• Southern Cameroons Problem: Keeping an eye on the ball

    Southern Cameroons Problem: Keeping an eye on the ball

    The Anglophone problem that has played out for more than seven months in Cameroon seems to be fizzling out, especially as the government is quietly yielding to demands made by Anglophones. Last week, the government finally yielded that the country’s Diaspora is a key element in the country’s efforts to overcome unemployment and poverty. After […]

  • CPDM-Francophone GCE: Biya regime orders timetable shake-up to accommodate Ramadan festival

    CPDM-Francophone GCE: Biya regime orders timetable shake-up to accommodate Ramadan festival

    President Biya has declared tomorrow Monday June 26, 2017 a public holiday due to the Ramadan festival and by extrapolation, suspending all the sessions of the scandalous General Certificate Examination 2017 scheduled for Monday. The Biya decree has added more confusion and frustration to an already nasty situation in Southern Cameroons and has made it […]

  • Biafra Uprising: Nigerian acting president meets with regional leaders

    Biafra Uprising: Nigerian acting president meets with regional leaders

    Nigeria’s acting president met with regional leaders in an effort to quell ethnic tensions, his office said, as threats grow of conflict between northern Muslims and southeastern Igbo people. The two groups have been trading barbs since the beginning of the month, after Muslim activists demanded the eviction of Igbo from the north over their […]

  • Russia: President Putin honors Moscow’s intelligence network

    Russia: President Putin honors Moscow’s intelligence network

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has honored the officers of his country’s intelligence network hailing them as “unique people.” “To give up their life, their nearest and dearest and leave the country for many years, and to dedicate one’s life to the Fatherland, not everyone is capable of doing that,” said Putin, who is himself a […]

  • Germany coach Joachim Low warns of ‘intense’ Cameroon’s threat

    Germany coach Joachim Low warns of ‘intense’ Cameroon’s threat

    Joachim Low has warned Germany that Cameroon are dangerous opponents as they look to secure a place in the Confederations Cup semifinals on today Sunday the 25th of June 2017. Germany needs just a point from the encounter in Sochi, but Cameroon can advance if they win by two clear goals. “Cameroon have nothing left […]

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