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February 2019

A peace movement dubbed, “North West and South West Peace Movement on Cessation of Violence” has seen the light of day. In a Press statement, the initiators have said they are apolitical, seeking lasting peace. They will be consulting and

The Human Rights Council during its midday meeting continued with its high-level segment, hearing addresses from 17 dignitaries who spoke about the shrinking space for civil society human rights violations across the world, and underlined the responsibility of the international

President Muhammadu Buhari says he is grateful to God and Nigerians for his victory in the Presidential election.

The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has said the body is totally against death penalties, emphasizing that 121 States – the highest ever number – voted in favor of the General Assembly resolution for a

"Human rights-based policies are effective. They deliver better outcomes for people – people across the social and economic spectrum, and beyond borders. They prevent grievances, conflicts, inequalities, and suffering and discrimination of all kinds."

The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has confirmed that the Anglophone crisis has shifted into an armed conflict, affecting more than 4 million people, 1.3M in need, 820,000 People targeted, 437,500 Internally

The Minister of external relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella has told over 100 country representatives at the 40th Human rights Council In Geneva, that Cameroon’s defense and security forces have remained professional in executing their duties in the two restive regions.

Close to 50% of houses in a village called Nge’ndzen in the Mbam valley, Bui division were reduced to ashes, after Soldiers stormed the area Friday night burning and looting.

The Tony Elumelu Foundation, the leading African-funded and founded philanthropy committed to empowering African entrepreneurs, has announced its last call for applications into its prestigious 2019 Entrepreneurship Programme. The application portal launched on the 1st of January 2019 to close

By NFOR Hanson NCHANJI with field reports More than 10 persons have been killed in Kumbo and at least 3 in Bamenda, North West region, as soldiers go on a killing spree, in less than 24 hours. They also burned