politics 

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 the imposition of the French language in courts and educational institutions in the region. The action won popular support and provided ground for the…

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Sahel security Around The Globe News 

African Sahel Joint Force Gets 50m Euros

EU to give 50m euros to new African fighting force The influx of immigrants from Africa to Europe in recent times coupled with the increasing terrorist attacks has raised concerns. The recent events in the “Dark Continent” which has forced families across the desert and ocean called for attention both home and abroad. Many lives have been lost both from the African and European perspectives. The European Union has agreed to give more than 50m euros to fund a new African joint military force in the Sahel region. Sahel G-5 The…

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Around The Web 

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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ShuSheey Barrister AKUWIYADZE Around The Web 

Common Law Lawyers are more resolute and are not moved by promises!!

I WON’T GO TO COURT ON TUESDAY 02.05.2017!!! (By ShuSheey Barrister AKUWIYADZE) I won’t go to court on the 02.05.2017. Lawyers in West Cameroon have lost income for six months and their families are suffering. Were they sacrificing for the usual promises? No, Mr. President of the Cameroon Bar Council, I won’t go to court on the 02.05.2017. Consortium Leaders are in jail, some on self exile, while their families are suffering in Cameroon. Did they ask for promises? No, Mr. President of Cameroon Bar Council, I won’t go to…

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