Ngwane Ehabe: The Guy Who Indicts Street Litterers through Videos

Whenever Ngwane Ehabe Kwame saw people littering on the streets around him, he knew something wasn’t going right. He felt the need to put an end to this, but just didn’t know how. It was too big a thing to bear the reality that his Ndongo neighbourhood had become a habitat for trash.

Our Soldiers Even Teach In Schools And Donate Didactic Materials – Atanga Nji, Against US Sanctions

Cameroon's Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, says it is wrong to accuse the country's military of any excesses, given its resolve to restore peace and order in the troubled North West and South West regions.
He made the remarks recently, while execrating America's intentions to remove Cameroon from the African Growth and Opportunity Act, AGOA.

86 Year-old Biya Clocks 37 Years in Power: What Legacy?

The President of Cameroon, Paul Biya has marked 37 years in power, since taking office in 1982.

Supporters and sympathizers of his ruling Cameroon People's Democratic Movement (CPDM) Party have in separate rallies on Wednesday November 6, commemorated the 37th anniversary in power, of a man they describe as peaceful and visionary.

Eto’o Was Deprived Of Balon D’Or For Being African – V. Enyeama

Ex-Super Eagles goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama, says former Cameroon forward, Samuel Eto’o should have won the World Best Player award before his retirement in September.

The former Nigeria international made a case for Eto’o, who came third at the 2005 FIFA World Player of the Year award ceremony, behind

Ceding of Bakassi: 13 years on, Greentree agreement unratified, unimplemented

Thirteen years after oil and natural gas-rich Bakassi Peninsula was ceded to the Republic of Cameroon, the United Nations (UN)-backed Greentree Agreement, which both countries signed on June 12, 2006, to formalise the exercise has neither been ratified nor implemented.

Akere Muna Lambasts Major National Dialogue

The President of the Now Movement, Barrister Akere Muna has castigated the ongoing national dialogue summoned by President Paul Biya to resolve the Anglophone armed conflict. In a media release signed on October 1, 2019, the lawyer cum politician regretted that some key actors of the dialog

Agbor Nkongho Maintains Federalist’s Stance

Ladies and gentlemen, I stand before you today deeply concerned about the future of this country. Our duty here is no secret. We are here to dialogue and provide a credible, acceptable and timebound response to a conflict. We are here, regrettably without the non-state armed groups who are a party to the conflict we seek to resolve through this process.

AFCON 2020: Cameroonians Expect Positive Results From CAF Inspection Team

Some Cameroonians are expressing hopes that the delegation of the Confederation of African Football (CAF)which is on an inspection visit in Cameroon, will submit fair assessments of the country's preparedness to host AFCON 2021, at the end of their inspection mission.

Anglophone Crisis:COLTECH Student Hopes To Construct Building For Post-Crisis Peace

A student in the University of Bamenda's College of Technology (COLTECH) says his dream in future is to construct a good structure in the restive Bafut subdivision of the North West region, where locals can forget the sufferings caused by the Anglophone armed conflict.

You Will Lose International Sympathy If You Boycott Dialogue – US Diplomat Cautions Separatists

Former US Secretary of State for African Affairs, Herman J. Cohen says those clamouring for the independence of Ambazonia will lose international sympathy, should they boycott the national dialogue announced by Cameroon's President, Paul Biya.