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[5 Oct 2016 | Comments Off on Douala, Littoral: Gov’t Bans Lawyers Meeting | ]
Douala, Littoral: Gov’t Bans Lawyers Meeting

Barrister Abeng says ban is gross violation of people’s rights
Flays gov’t inconsistency for authorizing meeting and back-paddling
Demands the English Version of OHADA Law be published
North West Lawyers decry oppression of Anglophones at Press Confab.
By Nkong Ndem Peter
A Press Conference slated for Douala by Members of the Cameroon Bar Association on Saturday October 1, 2016, ended up in smoke after the Divisional Officer who had signed the authorization, suddenly cancelled it at the eleventh hour with no explanation as to the whys and the hows.
Shocked and dismayed by the D.Os …

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[27 Sep 2016 | Comments Off on Struggle for Independence: SCNC Signature Collection Gathers Steam | ]
Struggle for Independence: SCNC Signature Collection Gathers Steam

Activists printing T-Shirts to Celebrate October 1 in Bamenda, Buea
By Ashu Manfred with additional reports
The Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) has intensified the collection of signatures as the pressure group continues to press for   independence of the erstwhile Southern Cameroons from the United Nations by leaving La Republique du Cameroun whom they have accused of breaking the political rules as agreed in Foumban in what is today popularly called the Foumban Accord. 
The Star first read series of announcements posted by SCNC leaders based in the United States, UK and …

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[19 Sep 2016 | Comments Off on AFCON 2016: Minister of State Sets Rules At Buea Seminar | ]
AFCON 2016: Minister of State Sets Rules At Buea Seminar

Two-day’s brainstorming sets stage for better reception, management
Service Providers bradawl on commendable services, hospitality, security, et al
By Theodore Mih Ndze
The Minister of State for Tourism and Leisure, H.E. Bello Bouba Maigari, has called on Service Providers to ensure that the African Female Football Competition, (AFCON), is highly successful. He was speaking at the Buea Mountain Hotel conference hall last week, during a two-day seminar organized to sensitize service providers grouping Hotel Directors, Managers, Staffs, security officers, local council authorities and many others, on how to better manage their various sectors for …

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[13 Sep 2016 | Comments Off on Cracks in Boko Haram ranks: 200 Fighters Surrender After Gun Battle | ]
Cracks in Boko Haram ranks: 200 Fighters Surrender  After Gun Battle

Stubborn armed militants who refused to surrender were slaughtered
By Loveline Ojong Tambe
Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters in Nigeria surrendered last Friday to the Nigerian army, according to multiple news reports. Two hundred soldiers gave themselves up in an apparent trend that has seen dozens of fighters in the militant organization’s ranks give themselves up over the past few weeks, The Star has learnt
The Nigerian Army had recently been ramping up its anti-Boko Haram tactics and rhetoric, including announcing last week that nearly 250 women and children had been liberated from the …

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[5 Sep 2016 | Comments Off on Back to School: Minister Imposes Stern Measures | ]
Back to School: Minister Imposes Stern Measures

Numbers of students per class firmly defined
Minister annuls fake transfer of 367 teachers
By Theodore M. Ndze
Ahead of the reopening of 2016-2017 academic year Monday September 5, 2016, the Minister of Secondary Education Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehé has imposed stern instructions to heads of academic institutions across the country on how to manage the school year. One of the directives includes the admission of a maximum 60 or 80 students per class. 
“This is the mandatory requirement for the quality of education in our country” said Minister Ngalle Bibehé, following …

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[30 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on Scandal rocks Cameroon Educational System: Fame Ndongo Declares War On PAID/WA | ]
Scandal rocks Cameroon Educational System: Fame Ndongo Declares  War On PAID/WA

Calls on population to ignore degrees issued by PAID/WA
Hundreds flay Higher Education Minister world-wide
Biya was Pioneer Scientific Committee Member at creation
By Chief Foanyi Nkemayang Paul
Hundreds of Cameroonians and denizens from other African nations and beyond have lashed out at Cameroon’s Minister of Higher Education Prof. Jacques Fame Ndongo for sailing in troubled waters he knows very little about. On August 23, 2016, Fame Ndongo signed what many described as a scandalous Press Release urging the public not to recognize degrees issued by the Pan-African Institute for Development (PAID/WA), an institution …

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[23 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on Landlords begin harassment of Tenants: Revised Penal Code Under Scrutiny | ]
Landlords begin harassment of Tenants: Revised Penal Code Under Scrutiny

Pundits want gov’t to address issue of delayed payment of bills

Demand time limit for payments to ease landlord/tenant tension

By Benjamin Et-Nchenge
Cameroonians have angrily spoken out against some offending Sections of the revised Penal Code; saying if the Head of State, Paul Biya, does not review his decision, the nation will be plunged into a crisis which many describe as a time bomb. They argue that if tenants must be given two months to pay rents or face justice, Vote holders should also be given a time limit to pay bills …

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[17 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on After losing limp and hand in fatal accident: British Man Invest Insurance Money To Fight Malaria in Cameroon | ]
After losing limp and hand in fatal accident: British Man Invest Insurance Money To Fight Malaria in Cameroon

Millions spent in 190 Villages, Schools since 2007
More than 34 African nations benefitting from largesse
Incredulous David drove from London to Africa after accident

By Chief Foanyi Nkemayang Paul
A British national, David M.C. Robertson who lost his right limp and hand in a fatal accident at the age of 18 in Britain has told an amassing story of how he spent the huge compensation he got from an Insurance company to fight malaria in Cameroon and other African nations.
Born in London in 1958, young David Robertson became a motor mechanic at the …

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[11 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on Ministry of Secondary Education: Minister Convokes 369 Teachers To Yaounde | ]
Ministry of Secondary Education: Minister Convokes 369 Teachers To Yaounde

Those summoned to answer questions on
dereliction of duties, corruption (List on pages 5, 6, 8)
New Regional, Divisional Delegates appointed
By Theodore M. Ndze
The Minister for Secondary Education, H.E. Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe, has summoned over 350 Secondary and High School Teachers to put order in the house ahead of the opening of the 2016/2017 academic year. The summons is also for the teachers to justify the authenticity of their postings. This is one of several measures taken by the Minister to ensure the smooth running of Secondary Schools nationwide. The …

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[4 Aug 2014 | Comments Off on A Big Thank You From Nkah Njenquinne (NKANCUDO)-USA Inc | ]
A Big Thank You  From Nkah Njenquinne (NKANCUDO)-USA Inc

Cross-section of Nkah Njenquinne sons and daugthers at their Maryland Convention, USA recently
Mbe Njilem and Nkah Njenquinne Cultural & Development Organization NKANCUDO -USA INC), wish to heartily thank you and express their profound gratitude and appreciation to all of you who made everything possible to be part of our success story. We also thank you in advance those who are still striving to make it possible as part of history of opening an indelible chapter in our history by organising our First Annual Convention, Fundraiser in Maryland-USA on Saturday June …