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September 2019

By Innocent A. In case you missed some key points in the address of President Paul Biya to the nation on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, these are some points to take home. Greatly Concerned about the Anglophone Crisis, President Biya

Some 10 groups, members of the Southern Cameroon Liberation Council platform, SCLC, have rubbished President Paul Biya's idea to open a national dialogue in Cameroon by the end of September 2019. The Separatist groups including the Interim Government, have said

Fellow Cameroonians, My Dear Compatriots, For close to three years now, the North-West and South-West Regions of our country have been going through a crisis that not only jeopardizes the safety and well-being of the population living there, but also

In 2016 when Paul Biya appointed Charles Pythagore Ndongo as the General Manager of Cameroon Radio Television, CRTV, he said during his installation that CRTV is the "Tam Tam" of Paul Biya. On Monday night, the Tam Tam sounded

The five-day nationwide strike announced by the Cameroon Bar Association, from September 16-20, 2019, has caused a general upset within the security and justice corridors. Following a meeting held at the Ministry of Justice; the Delegate General for National Security,

PRESS RELEASE -04 SEPTEMBER, 2019 The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has learnt with sadness and great dismay, the reports of acts of violence targeted at foreign African nationals in some parts of our sister country, South Africa. The violence and tension are

Some 12 Non-Governmental Organisations, including rights and pressure groups, with 5 political parties have made a joint statement backing the nationwide strike announced by the Cameroon Bar Association from September 16- 20, 2019.

The Government Delegate to the Kumba City Council, Victor Nkelle Ngoh has sealed dozens of shops at the Kumba main market, punishing their owners for respecting a lockdown imposed by Ambazonia separatist fighters. Accompanied by combat-ready security men, the Delegate

“Your anger and outrage is misplaced. African immigrants don’t own lands, don’t run companies, don’t own mining companies, don’t operate trophy hunting companies, do not ship out capital to European banks,” Noah said.

Ako Allan is an Asylum Seeker who fled from targeted search from Cameroon security forces in connection to the armed conflict in 2017, in Southern Cameroons. A graduate in Mathematics and minor in Computer Science from the University of Buea