Friday, February fourteenth, the   UN says at least 22 people have been killed in a village in the Northwest region of Cameroon. Over half of those killed were children. No one has claimed responsibility for Friday’s incident but the opposition parties blame the killing on the government.

Cameroon military seen molesting, torturing unarmed civilians from their homes

The war in Cameroon is aggravated, the international community is silent, the African Union is muted over this crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon.

Cameroon celebrate National Youth Day with Old government officials

Yesterday, February 11, Cameroonians celebrated the National Youth Day but ironically,  most of the government officials are seemingly not youthful.

Four dead as a section of Kumba District hospital was reduced to ashes

 A section of Kumba district hospital was ravaged by fire in the early hours of Monday leaving four people dead.

Severe clash between separatist group and military forces halt movement in Limbe

For some days now, Buea and Limbe have come under severe clash between the separatist group and the military. Limbe has had a ten days ghost town for the first time since the crises broke out in late 2016.

U.S. cuts military support to Cameroon

The crises in the English speaking regions in Cameroon has seen the inhabitants of these regions displaced in their thousands. As the Cameroon military tries to counteract the resisting separatist group, there have been reports of human rights violation on the part of the Cameroon military.

Cameroon: Kenyan Missionary Killed in Mamfe

After the killing of the US missionary in Bamenda, a Kenyan missionary, Cosmas Omboto Ondar of the Roman Catholic church has been killed at the entrance of his parish in Mamfe, Southwest region of Cameroon on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, at around 3 pm by the Cameroon military forces.

Some Hard Facts About Southern Cameroon Marginalization

Higher Teacher Training Clollege, Bamemda 1. Two *Higher Teachers Training Colleges* existed; Bamenda for Southern Cameroon and Yaoundé for French Cameroon. Surprisingly, Yaounde became Higher and Bamenda, an Annex. Today out of every 100 student teachers admitted in Bamenda, 80 are from French Cameroon. Tell me, who are they going to teach?