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Anglophone crisis: Government crowd sourcing resources for possible negotiation

Following persistent calls from the national and international community for the government of Cameroon to call for a needed dialogue or negotiation to end the protractive Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, the powers that be have been rather slow or adamant to succumb.

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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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Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, President, IG of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia and nine others have been arrested

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, President, Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia together with nine (9) members of his government were arrested at 19:30 PM yesterday Friday, January 5, 2018, at Nera hotel Abuja. According to, heavily armed men from CameroUn may have compromised security checkpoints from Abuja to the Cameroons.

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Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: English speaking Cameroonians are refugees in Nigeria and not migrants.

Being a blogger in Cameroon during this period of socio-political turmoil one’s ears are bound to hear soft, hot and controversial debates on the media, arguments, and discussions in quarters, on the streets and press stands concerning the state of affairs in the country.

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Anglophone crisis: Fako Lawyers Association (FAKLA) sues the Attorney General of South West Region for the Travesty of Justice

The Fako Lawyers Association (FAKLA) under its president Barrister Felix Agbor Balla has sued the Procureur General (Attorney General) of the south-west region for the Travesty of justice over some destinies related to the Anglophone crisis.

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Anglophone crisis: An idea cannot be killed with physical weapons, Apostle Julius Ekie Laments

After Apostle John Chi gave a coded prophecy concerning the Anglophone crisis and the fate of Cameroon, another renowned man of God, senior Apostle Julius Ekie breaks the Pentecostal silence with untold revelations and declaration about the ongoing crisis. It is worthy to note that this same man of God is noted for his radical and undiluted scriptural decoding both national and international.

According to our findings, the ordained Bishop has been nicknamed the voice of audacity as he always takes to his apostolic office to call state officials in Yaoundé to order reason why his style of leadership and ministry has attracted even statesmen, to submit under his spiritual tutorship.

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Anglophone crisis: who is blocking the Southern Cameroons Governing Council’s agenda?

It had seemed very obvious that not only the two English speaking parts of Cameroon but Cameroon, in general, has been taken hostage by pro restoration activists abroad operating under the banner southern Cameroon Ambazonia consortium united front (SCACUF).

This was affirmed by a controversial university Don Ben Aki who took to his Facebook page to decry that SCACUF had successfully and technically neutralized and weakened all opposition parties in Cameroon and has now imposed itself as the main opposition party to the ruling Regime.

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Anglophone crisis: The spirit behind the struggle, 3 things you did not know

Many are surprised by the way things have turned around for this struggle. Reason being that many still do not want to accept the fact that the word change cannot be changed in its self.

As a critical observer, I have been following the unfolding of events since October 2016 when lawyers took to the streets in protest against what they called government’s intentional technical eradication of their cherished common law system and the subsequent follow-up by teachers in November to protest against government’s pollution of the Anglo-Saxon education system with French.

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Anglophone crisis: A french speaker threatens “Bamenda” after explosive wounds three police officers.

Eye witness account says the locally made  explosive was carefully planted on police patrol path and subsequently went off Thursday September 21, 2017, leaving Three Police officers wounded and a Starlet spot vehicle destroyed at hospital roundabout in Bamenda.

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