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Barrister Tamfu Richard, a renowned human rights lawyer has been imprisoned in Douala, Cameroon. It is alleged that the reasons… Read More »Barrister Tamfu Richard Imprisoned For Alleged Contempt Of Court
Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary Bushiri escaped from South Africa to Malawi, breaking their bail conditions amid a string of criminal charges last week.
“Nobody’s ambition is worth the blood of any citizen. It is better to gain honour at the cost of losing power, than to gain power at the cost of losing honour”
Cameroonian Artist Ambe, one of those threatened by activist Tapang Ivo, has reiterated he will always stand for the people.… Read More »Activist Tapang Ivo x Anglophone Artists!
“I share in the suffering of the families of the young students barbarically killed last Saturday in Kumba, in Cameroon,” the Pope said.
“I feel great bewilderment at such a cruel and senseless act, which tore the young innocents from life while they were attending lessons at school.”
“When you put xaf 100, you had xaf 200 within 30 days, it was a 100% return on investments” one of the investors confirmed to us
It was 72 hours after school children were shot and killed by armed gunmen while in class in Kumba, a city in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions.
When minister Joseph LE, Cameroon’s minister of Public service and administrative reforms cried foul to Satanism in Cameroon, the Church of Satan asked him to leave them out of his business
I must warn those who have hijacked and misdirected the initial, genuine and well – intended protest of some of our youths in parts of the country, against the excesses of some members of the now disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).