Gerald Tapuka


Massive Influx Of Refugees Into Nigeria From Cameroon As Crises In The English-speaking Regions Escalates

The West African office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has disclosed that thousands of Cameroonian refugees have moved into Nigeria in recent days due to the ongoing crises rocking the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon. This was disclosed recently by the spokesperson for UNHCR’s West African […]


Over 100 Feared Dead In Cameroon After Security Officers Opened Fire On Protesters

It has been revealed that more than 100 persons were killed by security officers following protests in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon by members of pro-Southern Cameroons groups to proclaim the Independence of the country last Sunday, October 1, 2017. The revelation was made by the Central Africa Human Rights […]


Understanding The Niger Delta Conflict In Nigeria And The Anglophone Problem In Cameroon: A Comparative Approach

The Niger Delta conflict in Nigeria and the Anglophone problem in Cameroon have grown to be two comparable conflicts happening in neighbouring territories. For more than six decades, these two conflicts have evolved. Both Nigeria and Cameroon share their longest international border with each other, starting from the Atlantic coast […]


Educational Constraints Of The Boko Haram Conflict In Nigeria Resignation Of Over 70 Lecturers

The Boko Haram conflict, which was formally unleashed in 2009, has caused thousands of deaths and has hit educational establishments, especially in North-Eastern Nigeria, some parts of Northern Cameroon, Chad, and Niger where the group is active. The BBC  revealed that, between 2009 and the present day, at least 70 […]


Nowhere To Go For Ex-Guantanamo Detainees

Ghana’s highest judicial body, the Supreme Court has ruled that former Guantanamo detainees, who were resettled in the country, are no longer welcome. The court went on to further declare that former President John Mahamat, who welcomed these ex-detainees, acted unconstitutionally. This is because the President decided to singlehandedly open […]


Trump And Putin: The Commanders-In-Chief

The latest congregation of the most powerful nations of the world, which has been dubbed the G20, has rounded up in the German city of Hamburg with Heads of States and governments failing to convince America’s President Donald Trump to come back to the Paris Climate Change Agreement. However, attention […]


Mali’s National Dialogue Conference Recommends Dialogue With Jihadi Leaders

The National Dialogue Conference of Mali which ended April 2nd, 2017 recommends open dialogue as the only way forward for a sustainable and united Mali. The conference advised President of the Republic, Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, on the importance of open and sincere dialogue with armed groups including prominent Jihadi leaders […]


The Metamorphosis Of Conflicts Overtime: The Case Of The Anglophone Problem In Cameroon And The Boko Haram Conflict

Introducing the Conflicts For the past 8 years, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger have been battling with the effects of what began as a poorly handled minor disagreement. The disagreement mutated into the one bloodiest conflicts in the modern history of these 4 countries: the Boko Haram conflict. Just as Cameroon […]


Cameroonian Government Employs Genocidal Language And Tactics To Frustrate Strike Action In Anglophone Regions

After realizing with dismay the effectiveness of the strike action taken in anglophone Cameroon; despite the complete shutdown of internet services, and the abduction of leaders of the Anglophone Consortium by security operatives, the government and its proteges have resorted to the use of genocidal language and tactics, as a […]