Cameroon on brink of collapse – By Emma Emeozor

Fifty six years after British Cameroon and French Cameroon united to become the Republic of Cameroon following a United Nations-sponsored referendum, the marriage seems to be heading for collapse. The English speaking region has repeatedly accused the French speaking Cameroon-dominated government of marginalization and high-handedness in dealing with its people. In late October 2016, Southern Cameroon unions representing lawyers and teachers staged a public protest against Read More …

FRAUDSTER OF THE DECADE: EKEMA PATRICK ESUNGE

Ekema P. Esunge Fraudster

MAYOR OF BUEA FRAUDS HIS WAY INTO & THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF BUEA The Anglophone struggle has been a fierce one involving loss of lives, incarceration, exiles, rape, etc. It has not only paved the way for critical thinking and observation, but it has equally set straight an insight to asking the right questions at the right time. Fraudsters are undeniably the majority animation torch bearers in Read More …

Custody battle after Boko Haram child kidnap

Boko haram

Letter from Africa:By Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani For many victims of the Boko Haram insurgency in north-eastern Nigeria, the tragedy never seems to end. It simply takes on new dimensions. Take the case of 32-year-old Maria David Zaya, whose two-year-old daughter, Precious, was kidnapped by militants of the Islamist group in September 2014, while she was visiting her in-laws in Madagali in Adamawa state. Precious was taken captive Read More …

Southern Cameroons’ picture History

The absorbed People; Southern Cameroonians are finally rising and they demand nothing, but the complete restoration of their Country.        

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