Biya Contradicts Himself Yet Again- Ayah Paul Abine

Two months ago, on September 10, 2019, or thereabouts, President Biya denied there had been any marginalisation of Anglophones: “prétendue (unsubstantiated/unproven) marginalisation”. Today (November 12) in Paris, however, Mr. President […]

The World Must Not Sleep-Walk Into Another Debt Crisis-Commonwealth Secretary-General

By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General Trade wars, protectionism, and nationalist rhetoric are combining to weave the possibility of a nightmare debt crisis that could be worse than any previously experienced. […]

Drivers Of Violent Extremism In Cameroon

By Akem Kelvin Nkwain Extremism can be referred to as the adoption of a particular ideology with the intention to use violence to remove the state or ruling structure and […]

Change Would Come From The Streets-Godden Zama’s Tribute To Mancho & Co.

Change would come from the Streets, never from those who called you terrorists or badly brought up kids, today the same people who rained insults on you are asking for […]

Abouem à Tchoyi’s Proposed Solution To Anglophone Crisis

David Abouem à Tchoyi is a proven statesman, co nsidering his attitude towards issues of national interest. Shortly after the Anglophone Crisis escalated, Abouem à Tchoyi wrote a memo proposing […]

‘GOT IT ALL WRONG’, Ayah Explains Inclusive Dialogue To Biya Regime

A lot of wrong things were said on a private Camerounese television station this afternoon, May 26, 2019. One of such things was the adulterated interpretation of the phrase INCLUSIVE […]