The 23rd is a day Anglophone Cameroonians will never forget. SDF MPs say nothing will go on in the House of Assembly untill the Anglophone Crisis which is presently in its acute phase is put on the table as priority for discussion.
Watch the details of what transpired at the House of Assembly in the video below:
Wonders shall never cease to end in Douala. The rains of yesterday in the economic capital of the country didn’t just come and go without a trace; the thunder that came with it stroke 21 students of the Government Bilingual High School Bepanda. The students were rushed to the Achah Clinic where they are currently receiving medical attention. Get this and more stories in this episode of the news.
In this Radio interview granted by Amadou Ahidjo pioneer President of the Republic of Cameroon to a French Journalist Jacques Chancel, the former President made it very clear the challenges involved in reunification of both Cameroons. He points out how delicate it was to govern the two states.
Take a listen to his prophetic messages:
In a strange release which has become viral on social media, the Divisional Officer for Elak Oku in the North West Region of Cameroon has warned all the civil servants in his jurisdiction that a crackdown will be carried out to identify all those who did not take part in the celebration of almighty President Biya’s 35 years in power and appropriate measures to be taken against them.