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Anglophone Consortium Disowns Cameroun Governemnt Manipulation

Dear Brothers and Sisters, It has been brought to our knowledge that the government has sent out a dubious message purportedly from us, claiming the strike has been suspended for basic education and ghost towns has been lifted so that they could regroup and Read on » » »

Cameroun:L’UA demande au gouvernement de privilegier le dialogue

Dans un communiqué de presse rendu public hier, la commission de l’Union africaine dit être attachée au respect du droit de manifester et de l’Etat de droit alors qu’on arrête de nombreux arrestations dans la zone anglophone après l’échec des négociations avec le gouvernement. Read on » » »

Cameroun – Crise anglophone: L’Alliance des Forces Progressistes (AFP) dit «Oui au fédéralisme comme mode d’administration

Alice Sadio, Présidente de l’AFP CIN Dans une lettre ouverte qui porte la signature de sa présidente Alice Sadio, l’Alliance des Forces Progressistes (AFP) exhorte «les thuriféraires du RDPC, à se ressaisir en ayant à l’esprit le principe selon lequel: l’État c’est nous tous! Read on » » »


Tassang Wilfred is sound and safe is in a Western embassy in Yaounde, French Cameroun according to the Anglophone consortium. He  earlir sent greetings and has attached his first message to West Cameroonians since the arrest of  the consortium leader Yesterday. Press Statement.   Read on » » »

Cameroon: Amnesty international reacts as Biya goes INSANE

—– PRESS RELEASE CAMEROON CENSORSHIP AND FREE SPEECH CAMEROON: ARRESTS AND CIVIL SOCIETY BANS RISK INFLAMING TENSIONS IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING REGIONS 20 January 2017, 15:56 UTC The Cameroonian authorities must immediately and unconditionally release two civil society leaders arrested in the English-speaking part of the Read on » » »


AYAH PAUL ABINE Contrairement à une information que j’ai précédemment diffusée hier (bien que démentie par moi même par la suite), AYAH PAUL ABINE n’a pas été arrêté. Il était chez lui mais a reçu en journée à une convocation du SED pour se Read on » » »

Cameroon: African Bar condemns the illegal detention of Barrister Nkongho

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Cameroon:Consortium’s Statement on Ndongo’s call for another teachers meeting

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Cameroon :Tassang Wilfred says strike must continue

Cameroon civil society leader Tassang Wilfred has written an urgent message from his hide out, It reads: “My dear people of West Cameroon, there is a rumour being sponsored by government to the effect that I have escaped because I had already signed to Read on » » »

Cameroon:Justice Ayah refuse to honour summons today

January 20, 2017 NOT FOR NOW As stated yesterday to the security agents, Ayah Paul Abine has to be served through his head of department as a matter of law before he can appear before whosoever. That not being the case as of now, Read on » » »

Cameroon-Watch video of Kah Walla’s visit to Barr. kongho & Dr. Fontem at SED Yaounde

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Cameroon:Barr. Nkongho and Dr. Fontem are both well and in strong spirits-Kah Walla

  Edith Kah Walla     Literally kidnapped from the South West region on Tuesday 17 January and brought to Yaoundé by car, via Douala in the very early hours of Wednesday morning. They are being held at the SED (Sécretariat d’Etat à la Read on » » »

Cameroon:We will not cede to Fear!-kah Walla

Edith Kah Walla   For over 50 years as Cameroonians contact with our State has gripped us with fear. Fear of reprimand, fear of being insult, fear of not obtaining the service that we have come to see which is ours by right. For Read on » » »

Cameroon:Irate Bali Youths Force DO To Honour Ghost Town Call

  Some disgruntled youths of Bali in Mazem Division, Northwest Region, January 16, forced their Divisional Officer, DO, to respect the Ghost Town call made by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Consortium. The Post learnt that all educational institutions and commercial activities were grounded in Read on » » »

Cameroon:Over 30 Arrested Following Tear Gas Vs. Stone War

Over 30 persons were, January 16, arrested in Limbe by security forces following the sit-in strike action called by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. The arrests were made after the strike action that began peacefully in the morning, but later degenerated into a Read on » » »

Cameroon:Lawyers Request Immediate, Unconditional Release Of Agbor-Balla, Fontem

Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor Following the arrest in Buea on January 17 and transfer to Yaounde of Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor and Dr. Neba Fontem, Common Law lawyers have demanded their “immediate and unconditional release”. The two gentlemen, who are members of the Cameroon Read on » » »


The Chairman of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium and Vice President of the African Bar Association, Barrister Agbor Felix Nkongho have told a sea of Francophone army generals and judges from the military tribunal in Yaoundé that the international community will not turn Read on » » »


Two Consortium leaders Dr.Nkongho Félix Agbor and Dr Fontem Neba in SETT YAOUNDÉ Kwame Nkrumah, the first President of Ghana (the first “colony” to attain independence south of the Sahara) rose from the prison to the presidency of Ghana. So too were Jomo Kenyatta, Read on » » »

Al Shabaab executes Ugandan soldier

MOGADISHU. — Somalia’s Islamist al Shabaab militia has executed a Ugandan soldier captured more than a year ago, according to a video released online by the militants and confirmed by their spokesman. Henry Obbo, Uganda’s deputy military spokesman, told Reuters they were not aware Read on » » »

West Cameroon Association condemns the arrest of of the Anglophone Consortium leaders

WCA PRESS RELEASE-003 | 18/01/2017 The West Cameroon Association (WCA) condemns in the strongest possible terms, the arrest of the leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC) – Barrister Dr. Nkongho Felix Agbor Balla, Dr Neba Fontem and others including Dr. Michael Read on » » »