National Party,  BCNP, Daniel Mosima has urged Francophone Cameroonians to stand firm and make a defensive move torwards protecting the choices they made on October 7, Presidential election.

You simply did not understand us, and you were adamant despite our attempts to explain why we were reacting they way we reacted. Your all knowing attitude never allows you to humble yourselves. True wisdow, you should know, comes with

By NFOR Hanson NCHANJI Douala,Cameroon-Saturday October 20, 2018-6 PM Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) In less than 12 hours, Cameroonians in Douala, a Francophone dominated capital city of Littoral region, will be hitting the streets in a peaceful protest to demand the

By NFOR Hanson Nchanji In 2017, Kenya’s supreme court declared Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in the presidential election invalid and ordered a new vote to be held within 60 days. The decision to nullify the result, a first in Kenya, set up a

Constituent Associations of Artists in Cameroon have staged a protest in front of the national broadcaster, CRTV, demanding the complete payment of their rights at SONACAM, or face the consequences. They brandished placards urging Charles Ndongo and team to respect the

By Babila Jonathan A greater proportion of electric cables used in Cameroon and other Central African nations is imported from Asia and Europe. Local production by small scale companies, is very low. This has been contributing to significantly widen the trade

Ace-Legal Luminary and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of a pan-African legal services group, the Centurion Law Group, NJ Ayuk, says a sweet blend of all the spices of hard work, yield the secret ingredients of success. He was speaking on the

The family of late James Nendah Njoumba, onetime pilot with the defunct Cameroun Airlines (CAMAIR), now Cameroon Airlines Corporation (CAMAIR-CO), is currently seeking universal sympathy amidst the pariah treatment accorded them by their father’s former employer, bank, and insurance company. According