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New Law Prescribes Heavy Jail Terms For Protesting Soldiers

Soldiers and other military personnel found guilty of acts of insubordination, including protest marches will henceforth receive heavy jail terms at the Military Tribunal. This is one of the main provisions of bill No. 1010/PJL/AN to lay down the code of military justice. Government tabled the draft law for scrutiny …

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I’ve Come To Continue From Where I Stopped-Hon. Wirba

Hon. Joseph Wirba, MP for Jakiri Constituency in the Northwest Region, surprisingly re-surfaced at the National Assembly on Wednesday June 21 and declared that he had come back to continue where he stopped in the struggle against the marginalisation of West Cameroon. Hon. Wirba, who had been on the run …

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Wirba Castigates House Speaker, Says He Is Back For His People

Hon Joseph Wirba, SDF Member of Parliament has chastised Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, speaker of Cameroon’s National Assembly for refusing to protect him. The SDF MP from Jakiri, who fled Cameroon following reported attempts by government to arrest him earlier this year, resurfaced in the National Assembly during a plenary session …

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I’m Back For The Same Purpose-Hon. Wirba

Hon Joseph Wirba, SDF MP who fled Cameroon following attempts by government to arrest him earlier this year has been resurfaced in the National Assembly. Hon Wirba was marked for arrest alongside many other influential Anglophones who are currently gnashing their teeth in the dungeons for speaking out against perceived injustices …

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Buea Mayor Says He Frustrated SDF Joining Anglophone Strike

“…we hatched and executed plans to frustrate the move of SDF Members of Parliament to stage a march [December 5] from the Molyko Omnisport Stadium to the Governor’s Office, which would have provoked untold consequences for the State.” These were the words of the Mayor of Buea, Patrick Ekema Esunge, …

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Niat, Cavaye Condemn SDF For May 20 Boycott

Marcel Niat Njifenji, Senate President has condemned the SDF for calling on other political parties and citizens at large to boycott this year’s edition of the National Day. The Senate president was speaking during the opening of the June session of parliament in Yaounde on June 8. He however praised …

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