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Cameroon: Govt Deploys More Troops to Fight Armed Separatists

By Moki Edwin Kindzeka Cameroon has deployed more troops to it’s English speaking regions after another wave of attacks on public buildings and the kidnapping of military and government officials by suspected armed separatists. Moki Edwin Kindzeka reports from Yaounde. A Cameroon military band plays as hundreds of their colleagues are deployed to the troubled English speaking regions of the central African state. Defense Minister Joseph Beti Assomo says they should be very professional in executing their duties. He says although many soldiers have been killed, the military remains determined to fight…

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Ni John Fru Ndi Pens Emotional Love Letter To Dictatorial Biya

Mr President, Once again, I feel obliged to return to you for the best interests of Cameroon, our dear country. As a result of our last correspondence and given the urgency of the situation, I would have expected you to have already launched an invitation to dialogue, as indicated in your last mail. Unfortunately, I note that such action has not yet been undertaken. I find it hard to believe that with the state of Cameroon in peril, our uncertain future, and more so than the fire burning at my…

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Gory Weekend in Southern Cameroons as Colonial Forces Intensify Genocidal Activities

La Republique’s terrorist soldiers intensified their genocidal activities in Southern Cameroons Ambazonia over the weekend, as they invaded and set ablaze the entire villages of Boa Bakundu and Ebonji , in the Southern Zone of Ambazonia. They also went further to rape several young girls, burned down a good number of motor-bikes, looted properties and cash from the villagers, notably owners of provision stalls, bars and cocoa/coffee beans dealers. Images of extra judicial killings and arson littered the social media, with distress voice notes of villagers wailing and counting their…

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Nigeria aids refugees fleeing from Southern Cameroons

More than 25,000 refugees have travelled across the border from Cameroon to Nigeria and dozens continue to arrive every week. Caritas Nigeria is appealing for urgent support to fight an emerging humanitarian crisis as a growing number of refugees have been forced to flee political upheaval and armed conflict in neighbouring Cameroon. “The situation is dire,” said Fr Evaristus Bassey, director of Caritas Nigeria. “According to some of the refugees, they escaped on bush paths with only the clothes they were wearing.” Caritas Nigeria says assessments show more than 25,000…

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Presidential Elections 2018 : SDF Goes For Joshua Osih

By NFOR Hanson NCHANJI on Special Coverage of SDF Convention in Bamenda. Bamenda,Cameroon-Saturday February 24, 2018-9:35 AM Local Time (Cameroon News Agency) The Vice Chairman of Cameroons main opposition political party, the Social Democratic Front, SDF, Hon. Joshua Osih, has been voted as the party’s candidate ahead of the 2018 Presidential election. He beat his rival Hon Simon Nchinda Fobi to becomes the party’s only second Presidential candidate since it’s creation in 1990. The Congress Hall in North Wets region’s capital , Bamenda vibrated with shouts of joy as the…

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Breaking News … Agbor Balla Meets Harriett Baldwin

Meeting at Mountain Hotel Buea, with The United Kingdom’s Minister of State for Africa, Harriett Baldwin and H.E Rowan Laxton, British High Commissioner to Cameroon. We discussed a broad range of issues, including the growing refugee crisis, internally displaced due to the current crisis, conditions of detainees with some facing trial in military courts and some detained without charges or trial, continuous arrests ongoing in North West and South West Regions, burning of houses and villages reportedly done by the military, killings going on in both regions and the conditions…

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