One year after the Grand National Dialogue, it is difficult to blame those who believe that the glass that was half-full is now emptying. It is worth recalling, so that no one ignores it, that the organisation of the GDN was dictated by the crisis in the two regions of the North-West and the South-West and that it was about putting together a series of recommendations that could bring peace to these parts of our national territory. One year later, can we say that the goal has been achieved?
Cameroonians have been put on tenterhooks after the National President of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, CRM, Professor Maurice Kamto, tweeted, denouncing any succession ploy in Cameroon by Government. The tweet […]
By Njodzeka Danhatu The Cameroon People’s Party, CPP, has urged its supporters to massively come out for a nationwide peaceful protest, planned for Friday, February 15. The rally is aimed […]
By Njodzeka Danhatu Cameroon’s online community has reacted ‘negatively’ to President Biya’s message in which he called on the citizens of Cameroon to be patriotic, by not joining and relaying […]
By Njodzeka Danhatu The renowned lady and lawyer of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, Barrister Michelle Ndoki and a host of others, arrested on October 27 in Douala have been freed […]
By Andrew Nsoseka In its recent issue, of Monday October 15, 2018, The Post Newspaper has carried a cartoon of the Kamto Allegorical penalty, depicting the story and intrigues involved […]
By Danhatu Njodzeka The Government of Cameroon has refuted claims made by the Opposition Candidates Professor Maurice kamto that he won the Sunday October 7 presidential election. Talking to Reuters […]