Crtv propaganda went wrong

Crtv fear for being left behind by a bold Camerounese private press has reluctantly joined the debate

Ghost town continues

Southern Cameroons The North West and South West regions stand tall together. We cannot be fooled again. We shall resist until the last person.        

October 1, 2015

SCNC/SCYL UK were at No. 10 Downing Street, London, 1st October 2015

Cameroon & the death penalty

Today is October 1 and Southern Cameroonians across the Diaspora and in the Southern Cameroons will be in action against a brutal regime. In the Southern Cameroons, this year’s event comes in the backdrop of the New terrorism law whose only purpose is to silence dissent and curtail fundamental Freedoms of free speech, assembly, expression and…

When Cameroun rewards torturers

By Lucas Cho Ayaba In the last few months, Biya has promoted the three officers in Bamenda who kidnapped and tortured Numvi Walters, Nche Clovis, Nkongso Stephen and Andrew Tabufor. These men were rewarded like other notorious criminals who have inflicted pain on our people for their brutality and ultra vires actions in the discharge…

Africa and Change

By Julius Che & Secunda Bih Nigeria President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has followed in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela of South Africa and President John Kufuor of Ghana to make Africa proud. Not because anyone expected him to rig elections or contest its outcome, but because he made it possible by creating strong democratic institutions…

Cameroon and Boko Haram

“We know Boko Haram is recruiting [youth] in Cameroon,” said Colonel Joseph Nouma of the Maroua Defense Regiment, speaking from the capital city of the Far North. “When you go to border villages, all you see are women and children and old people. Young [men], between the ages of 10 and 45 are no longer…

Victim or Guilty

By Liesl Louw-Vaudran It was a case that could have shed light on a painful episode in the history of Côte d’Ivoire and permitted the country to find closure, if only partly, following the post-electoral violence of 2010 and 2011. Instead, the trial of former first lady Simone Gbagbo and her 82 co-accused has provoked…

10 years on Bsc Maths course

By Amaka Abayomi, http://www.allafrica.com Ten year old Esther Okade, one of UK’s youngest students from Nigeria, has been accepted to start her maths degree at the Open University. Esther, who enrolled three weeks ago, is already top of her class, scoring 100 per cent in a recent test. Esther’s mother, Efe, said the process of…

Nigeria plots the capture of Abubaka Shekau

From all Africa By Ibanga Isine Following successes recorded in the war against Boko Haram in Nigeria’s North-East zone, the Armed Forces have intensified efforts to capture alive, the leader of the insurgent group, Abubakar Shekau …continue reading Nigerian plot to capture the leader of Boko Haram

February 11 Is Plebiscite, Not Youth Day

One of Cameroon’s celebrated Historians and Political Analyst, Dr. Willibroad Dze-Ngwa, has stated that the celebration of February 11 as the National Youth Day in Cameroon smacks of a vicious attempt to distort historical facts. In an exclusive interview granted The Post in Yaounde on January 10, the varsity don called on the authorities to…