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February 2019

BLAMINGA civil conflict like the Anglophone conflicts, once blown off, it is often characterized and escalated by the blame game. We have witnessed so many exchanges of blames. The Ambazonians blame the government forces forces for burning villages, killing innocent

The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) is saddened by the passing of its former Leader, Hon. Bethel Nnaemeka AMADI, on 10 February 2019. Hon AMADI, a national of Nigeria served as President of the PAP between 2012 and 2015. In his condolence message, Hon. Roger

The Committee to Protect Journalists joined more than 15 rights organizations and the #KeepItOn Coalition to call for Nigerian authorities to ensure that internet and social media services remain connected during upcoming elections, and safeguard internet speeds of websites and

Yaounde-Cameroon- Wednessdy February 13, 2019- 5:20AM Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) The Embassy of the United States of America in Yaounde, Cameroon has issued a statement condemning in strongest terms, the recent arson attack on the Kumba District Hospital in the

The Government, through spokesman and Communication Minister, Rene Emmanuel Said, has officially blamed Ambazonia Separatist fighters for setting parts of Kumba District Hospital on fire early Monday February 11, 2019. But the Communication Secretary of the Separatist group, Interim Government

At least four patients have died, and others wounded following an arson attack on the Kumba District hospital, Meme Division, South West region, early Monday February 11, 2019, a hospital source has said. While the hospital is yet to

Buea- Cameroon-Saturday February 9, 2019-4 pm Local Time(Cameroon News Agency) Two international human rights Non Governmental Organizations, Benevolentaire International, BI and Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa, CHRDA, have demanded the unconditional release of a 4th year

Geneva, Switzerland- Thursday February 7, 2019-1 PM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) The Executive Director of the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa, REDHAC, Maximilienne NGO MBE, has said the form of the state must be on the

By Nfor Hanson Nchanji Separatist fighters in the former British controlled territory, Southern Cameroons, have intensified measures to see into it that a 9 days lockdown instituted by its “Interim Government” is strictly respected. Gunshots, roadblocks, burnings and even the displaying

Fai Yengo Cedric, the Nephew of Disarmament Commission President, Fai Yengo Francis has sent a response email to the Israeli embassy in connection with the anti-Semitic words used by Cameroon's Minister , Jean De Dieu Momo. This email explains the