WHO Empowers Persons with Disabilities in NW, SW

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has carried out a giant project, to mitigate the effects of the ongoing armed conflict on persons with disabilities in the affected North West and South West regions.

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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 armedContinue reading “Anglophone Crisis: Taxi Drivers Vow To Retaliate Military Excesses”

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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, andContinue reading “Anglophone Crisis: Ambazonia Launches Forceful Recruitment?”

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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 victimContinue reading “Muyuka Suffers Another Catastrophe”

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