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Anglophone crisis: Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and 46 others under detention are doing well and enjoying their rights. Says Issa Tchiroma

Cameroon’s information minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary has told RFI that a group of Cameroonian separatists arrested in Nigeria and transferred to Cameroon involving Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and 46 others under detention are doing well, enjoying their rights and are being treated in accordance with the law.

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Abgor Balla condemns armed kidnapping and calls for the immediate release of Justice Mbeng Martin

Barrister Agbor Balla Nkongho has issued a statement condemning the kidnapping of justice Mbeng martin and calls for his immediate release.

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Best cities in Cameroon you will be compelled to know of

Mastering the best cities in Cameroon in terms of popularity is quite important. Tourist literature describes Cameroon as Africa in miniature meaning it offers all the diversity of Africa – in climate, culture, and geography.

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Fears government may institute death penalty for hate speech in Nigeria

A newly proposed bill which stipulates death penalty for hate speech has triggered fears as it may undermine freedom of expression in Africa’s largest democracy.

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Anglophone crisis: Separatists say no more Dialogue but negotiation. why?

Separatists in the Anglophone struggle say no more dialogue now but negotiation is possible. What is the political implication of this statement? The Anglophone struggle has morphed from stage to sage since the 1990s to present.

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Why Barrister Agbor Balla was refused Punchline Africa TV interview

Barrister Felix Nkongho Agbor Balla founder and Executive Director of Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa is once again on the table of character assassination, public judgment and general suspicion on his role in the ongoing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.

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Separatist Conflict Halts Cameroon-Nigeria Business – VOA

Separatist violence in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon along the border with Nigeria have completely stalled trade between the two countries. Buses no longer ply the Bamenda-Enugu road corridor as attacks and kidnappings continue.

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Muhammadu Buhari pledges amnesty for repentant Boko Haram members: weakness or diplomacy?

During the ceremony to receive 107 schoolgirls and two primary school pupils from Dapchi, Yobe State, at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on the 23rd of March 2018, Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari pledged to grant amnesty to repentant insurgent members of the Boko Haram sect.

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Afrobeat: Nigeria vs Cameroon

In general terms, contemporary African popular music is referred to as “Afropop”. Afropop does not refer to any specific style of sound and rhythm. Most contemporary genres of African popular music build on cross-pollination with western popular music. Among African popular music such as blues, jazz, salsa, zouk, rumba, and makossa is the trending genre “Afrobeat”

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Cameroon Anglophone crisis: Guerrilla Warfare now the only option?

  The English speaking part of Cameroon now christened the Federal Republic of Ambazonia has opted for what seems to be generally acclaimed workable to achieve set objectives – Guerilla warfare. This unconventional warfare was widely propagated by one of separatist’s political activist and social media influencer Mark Bareta in late 2017.

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