Entries by Asonganyi Nester

Election deferral bill smuggled into parliament after statutory deadline

The draft bill to initiate postponement of House of Assembly and Municipal elections statutorily due this year has finally reached the House of Assembly after it fuelled speculations and debates among Cameroonians and on the social media. Tabled to the National Assembly for deliberation and eventual enactment into law five days behind statutory deadline, the […]

Who rules the roost? ‘Amba’ or army?

“Even though I was scared stiff, my journalistic instincts remained alert. At least, I was able to establish that there were 10 of them. They brandished sophisticated guns, which nozzles they trained tauntingly at us. One of them said: ‘this car has a CE registration number, so it must be from Yaounde. You are the […]

Unknown assailants disrupt examination exercise

In defiance of security measures purported to have been in place to ensure hitch-free writing of this year’s General Certificate of Education, GCE gunmen suspected to be members of the ‘Ambazonian’ Defence Forces, ADF, reportedly attacked the campus of GHS Nkamalikum that played host to students writing the recently concluded GCE examination. Testimonies from the […]

Governor asks refugees to come out of forests

Feigning indifference to the persistence of turmoil emanating from the current crisis pitting Southern Cameroonian separatists against the Biya regime, Southwest Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai has declared that his Region is under control even as he acknowledged what he terms manageable disturbances that call for collaboration from the entire population to put an end to […]

Meme parents unfazed by schools booklist olive branch

Government olive branch to aggrieved parents who had been writhing under the pains of exorbitant demands from the Ministries of Basic and Secondary Education through nebulous textbook prescription which has now been mitigated following Wednesday June 13, 2018 pronouncement of a more friendly policy effective from 2018/2019 academic year by the National Council for the […]

2,000 pupils write FSLC in Meme

Government fight against schools boycott in the Northwest and Southwest Regions as evinced by Ambazonia separatists, seems to have yielded some dividends, causing in its wake, an announcement by the Meme Delegation for Basic Education to the effect that over 2,179 candidates have written the First School Leaving Certificate, FSLC examination for 2018. Delegate Sabas […]

Muea gets own ‘dose’ of kidnappings

Late Chief Molinge David, of Muea, with the philosophy and dignity he exuded, could not have imagined his beloved chiefdom, Muea in total pandemonium, gripped with fear triggered by military invasion, road blocks, kidnapping and looting, gun shots that have turned it into a breeding ground for refugees. Peace has eluded Muea in recent times […]

Rampaging military destroying lives, property

Consciences have been hardened, defiled by the warring factions. The ruling class is, by and large, hell bent on ensuring that coercive state authority triumphs over good governance, political reality and compromise. “Diaspora separatists” look to have vowed that “their people” will die on their feet rather than live on their knees. Foreign interests appear […]

Cop threatens journalist with death

As the Anglophone problem is escalating by the day with a high number of deaths registered, abductions on the rise and violation of human rights and dignity, the threat on the persons and lives of Anglophone journalists especially, those of the private media is now an issue faced by the few who dare to write […]