Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
A plea from Cameroon Concord........
Thank you for reading our magazine, we have a plea to ask you our readers. Over the last two years, hits on our articles have been climbing, we have had an increase in clicks and also a broader reading audience on our social media channels.Our readers have been writing to us requestion for news updates from Cameroon/Southern Cameroons. We have as well been trying to give you the best we can, however, we are short of finances to recruit reporters to carry on independent and investigative journalism which takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. We are therefore pleading on you to support our efforts for this platform to be able to keep up the good work we are doing.
For as little as €1, you can support Cameroon Concord– and it only takes a minute. Thank you.
In an interview granted to a local newspaper, Le Jour, the lawyer reacted about the escalation of the crisis in the two English speaking Regions of the country.
Individuals are aggressed, raped and killed everyday in Japoma, a locality situated in the Douala III council, as radio Balafon reports from the Nation's economic capital.
After a heated trial of the Southern Cameroonians who have been in detention, some for over a year now, it has been decided that they will meet again tomorrow December 1st at the Yaounde military Tribunal.
The concerned, Paul Boule, has been stripped of his functions even though without suspension of his pension. This decision was taken on 24 November by the president.
The President of the Republic, Paul Biya, signed a series decrees on Friday, for the creation of some new professional institutions in the country.