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The Truth About 20th May March in Bamenda: Young people were paid to march and Atanga Nji Paul Still Refuse To Acknowledge the Anglophone Problem

The celebration of May 20 in Bamenda was a simple drama. A plan of the Biya regime to restore its image in this neglected locality according to the anglophone opposition that boycotted the celebration of National Unity. 321 more words

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A woman manhandled in Bemenda after marching with the 'NO TO GHOST TOWN' T-shirt.(images)

Monday morning, images emerged from Bamenda showing men and women marching with white t-shirts labeled ‘No To Ghost Town’ allegedly voicing out their hatred for ghost towns that have been going on in the town and other parts of the NW and SW regions for months now. 111 more words

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Breathe ....not #bringbackourInternet

Breathe, breathe…I wish I could breathe.
The infant’s face crimped into morbid contortion by pending asphyxia
Breathe, the breath Adam received
The breath we all so very need, 94 more words

Satire

AFCON TROPHY MEETS GHOST TOWN IN BAMENDA

After the western region, the national convoy carrying the trophy of the African Cup of Nations (Gabon 2017) paraded into the North-West region on  Today Wednesday, February 22, 2017, to showcase the victory with the populations Bamenda.  67 more words

POLITICS

[Anglophone Crises]: EMPTY SCHOOLS AND FEW TAXIS AS 'GHOST TOWN' INTENSIFIES IN BAMENDA

According to our sources, reports says that the city of Bamenda continues to hold its ground strong during this ongoing strike
Yesterday, 20 February 2017, the city of Bamenda resumed its “Ghost Town” at full effect.  142 more words

POLITICS

AFCON TOUR TO RESUME TOMORROW FROM BAFOUSSAM-BAMENDA ETC

New reports from sources say that President Paul Biya finally accepts that AFCON trophy tour should resume in Cameroonian regions beginning with Bafoussam. The trophy has been in Capital City… 127 more words

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Nji Collins Gbah: The 17 Year Old Ngemba Geek Who Breaks Record As The First Ever African To Win Google Coding Challenge

The Internet Blackout in Anglophone regions couldn’t stop this 17-year-old coder to take part of the popular Google Coding Challenge. Nji asked his uncle for money to travel from Bamenda, where the government has shut down the internet due to unrest, to a French-speaking town of Bafoussam where the internet was available so he could take part in the challenge. 83 more words

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