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The director of radio broadcasting of the lone state-owned CRTV has issued a strong warning to one of his colleagues who has been away from work for about four months now.

Cameroon could be gradually moving towards a civil war as the unrest in the two English-speaking regions continues, according to International Crisis Group.

In a recent report, the organisation revealed that about 60 people died in May because of the crisis. This report followed an incident in the North West region several earlier in which more than 20 persons were shot dead by forces loyal to the government.


The director of radio broadcasting of the lone state-owned CRTV has issued a strong warning to one of his colleagues who has been away from work for about four months now.

Adolf Lele L'Afrique has banned the circulation of motorbikes temporarily in Bafut, North West region of Cameroon after some unidentified gunmen reportedly attacked teachers and destroyed vehicles in the area.

The governor's order does not affect motorcycles from military personnel, civil servants or authorized persons.

The Minister Territorial Administration came under serious criticism after revealing that he would get help from Mr Paul Biya before getting rid of a broken rock threatening to fall on some inhabitants of Yaounde.

He visited the site last week, where he made the statement.

The almost-falling rock is hanging at the edge of a hill in the Simbock neighborhood in the country's political capital.

President Paul Biya has ordered General Melingui to move back to Yaounde as the Anglophone crisis intensifies.

Melingui Nouma was the commander of the 21st Mechanised Infantry Division in Buea.

The move comes hours after gunshots are reportedly heard in Buea.

Colonel Djotsa has taken over.


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