The legitimacy of Cameroon´s regional council elections has been questioned on grounds that they lacked contestation of political ideologies.
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.
Education has been one of the most affected sectors in Cameroon, since the outset of the ongoing Anglophone secessionist conflict in 2016.
Some aid workers in Cameroon say belligerents in the Anglophone armed conflict have continued to show utter disregard for International Humanitarian Law. They decried the behavior recently in Kumba, during this year’s commemoration of the World Humanitarian Day.
By Sandrine Akeabeh, in Buea Students in the University of Buea have boycotted classes, amid the six-day lockdown imposed by separatists in the two restive Anglophone regions. Classes this Friday morning were empty, as students remained in their homes for fear of the unknown. Some lecturers were present to give out lectures, but barely metContinue reading “Amid Lockdown: UB Students Boycott Classes, But Administrators Present”