Southwest DDR Centre Admits 11 Fresh ‘Ex-Amba Fighters’

Some 11 men were, Wednesday, November 18, at the Southwest Governor’s Office, presented by authorities as Amba fighters who have dropped their guns.
They were presented to the media alongside guns and other weapons like locally fabricated explosives used in fighting

Mass Arrests In Buea: A Well Fashioned Military Extortion Machinery

Whether accused of a crime or not, mass arrest victims are treated the same way; under the guise of fishing out Separatist fighters. Many locals, especially those who cannot afford the bribe, or who refuse to bribe their way out, end up behind bars in police and gendarmerie stations.

JMC Department Infuses Peace Journalism Tenets In Students

In a bid to change the narratives, cause a paradigm shift, and make the media a vector of peace, the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, JMC, of the University of Buea, UB, at the behest of the Head of Department, Dr. Kingsley Ngange, recently organised a Guest Talk on the theme: The Place of Peace in Crisis Situations.

JADE Drills Journalists, Jurists, Security Officers On Human Rights

The workshop was themed on looking at the type of synergies to develop between all the actors for the better promotion of press freedom and human rights in Cameroon. With skilled facilitators and resource persons, the participants were drilled on various international and national Human Rights instruments, which serve as guides on that Human Rights are all about.

Nestlé Cameroun Commits To Providing Healthy, Affordable, Sustainable Food

On the special day intended to celebrate man’s desire and assessing man’s efforts to conquer hunger through food security, Nestlé, announced that through its Nestlé Cares Programme, the company will offer food to help more than 700 underprivileged children in Cameroon and Gabon to enable them grow healthily.

Donga Matung Scholarship Fund Assists Meritorious Students, Schools

The Donga Mantung Scholarship Fund, a brainchild of Dr. Fuh Calistus, has boosted back to school campaigns and academic excellence, with scholarships worth over 18 million to meritorious students who succeeded in their end of course examinations. Didactic schools materials and anti-COVID-19 kits have also been handed to schools, to boost education in Donga Mantung Division.