Gerald Tapuka

Heads Of AU, Commonwealth And La Francophonie Jointly Visit Cameroon To Seek Solutions To Anglophone Conflict

The Chairman of the African Union Commission (AU) and the Secretaries-General of the Commonwealth of Nations and La Francophonie have jointly visited Cameroon in a bid to assist the government in managing the three-year long war in the Anglophone regions of the country. Speaking shortly after a visit to the […]

Cameroon, In search Of Peace Without Key Participants At Dialogue Table

A Major National Dialogue is underway in Cameroon’s political capital, Yaoundé, aimed at resolving the three-year conflict in the Anglophone regions of the country. The dialogue, which opened on Monday, 30 September, saw the absence of key political players from the Anglophone community, especially separatist fighters. Opening the meeting, Cameroon’s […]

Boko Haram And A Decade Of War Without End

For ten years the Islamic extremist group popularly known as Boko Haram has been waging a ferocious war against Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and Niger. A war which started in the North Eastern Nigerian state of Borno in 2009 has expanded to Northern Cameroon, Southern Chad and Niger over the past […]

Sudan’s Military Council In The Dilemma Of Martial Dictatorship And New Generation Democracy

For about three months now, one of Africa’s biggest countries, Sudan has been in turmoil with regular protests organized by opposition groups demanding political changes after the three-decade rule of Omar Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir. First were overwhelming mass protests in the streets of Khartoum, the country’s capital and other towns […]

Top Nigerian Actress Pleads For International intervention In Cameroon Conflict

Renowned Nigerian actress Stella Damasus has, in a tearful online plea, urged the international community to intervene in the conflict raging in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon in order to save the lives and properties being destroyed daily. “I wonder why this Cameroon issue does not have the kind of […]

Cameroon Celebrates 47th National Unity Day In Blood And Violence

The West African nation of Cameroon has once again celebrated its National Unity Day on 20 May 2019 amidst violence and bloodshed in some areas of the country. A conflict of language, culture, and resources, especially in the English speaking regions, is tearing the country apart. The celebrations organized for […]

In Africa More Regimes Are Changing Through People-Power Than Ballot Boxes Because Social Contract Has Been Broken, Expert Says

An expert in Governance and Democracy has argued that there is more regime change through people-power than the ballot box in Africa, because the social contract between the governors and the governed has been broken and the people feel that the only way to take back their power is through […]

Will Trump’s African Liaison Help Solve Cameroon’s Unending Conflicts? 1

There is great expectation among Cameroonians for a solution to its numerous conflicts, especially that orchestrating in the Anglophone regions as the United States Assistant Secretary of State in charge of African Affairs, Nagy Tibor, arrives the country on March 17th for a two-day official visit. According to the State […]

Four Die As Major Hospital Is Burnt In Cameroon War

Four people are reported to have been killed as a major hospital in Kumba, a city in the Southwest region of Cameroon, was burnt down almost completely by unknown attackers in the early hours of Monday, 11 February 2019. The fire, which started around 1:00 am, consumed the male surgical […]

Ivorian Government Urges Gbagbo To Play The Role Of ‘Mandela’ In The Healing Process

Members of the Ivorian government have reacted to the decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to release ex-President, Laurent Koudou Gbagbo by calling on the former statesman to play the role Nelson Mandela played in South Africa when he left prison in 1990. While meeting in an emergency meeting […]