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Anglophone crisis: CAMCCUL deputy DG puts smile on faces of displaced credit union members



About fifty internally displaced Credit Union members fleeing the conflict in Anglophone Cameroon over the weekend received some humanitarian support from the Assistant General Manager of CamCCUL, Mr Awah Richard Ndoh.

The support comprised of bags of rice, cartons of soap amongst others.
This is under a project called Financial Inclusion for internally displaced credit union members in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon.

The project is initiated by Mr Awah Richard Ndoh, a Credit Union Development Education Program benefactor and supported by the Cameroon Cooperative Credit Union League (CamCCUL) LTD, Tadkon Cooperative Credit Union Ltd, Chomba Cooperative Credit Union and Action Foundation Common initiative group (AFCIG)

The event took place on the sidelines of the 2018 annual general meeting of the Tadkon cooperative Credit union in Bamenda.

Speaking to Tebopost, one of the recipients of the gifts, Ajara Safiato narrates her ordeal “they came and attacked us, burnt our house and kidnap my husband….so I have nowhere to go to and I am now stranded”

The lady who flee for safety from the village of Acha is one of the many who have been affected by the ravaging Anglophone crisis in the North West and South West regions of the country for three years now
On his part, Mr Tenong Lawrence, another internally displaced from Batibo appreciated the gesture and called for the powers that be to do everything to end the crisis.

Speaking to TeboPost, the President of Tadkon Cooperative Credit Union expresses gratitude to CamCUL and its Assistant General Manager for putting smiles on the faces of their displaced members with such a laudable initiative.

On his part, the initiator of the project Mr Awahh Richard said the purpose of the project is to:\

a. Identify and provide humanitarian assistance to internally displaced Credit Union members in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon;
b. Empower Internally displaced Credit Union members through livelihood trainings (Fashion design, make-up, hair dressing, carpentry, callbox operations amongst others)

c. Educate Credit Union staff on strategies on providing financial services in Conflict areas;

d. Provide basic accommodation to Internally displaced person through a peer to peer recommendation system, and

e. Sensitize youths on peace building and alternatinve income generating activities.

For more inquiries about the project, kindly visit the CamCCUL head office situated at Azire New Church Road, Bamenda.

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Lebialem: military employ Amba tactics



Soldiers are now blocking roads in M’muock Fosimondi and demanding money from commuters, Mimi Mefor reprted

“I am writing to you from M’muock Fosimondi in the Lebialem Division. I have been hearing of the Amba boys blocking roads as defensive tactic but now in our area, it is the military that are doing so,” the local says.

The concerned local adds that: “There are two roads one can use to enter or exit the village to the nearby town of Dschang, one which passes through the Military post. There, the military block the other entry because they want all bikes and vehicles to pass through their post where they will forcefully collect the sum of FCFA 2,000 to FCFA10, 000 from each driver. Nobody have a voice because once you say a word, you’re an Amba boy.”

Lebialem is one of the hardest hit areas of the Anglophone crisis. Armed civilian  groups known as Red dragons under the command of Ambazonian field marshal controls most parts of the division, forcing local administrators to operate from neighboring Dschang in the west region of the country which borders the division

The red Dragons are seen as one of the most potent ground fighters in the two English speaking regions of the country.


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[Must Read] Abdul Karim weeps for Southern Cameroon in a tear-dropping letter



In an open letter addressed to SOUTHERN Cameroonians, Muslim scholar and government critic Abdul Karim weeps for the fate of the revolution, calls on its leaders to be more united against a common enemy and to shun hate, backstabbing and infighting amongst their ranks

he writes

Dear Southern Cameroonians, We have grappled the enemy hard and well; scored points beyond count. Yet ego, pride, hate, and greed are ripping us off our spoils of war; of our victory and gains.

Contemporary, we fight ourselves. We have created a circle of hate and dwell therein. We threaten ourselves with criminal charges, we tell lies about ourselves to the public, we sabotage genuine efforts, blackmail our very selves, we expose ourselves ruthlessly and shamelessly? come on!
—–How could a #Catholic Christian rejoice upon the demise of a #Protestant? (Is Jesus Christ not the center of belief?——
In the same light, Southern Cameroons should shield our hate and guard our tongues/modesty. I may disagree with one of us but my personal perception(s) about that individual should not overshadow the common position(liberation of Fatherland).

Note! Hate does the following to you.
1. Add your difficulties
2. Multiply your problems
3. Subtract your energy
4. Divide your effectivity.

please tell me who can thrive with those four in play? Remember hate and ego do more harm to the vessel that carries them than to the object on which they are being poured.

My candid advice: Please be careful what you do unto others. I think the Gospel according to Matthew captures it well;
“Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, `Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye”. -Matthew 7:1-5

Instead of the above horrible and ugly demeanor, we should focus on prepping for the inevitable negotiations with LRC. We need one another more than ever.

Dear comrades,
The winner is not just the one who has truth or one who makes the case. The winner is necessarily one who is both competent and have the ability to negotiate. Negotiation is the use of INFORMATION and POWER respectively to affect behavior within a “web of tension”. Please, let’s all think about this broad definition by Herb Cohen and realize how bad we are doing.

Quit hating ourselves Southern Cameroonians. What the hell is wrong with us? Na Curse?

Abdulkarim Ali.

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UB to move graduation date as Ekema burial program takes center stage



University of Buea will be moving it’s graduation ceremony one week later following official funeral program of the late Buea Mayor.

The graduation which was initially scheduled for Saturday 14th of December 2019 will be moved to Saturday December 21st 2019 according to sources in the Buea based University

Council authorities today December 4th 2019 released the full funeral program of former mayor and political heavyweight of the region -Ekema PATRICK

The combative mayor will be buried on Saturday 14th December 2019, in his native Buea. The state funeral which is expected to bring together the political forces of the nation will be attended by the special repsentative of the head of state.

Mayor Ekema PATRICK died on Sunday October 27th 2019 in DOUALA after suffering from what sources say was heart attack. He was the mayor of Buea municipality and died at age 49.

See detail program of the funeral below!

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