• UN, EU and AU slam massacre of DR Congo police

    UN, EU and AU slam massacre of DR Congo police

    The UN, the Europe Union and the African Union expressed “grave concern” Tuesday over violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Kasai region including the reported killing of 39 police officers. The organizations “condemn this despicable act and express their condolences to the families of the victims,” they said, after Congolese national police accused […]

  • Scottish Parliament defies UK and backs independence referendum

    Scottish Parliament defies UK and backs independence referendum

    Scottish lawmakers have backed calls by Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for a second independence referendum to separate from the UK, just one day before London triggers two years of negotiations on withdrawing from the European Union. Lawmakers from the Green Party joined forces with members of the Scottish National Party to back Sturgeon’s controversial […]

  • Southern Cameroons Crisis: Fru Ndi and the SDF should go and go now

    Southern Cameroons Crisis: Fru Ndi and the SDF should go and go now

    The crisis in Southern Cameroons has finally exposed the SDF Chairman Ni John Fru Ndi as a collaborator and not an opposition to the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime. The SDF leadership held a National Executive Committee meeting in Yaoundé to demonstrate to their French donors that the party is against secession.  The barons of […]

  • French Cameroun politics: Arrest warrant for former Minister of Finance Lazare Essimi Menye

    French Cameroun politics: Arrest warrant for former Minister of Finance Lazare Essimi Menye

    The so-called Special Criminal Court in Yaoundé has finally issued an arrest warrant against Lazare Essimi Menye, former Minister of Finance and then Agriculture. The Francophone state prosecutor stated that Lazare Essimi Menye, former Cameroonian Minister of Finance and Agriculture, is under an international arrest warrant. He is charged with complicity in the misappropriation of […]

  • Southern Cameroon Crisis: Counting the cost

    Southern Cameroon Crisis: Counting the cost

    It is only five months since the unfortunate drama between the government and the Anglophone minority has been playing out and the adverse consequences are already far-reaching. When it all started, not many people thought it would last for more than a week, but five months after, the government is yet to reestablish its authority […]

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