Close to two years after the inaugural Cameroon Common Law Lawyers Conference in Bamenda, which called on the Government of Cameroon to respect the country's bicultural, bijural, and bilingual foundations, and to halt the "deliberate whittling away and replacement" (...)
By Edith Kah Walla A first person account by the leader of Cameroon People's Party (CPP) on what happened today, March 23, 2017, at the Yaounde Military Tribunal where human rights lawyer Felix Nkongho Abgo-Balla, University lecturer Dr. Neba (...)
By Dibussi Tande On December 23, 1992, the Bamenda High Court (in case No. HCB/19.CRM/92, Nyo Wakai and 172 others vs. the State of Cameroon) released 173 individuals who had been arrested during the state of emergency in the (...)
By Akere Muna* "The time has therefore come for our nation to put into place a new paradigm for the management of our cultural diversity. That is the price we must pay to find the true unity we seek and...
Dibussi Tande Thus, unable to force the government’s hand on the issue of a national conference, the opposition’s hope was that the tripartite conference could be transformed into a conference whose decisions on the access of political parties to (...)