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Cameroon:Retired Police Officer Lashes Ranting Tchiroma- We Are Done

Issa Tchiroma, In order to please your boss, you are spilling out falsehood reminiscent of poisonous fumes on CRTV about our struggle and we shall not stay silent. Many are speaking out, others are singing but I chose to write and keep on writing Read on » » »

Bakassi still exists despite ceding to Cameroon – Clan head

BAKASSI—THE Head of Ifiang Ayong Clan, Bakassi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Ntoe Okokon Edem Archibong, has dispelled the notion that Bakassi community is not a of Nigeria, following the relinquishing of Bakassi Peninsula by Nigeria to Cameroon.   Archibong made the clarification Read on » » »

Is La République running out of money to sustain its troops in Southern Cameroons??

  Reports says in most parts of Southern Cameroons the occupational force of La République du Cameroun have been reduced to beggars. During the day they are seen begging from water to food .At night,they switch to kidnappers for the regime to bundle civilians Read on » » »


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Cameroon: Bamenda Gov’t Delegate Responds To South West Elites Xenophobic Attacks, Says They Are Hypocrites

Vincent Ndumu. The Government Delegate to the Bamenda City Council, Vincent Ndum Nji has spat fire on some South West elites who spoke lengthily in Buea a forth night ago on the disastrous role of North West population on the ongoing strike. The South Read on » » »

The Telecomms Masterplan for the Southern Cameroons

At the moment there are three main GSM operators who have deployed networks in the BSC as part of their operations which are based in French Cameroun. Notwithstanding the licenses which were granted to them by the government of French Cameroun which gives them Read on » » »


Reports reaching says Ten Cameroonians were arrested in Dubai last Sunday the 19th of February, 2017 after stealing nearly one billion CFA francs from a Saudi businessman last Friday. They were arrested 48 hours after the offense.The money was recovered and they will Read on » » »

Cameroun: Amnesty International lance une pétition pour la libération de trois jeunes accusés de «non-dénonciation d’actes terroristes»

L’organisation demande la libération de Fomusoh Ivo Feh et ses deux co-accusés, tous condamnés pour avoir fait circuler un message évoquant Boko Haram. La pétition lancée le 2 février a été clôturée le 15 février 2017. L’initiative a recueilli 31.756 soutiens, selon la plate-forme. Read on » » »


The Anglophone minority is a delayed time bomb in Cameroon according to US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)Declassified document. The CLASSIFIED file  CIA-RDP86T01017R000707040001-2  of which obtained a copy was approved for release on March 7, 2011. Cameroon flag In  an insight, the original classified Read on » » »

Were Southern Cameroons Leaders Inexperienced and Illiterate?

agenda.”   1961: Southern Cameroons Premier John Ngu Foncha returns via Tiko airport from a trip to the United Nations.   Cameroon’s history is a history replete with half truths, myths, fallacies, and outright distortions. The Foumban Conference of July 1961, which sealed the Read on » » »

Cameroon: Internet Shutdown Costs the State $1.39m so far

Businesses in Cameroon have lost over $1.39 million as the internet shutdown in the country enters a fourth week, a coalition of rights organisations monitoring the outage disclosed. The government ordered the suspension of internet services to the English speaking Northwest and Southwest Cameroon, Read on » » »

Cameroon:CNDHL wants to mediate in the Anglophone crisis

It emerge during the press conference  by Dr Chemuta Divine Banda, the president of National Commission for Human Rights and Freedoms (CNDHL) on Tuesday 14 February in Yaoundé that the CNDHL wants to mediate in the current Anglophone  crisis. During the press briefing, whose Read on » » »

Cameroun-Crise anglophone: la CNDHL veut être médiateur

C’est ce qui ressort de la conférence de presse donnée par Dr Chemuta Divine Banda, le président de cette institution, mardi 14 février dernier à Yaoundé. Le mardi 14 février 2017, la Commission Nationale des Droits de l’Homme et Libertés (CNDHL) a donné un Read on » » »


The coordinator for United Nations information workshop in Bamenda Prof. Martin Chia Ateh and three others Chief Kwato Joseph, Neba Francis and Yoh Raymond have been arrested in Bamenda Northwest region.They were arrested Friday 17 feb 2017 at 3:30 pm by a group of Read on » » »

Cameroon: in 2016, the road network gained 310 km of surfaced roads

During 2016, a total of 310 km of roads were asphalted in Cameroon by the government, the Minister of Public Works, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi, revealed. This statistic represents a third of the roads the government is planning to surface in 2017. Indeed, while presenting Read on » » »

South Africa Human Right Center Request UN,AU to Mediate Now in The Cameroon Anglophone crisis

Pretoria’s Centre for Human Rights based at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, has called on the Secretary General of the United Nations to as a matter of urgency, appoint a mediator to seek solutions in the ongoing conflict in Cameroon. The call was Read on » » »

Top US official in The Gambia for Barrow’s inauguration

GAMBIA A top official of the United States (US) will join a host of dignitaries at the inauguration ceremony of Gambian President Adama Barrow tomorrow. The Gambia’s 52nd Independence Day celebration has also been tied to the official swearing-in of President Adama Barrow. The Read on » » »

6 die in gas leak at South African naval base, several hurt

An apparent gas leak at a naval base in the South African city of Durban killed six people Friday, including three members of the military, authorities said. The men were “overcome by gas” while working in a sewage pit, said Russel Meiring, a spokesman Read on » » »

Cameroon:Military Court Sentence 19 Years Old political Science Student To Six Months Imprisonment Without Trial

Tite Nkwenkam Momekam has been sentenced to six (6) months imprisonment at the Nkondengui Central prison in Yaounde Cameroon. The judge ordered Tite’s imprisonment WITHOUT TRIAL at the Yaounde Military Tribunal Tuesday February 14, 2017, a day when the defense SHOULD have filed for Read on » » »

Orders for the militarization of Cameroon’s Media Organs

According to inside sources from the Presidency of the Republic, freedom of press in Cameroon has taken an unprecedented military scrutiny under the direct supervision of the Director of Presidential Security, General Ivo Descancio Yenwo. In close alliance with the power-hungry Martin Belinga Emboutou, Read on » » »