Anglophone Crisis: Taxi Drivers Vow To Retaliate Military Excesses

Kesah Princely & Regis Che, in Buea Some taxi drivers in the North West capital, Bamenda, say they would join Ambazonia fighters if Cameroon's Defense and Security forces fail to stop exploiting them.      Military men controlling vehicles Speaking recently in Bamenda, town-ship transportaters accused uniformed officers of unlawfully using the ongoing Anglophone armed … Continue reading Anglophone Crisis: Taxi Drivers Vow To Retaliate Military Excesses

Anglophone Crisis: Ambazonia Launches Forceful Recruitment?

Kesah Princely & Regis Che, in Buea Suspected separatist fighters have begun forcing young men in Bamenda to join the fight for the liberation of a self-proclaimed country termed Ambazonia. Sources say heavily armed men believed to be Pro-independence fighters of Ambazonia's statehood, stormed Nkwen, a locality in Bamenda III Subdivision on August 13, and … Continue reading Anglophone Crisis: Ambazonia Launches Forceful Recruitment?

Muyuka Suffers Another Catastrophe

Regis Che, in Buea. Muyuka Subdivision has suffered what many have termed a disaster, following a military raid on August 12, 2019. One civilian has been allegedly killed by Cameroon's military and security forces who stormed Malende, a neighborhood in Muyuka, a source in the area told Mimi Mefo Info. Aside the dimise, another victim … Continue reading Muyuka Suffers Another Catastrophe

Cameroon Loses Ambassador

Kesah Princely & Regis Che                      In Buea. Some foreign diplomats have begun conveying condolence messages to President Paul Biya, following the dimise of Cameroon's Ambassador to Ethiopia. The mortal remains of Jacques-Alfred Ndoumbe Éboulé were found by his butler Monday, August 12, in Addis Ababa, … Continue reading Cameroon Loses Ambassador