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October 2018

Retired Attorney General at the supreme court, Chief Justice Ayah Paul Abine, has said the October 7 Presidential Polls were organized in illegality and that the process was marred by massive fraud in favor of incumbent,Paul Biya. On his official

By Nfor Hanson Nchanji At least seven persons have been murdered by Soldiers in Ekona, Muyuka Subdivision, Fako Division in the South West region, CNA has gathered. Ekona resident are in hiding after military stormed the area Tuesday October 9

The Acting President of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Dr Ikome Sako has called on Southern Cameroonians to be on alert and focus on hoisting their flag in Buea after elections in Cameroun, which he says were largely boycotted

He created surprise on Monday, the day after the presidential election in Cameroon. Considered the main opponent of the outgoing president, Paul Biya, Maurice Kamto declared himself the winner of the election even before the official announcement of the results. A

By NFOR Hanson Nchanji Rerired Attorney General at the SupremeCourt, Chief Justice Ayah Paul, says the declarations of Maurice Kamto, President of Cameroon Renaissance Movement, on his supposed victory in the just ended Presidetial elections, were within the law. He said since

Transparency International, a Non Governmanetal Organization, has refuted claims it sent international observers in the just ended Presidetial elections in Cameroon. In an outing Tuesday, the NGO said someone interviewed over a channel(CRTV) in Cameroon, is said to have been

By NFOR Hanson Nchanji LEBIALEM, South West- Friday October 5, 2018-8:30 AM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) The atmosphere in Mbelenka is tense, majority of the population have fled into bushes, while Soldiers and fake "freedom fighters" feed fat on their

DOUALA, Cameroun-Thursday October 4, 2018-3PM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) The National President of Cameroon People's Party,CPP, Edith Kah Walla has urged electorates to vote any other opposition party leader, except incumbent, Paul Biya, come October 7. In an outing

By NFOR Hanson Nchanji The US Congress has called on the Cameroun government to release Sisiku Ayuktabe and 46 other persons arrested in Nigeria and repatriated to Cameoun. The Congress has also urged the Government to release all detainees arrested within

The Embassy of the United States of America in Yaounde, Cameroun, has cautioned US citizens against possible demonstrations from October 1 till when Presidential polls open, adding that the one year anniversary of demonstrations could be