The legitimacy of Cameroon´s regional council elections has been questioned on grounds that they lacked contestation of political ideologies.
When the original song “Be Proud,” by Lukong Dieudonné aka Witty Minstrel was released in June 2020, it was seen as a source of pride for the people of Nso. Now, the remix version of the song, many say, is drawing the entire nation even closer.
The ongoing Anglophone armed conflict has exposed persons with disabilities to grave danger, and this group of people is now crying out for help.
Persons with visual impairment in the North West and South West regions have called on road users to respect the White Cane, and consider them as fellow active road users. They decried the fact that some road users have remained ignorant of the significance of the White Cane — a mobility aid — thereby sidelining persons with visual impairment as active road users.
The Co-ordinator General of the Co-ordinating Unit of Associations of Persons with Disabilities (CUAPWD) North West Region, says the crisis in Anglophone Cameroon has made life unbearable for persons with disabilities.