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Cameroon: ‘Perspective of Growing Chaos’ – Bishop Abraham Kome.

There has been a tense political atmosphere in Cameroon after President Paul Biya announced the first Regional Elections scheduled to take place on December 6 in the Central African nation, according to a local media report September 7. Regional elections in Cameroon are provided for in the 1996 Constitution but have never taken place. The anticipated…

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Cameroon: No End in Sight to the Conflict

There is no end in sight to the crisis in Cameroon’s North-West and South-West regions despite initial ceasefire talks with rebels seeking independence from the government in Yaoundé. The Cameroonian government launched secret talks with jailed Anglophone leader Ayuk Tabe and nine others at the beginning of July in an effort to negotiate a ceasefire…

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Bamenda, Cameroon: Priestly Ordination of Fr Emmanuel Abonge Ngeh MHM

Despite the somber mood of the ongoing social political tension and the  rise of coronavirus cases in the Bamenda area, the ordination of  Fr Emmanuel Abonge Ngeh mhm on August 12th, 2020, was a beautiful occasion that brought joy to many, especially the Mill Hill family in Camerooon. Emmanuel was ordained  by Archbishop Andrew Nkea, at…

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Cameroon: Faith Leaders Endorse Reconstruction Plan for Anglophone Regions

Christian and Muslim leaders met with officials of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Aug. 5, where they supported a $160 million recovery and reconstruction plan. Noting that the peoples of the two Anglophone regions were now facing a double jeopardy – the separatist insurgency and the COVID-19 pandemic – the religious leaders said…