Category: Opinion

Presbyterian Church Cameroon: Where is the Promised Change?

Shortly after assuming office in 2015, the leadership of the church embarked on a cruise for a total transformation and overhauling of the house with the tag of transformation.

Editorial: Anglophone Crisis: And they have a President ! Of what ? Southern Cameroons!

Apart from if they succeed in “surprising me”, i doubt immensely on a change in the fragile communications strategy relying predominantly on social media posts, updates and alerts. That’s certainly the only way through which this new interim President might rule.

Editorial: Cameroon News Today, The Deal Is Big!

It’s quite a big deal coming up with such a platform which seeks to inform a wide range of people, spread across the globe on issues which concern and affect their nation Cameroon.

Why The Anglophone Struggle Might Fail

It’s been close to five months today the anglophone region of the country raised a series of issues touching the […]

Africans For Africa In Africa With The African Union

 Africa has through out the years been struggling to address development issues, pushed by an ambition to raise the African […]

Opinion: “Cameroon’s Communication Council Should Sanction CRTV.” Boh Elvis

The International Journalist wonders why the NCC has not delivered sanction following Adele Mballa’s Mess as she anchored an evening edition of the CRTV News