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[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Over 20 Anglophones still being held in Kondengui after release of 55 detainees -Issa Tchiroma says, reveals Biya’s order was not an infraction on the independence of the Judiciary | ]
Over 20 Anglophones still being held in Kondengui after release of 55 detainees  -Issa Tchiroma says, reveals Biya’s order was not an infraction on the independence of the Judiciary

By Theodore M. Ndze
Not fewer than 20 Anglophne detainees are still being held at the Kondengui Maximum Prison, Yaounde, the Minister of Communication and Government Spokesman, Issa Tchiroma Bakary has said, adding that the decision by the Head of State Paul Biya to set 55 Anglophone detainees free in connection to the Anglophone crisis is not an infraction on the independence of the Judiciary by the Executive. He said the Head of State’s order was rather an application of the Legislative instruments governing the organization of justice in Cameroon.
Minister Issa …

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[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Minister of Secondary Education’s tour of North West/South West a positive booster to school resumption | ]
Minister of Secondary Education’s tour of North West/South West a positive booster to school resumption

By Solomon Agborem
Education Stakeholders in the North West and South West Regions have hailed the Minister of Secondary Education H.E. Jean Ernest Ngalle Massena Bibehe for his effective mobilization of all and sundry towards the smooth take off of the 2017/2018 Academic year in the two English speaking Regions of the country.
The stakeholders voiced their satisfaction at an enlarged meeting that took place in Buea last Thursday August 31,2017 after the Minister chaired a working session with top officials in the Region.
Opening the deliberations that took place in the Gymnasium …

Headline, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on South West, North West Regions: Regional Governors Receive Freed Anglophone Detainees | ]
South West, North West Regions: Regional Governors Receive Freed Anglophone Detainees

By Nkong Ndem Peter
September 1, will forever remain ineffaceable and unforgotten in the lives of many families in the South West and North West Regions of Cameroon following the release of 55 Anglophone Cameroonians incarcerated at the Kondengui Maximum Prison for months and awaiting trial on terrorism rated charges in Military Court, Yaounde. The families did not only expressed joy and approbation, they danced and thankedAllah for touching the heart of President Paul Biya to order for the release of their loved ones brought to them through the offices of …

Foreign News, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on U.S.A.: Five dead as Houston Harvey catastrophic floods ravage City | ]
U.S.A.: Five dead as Houston Harvey catastrophic floods ravage City

Five people have been reported killed after Harvey tropical storm pummeled Houston and the surrounding Region, bringing catastrophic flooding that have covered vehicles, houses and other property. At least five deaths and more than a dozen injuries have been reported in the aftermath of Harvey, the hurricane that tore across the Gulf Coast of Texas over the weekend.
Last Sunday the powerful system, now a tropical storm, pounded the region with torrential rains that were expected to continue for days, causing catastrophic floods, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The public hospital …

Health, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on 7 Health benefits of eating pawpaw | ]

Contains Antioxidants
One of the benefits of eating papaya is that it helps to prevent cancer. Papaya is a rich source of antioxidants that the body needs to fight against cancer-causing cells. Vitamin C, E and beta-carotenes are antioxidants that prevent all kinds of cancers. So adding a daily serving of papaya to your diet may lessen your risk of developing cancer.
Used to Treat Digestive Disorders
Papaya is a great source of proteolytic enzymes that are very important in digesting food. The most important of these proteolytic enzymes found in papaya is …

Health, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on 6 Ways to protect your ears and hearing health | ]

Once your hearing is damaged, it’s gone for good. That’s why we raise awareness about the prevalence of hearing loss, the importance of early diagnosis, and the options for taking action to find the best hearing solution for your needs. Don’t wait until it’s too late to start taking care of your ears! Here are nine easy ways to protect your ears and your hearing health.
1. Use earplugs around loud noises
Clubs, concerts, lawnmowers, chainsaws, and any other noises that force you to shout so the person next to you can …

Health, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on How to Care for Your Teeth | ]

Taking good care of your teeth will help you live a long, healthy, pain-free life. In order to keep your teeth healthy, it is important to develop a good dental care routine early in life and maintain your teeth as you get older. You can do this by practicing good oral hygiene, eating a healthy diet, and supplementing these good habits with professional care when necessary
                                                                               Caring for Your Teeth
Brush each morning and each evening. When you brush you should do so for at least two minutes. This will give …

Points of View, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on The Anti-terrorism Law: A revisit | ]

By Benjamin Et-Nchenge
Though the Cameroon Government has based its institution and subsequent retention of the Anti-terrorism Law (death penalty) in its criminal law on its endorsement by the National Assembly, the position of the State loses its merit when subjected to deeper scrutiny. Indeed a re-consideration of the decision is validated by the fact that the matter involves life, which human beings has no power to create and therefore should take extreme care in seeking to take.
Indeed, the campaigns for the abolition of the capital punishment have persisted over the …

Points of View, The Star Newsline »

[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on Divine Glory; the true prerequisite for leaders | ]

By Ayuk Tobias Oru
On points of view over The Star Newspaper of August 8, 2016 under the caption Cameroon’s Leadership Headache, Benjamin Et-Nchenge did not mince words in asserting: “A comparison of Cameroon’s experience in the quest for development with the experiences of other nations in the world, provides a clear answer to the question: Why has Cameroon failed or why is Cameroon failing? The answer, poignant and direct, is that there has hardly been a steady supply of good and selfless leaders to galvanize the potentials of the country …

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[5 Sep 2017 | Comments Off on It’s a new dawn for tourism in Fako –George M. Luma, Divisional Delegate of Tourism, Fako | ]
It’s a new dawn for tourism in Fako –George M. Luma, Divisional Delegate of Tourism, Fako

By Benjamin Et-Nchenge
The Divisional Delegate of Tourism and Leisure in Fako, George Musonge Luma, has said that it’s a new dawn for the tourism sector in Fako Division as no efforts would be spared in ensuring that the issue of tourism data is put onto the first burner.
Mr. Luma made this declaration in an exclusive chat with The Star recently at his Limbe office at the Ministry’s Divisional Delegation in Fako.
As Divisional Delegate, he said the bane of the tourism industry and the lack of attention from some concerned stakeholders …