Author: Gerald Tapuka

Amidst Boycott, Violence In Cameroon Election, AU, Catholic Church, Others Call For Political Breakthrough

Following the February 9 Municipal and Legislative elections, an avalanche of calls for a political breakthrough in Cameroon has been downloaded from several national and international bodies including the African Union (AU), Human Rights Watch (HRW), the Roman Catholic Church as well as a host of other rights-focused institutions. According

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Religious Groups Get Involved To Safeguard The Election In Cameroon

As Cameroonians take to the polls on February 9th, 2020, in the most hotly contested electoral process of recent times, most religious groups and missions have fine-tuned strategies to support and maintain the electoral integrity process. While Muslim leaders have been organizing regular Friday prayers to invoke Allah’s intervention in

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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

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Cameroon Military Court Sentences Anglophone Separatist Leaders To Life Imprisonment

In Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé, a military court has sentenced ten Anglophone separatist leaders to life imprisonment after an overnight court session, which started on Monday, August 19 and ended in the early hours of Tuesday, August 20. The ten, including the self-declared President of Ambazonia Republic, which encompasses Anglophone territories

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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

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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

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The Secular Pope Ends His Papal Voyage On Earth

On Thursday September 13, world leaders gathered in the Ghanaian city of Accra to bid farewell to a man affectionately described as the Secular Pope of the world. Kofi Atta Annan who died on August 18 has become a model for African youths in general and Ghanaian youths in particular,

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