Reactions Confounded as Fru Ndi Calls For...

There are mixed up reactions as National Chairman John Fru Ndi requested for an emergency conference of the members of the National Executive Committee of the SDF (Social Democratic Front) on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at his residence in Bamenda. The meeting will begin at 9:00 in the morning. The agenda has not been disclosed […]

Cavaye Yegye Djibril: Green Cameroon, one woman...

Cavaye Yegye Djibril: Green Cameroon, one woman...

Cavaye Yegye Djibril: Green Cameroon, one woman one tree. The North West regional tour of a delegation of MPs who are on a reforestation campaign known as “Green Cameroon, one woman one tree” has ended in Batibo.

Addressing the population of Batibo today, the Speaker of the National Assembly and leader of the delegation, Cavaye Yegye Djibril stressed the need to plant trees for the benefit of the environment and future generations.

Cameroon Presidential Election – Commonwealth, Francophonie Observers...

Cameroon Presidential Election – Commonwealth, Francophonie Observers...

Cameroon Presidential Election – Commonwealth, Francophonie Observers Commend Peace in Cameroon’s Election. International Observers who monitored the October 9, 2011 presidential election in Cameroon in which 23 candidates contested, are generally satisfied with the conduct of the election.

Higher Education: Pioneer Vice Chancellor of Cameroon’s...

Higher Education: Pioneer Vice Chancellor of Cameroon’s...

Higher Education: Pioneer Vice Chancellor of Cameroon’s Bamenda University Takes Office. The Bamenda University, the second Anglo-saxon State university in Cameroon after the University of Buea, will soon functional well with the commissioning of its pioneer Vice Chancellor, Professor Tafah Edocat Edward and the Pro Chancellor, Professor Mvogo Dominique.

ELECAM Publishes List Of 21 Candidates Qualified...

ELECAM Publishes List Of 21 Candidates Qualified...

ELECAM – 21 Candidates Qualify For Cameroon’s Presidential Election. The Electoral Board of Elections Cameroon (ELECAM), the independent body to henceforth govern all electoral operations and referenda in Cameroon, has published the list of 21 candidates qualified to run for the October 9, 2011 presidential election.