Cameroon's Anglophone Crisis Calls for Strong Measures

In order to prevent the outbreak of an armed uprising, government must go beyond superficial measures by urgently implementing key reforms and pursuing inclusive, high-level dialogue mediated by the UN or African Union, reports International Crisis Group.



President Paul Biya of Cameroon

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    Cameroon Tribune, 17 October 2017

    It outlines tasks and costing methodology for every road mending contract. Read more »

  • Cameroon:   Take It to the End

    Cameroon Tribune, 17 October 2017

    The new bridge over River Wouri in Douala the gateway to and out of the city for travelers to and from the South West, North West and West Regions has been opened to traffic. It is… Read more »

  • Cameroon:  How Yaounde is Stifling Freedom

    allAfrica, 20 October 2017

    The regime in Yaounde has a simple way of making sure citizens toe the line. Rights provided for in the constitution is simply for reading pleasure. It is meant to please the… Read more »

  • Cameroon:  Integrating All Positive Ideas

    Cameroon Tribune, 23 October 2017

    The week-long consultations led by Prime Minister, Head of Government, Philemon Yang in the North West Region and in the South West Region by former Prime Minister, Peter Mafany… Read more »

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