Muyuka(National Times)-The health sector in the two English-speaking Regions of Cameroon in the early hours of Sunday, March 31, 2019, was dealt another devastating blow, when the Muyuka District Hospital in Fako Division, South West Region went up in flames.
Limbe(National Times)-The news of the demise of the erstwhile Senior Divisional Officer (SDO) for Fako in the South West Region of Cameroon, Saturday, March 30, 2019, swept across the Division like a hurricane.
USA (National Times)-The quest for the restoration of the Southern Cameroons statehood took another decisive twist on Friday, March 29 to Sunday March 31, 2018, when leaders of the various movement fighting for the independence of Ambazonia converged on Washington DC, USA, and resolved to unit all liberation movements, groups and civil society organisations to give the independence struggle a new impetus and see it materialise.
In January this year, the National Times made an in-depth investigation into the Mile 4 water controversy. Then , our findings revealed that, gunmen believed to be separatists’ had blocked a reservoir at Wututu village that supplies water to homes. Then, the inhabitants said, the gunmen were accusing the community of lack of collaboration.
Limbe(National Times)-Common Law Lawyers have once more fired an epistolary missive to President Paul Biya, condemning in strong terms Government ploy to harmonise the Civil and Commercial Code.
In a strongly-worded memo to the Head of State, some prominent Common Law Advocates write: “We the Common Law Lawyers of Cameroon are vehemently protesting against the promulgation and applicability of the proposed Civil Law-inspired Civil and Commercial Code in the two English-speaking Regions of Cameroon where the Common Law is applicable.”
The National Times gleaned that, the choice of Chief Njie was worked out in the political capital of Yaounde. Chief Njie was only presented to the general assembly for approval as the choice of Fako Chiefs.
Buea(National Times)-A handful of women in the South West Regional capital Buea, Friday, March 8, 2019, defied the Ghost town lurking in the city, mustered courage and converged on the Buea Independence Square to commemorate the 34th International Women’s Day, which was predicated on the theme: “Crusade against Gender Inequality, Committing to a new Impetus.”
Following the decision, at least some 200students from the institution will be transferred to another Catholic institution within the same diocese; Christ The King College (CKC) Tiko. Here , there is relative peace. The concerned students will write the General Certificate of Education (GCE) 2019 session in TiKo.
When The National Times visited the scene, the slain youngster lay lifeless. He is dressed in a pair of jeans trouser and wore a set of tennis shoes. A black wrapping and a set of slippers was found bedsides the corpse.
On the same issue, the District Medical Officer of the Limbe health district communicated to the public that, “following weekly reports on disease surveillance after a meeting with the directors of the three main hospitals this morning (Thursday February 28) and also contacts made with the chiefs of health Areas, we have not receive any report that can point in that direction”.
Tata said, she trained in Nkongsamba, Littoral Region. Going by her, the best way to win such a difficult race is to train for long distances.
Unlike the over 500 athletes earlier expected for the event, reports indicate that, only about some 300 athletes finally answered present. There is equally the noticeable drop in the number of foreign athletes at the event.