Northwest Lawyers Reject Francophone Judges

From Cameroon Postline by Chris Mbunwe The Northwest Lawyers Association, NOWELA, has resolved not to allow Francophone Judges newly posted to the Region to make their submissions in French, a language which the Anglophone advocates and  …continue reading Cameroon’s North West lawyers reject Francophone judges Advertisements

Cameroon Vs France

France, Cameroun fight Over Captured French Boko Haram Fighters By Senator Iroegbu Abuja — Following the capture of eight French nationals who are members of the terror group Boko Haram, a diplomatic spat has ensued between France and Cameroun, which has insisted on trying the terror suspects. A top Nigerian intelligence source opened up to…

University of Buea

By Walter Wilson Nana The University of Buea, UB, at its 18th Convocation ceremony, March 22, graduated its best student ever. Ursulla Dulvine Njachen of the Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, passed out with a record-breaking Grade Point Average, GPA of 3.93 in the 20 years of UB existence. Dulvine Njache expressed happiness in…

Editorial on Cameroon

By Bernadette Awambeng & Nchang Petronilla Cameroon’s political institutions are experiencing an unprecedented U-turn in its democratic structure and representation, but for the constitutional council.  This tinny country south of the Sahara with an approximate of 15 million inhabitants are witnesses of recent unprecedented change from a leader none ever dreamt of. He is Paul B. Mvondo Biya born some…

SENATORIAL ELECTIONS IN CAMEROON

EDITORIAL As April 14, 2013 draws closer, much has been said about ELECAM and the supreme court impersonsting for the constitutional council and, much also forgotten about the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentralization (MINAT), the defacto ELECAM. The transcript of else while minister of MINAT Marafat Hamidou Yaya turned ‘Kondegui’ prolific writer and critic says…

A must listen Audio of two outstanding arrest in Cameroon

Former super minister of Interior in-charge of Prisons Marafat Yaya and EX Prime Minister Inoni Ephraim are behind bars at the Yaounde Maximum Security Prison of Kondegui on charges of corruption and attempted Murder of President Paul Biya and wife with affairs linked to the purchase of an outdated aircraft from Russia which almost norse…

Paul Biya Appoints new regional Governors

http://www.CameroonPostline.com Since his return from Geneva President Paul Biya has continued to sign decrees rolling the heads of some of his close collaborators. After sacking Directors of some public institutions, he on Wednesday signed a decree appointing regional governors, maintaining some and putting some on retirement: Below is the full list of Governors: South West:…

Report on Crashed Boeing 737-800 in Douala

A British report says Passengers of the Kenyian Boeing 737-800 that crashed just after take off at the Douala International Airport in Cameroon on the 5th of May 2007 were unaware plane was nosediving. Read more Here Courtesy of Metro, UK

Witchcraft Torture Couple Jailed For Life

A couple convicted of torturing and drowning a teenage boy they accused of being a witch have been jailed for life. Kristy Bamu suffered 130 injuries over days of torture before he was finally drowned in a bath. His sister Magalie, 29, has been given a minimum term of 25 years behind bars and her…

Corruption hits Cameroon’s university

__dwms(‘7655463/wp_2761’) By Divine Ntaryike Jr CameroonPostline.com — Across Cameroon, it is commonplace to encounter graduates from higher institutions of learning completely incompetent despite years spent in school to master subjects or acquire skills in particular trades. Frequently, accusing fingers have pointed in the direction of a discordant education-job market system, the “sexually transmitted marks” phenomenon…

Paul Biya too sick to come back home

Biya’s inability to make it home for the 11 February speech is ample evidence of his fragile health and a potential reality that Frank Biya is definitely on his way to succeed his father in a bloodless transfer of political dynasty. Small wonder that Cameroon is neither Tunisia, Egypt nor Lybia and France stands more…

Frank Biya set to succeed Paul Biya in Cameroon

With Sadi’s 36 years at the presidency brought to an end  after his appointment as Senior minister in-charge of territorial administration, and Amadou Ali’s reign at the super ministry of Justice brought to an end after a fine job in putting all Biya’s revivals in jail;  inside information reaching Freedom Magazine states that Paul Biya has just cleared…