Cameroonian musicians have come under widespread criticism for failing to unite forces and use the power of the talent to contribute to the peace process in the restive Northwest and Southwest regions.
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
An explosion in Buea’s student residential neighbourhood, Molyko, beside Total fuel station, in the night of Wednesday, November 11, caused commotion, injured many persons and left several cars, within the range of the explosion, with shattered windscreens and glasses.
In a release dated November 6, the U.S diplomat said the Cameroonian diaspora in the United States can and must play a critical key role to end the violence in Cameroon.
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.
Angered by the cruel manner in which children were slaughtered on the altar of education, many Cameroonians failed to ask the basic questions about what really happened at the Mother Francisca International Bilingual Academy Fiango- Kumba, on October 24.
The city of Kumba was near standstill on Thursday, as hundreds of mourners trooped to the Amusement Park to pay last respects to the seven caskets that were lined up at the funeral ground, images of the seven children, described as martyrs, were displayed before each coffin.
The Italian Federation for Human Rights, FIDU, has asked the United Nations, UN, to impose travel restrictions on some Cameroon Government officials.
A Non-governmental organisation, Women in Alternative Action, WAA Cameroon, on October 22, organised a one-day capacity building workshop with traditional and religious leaders in the Southwest region, to help open an inter-religious and inter-cultural dialogue on peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
Lawyers defending Kingsley Njoka Fomonyuy say the Government is consistently lying and misleading public opinion about the circumstances that led to the ‘abduction’ and incarceration of their client, as well as the death of Samuel Ajieka Abuwe aka Samuel Wazizi