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Isiodre Abah

Isidore Abah is a multiple awards winning Investigative Journalist based in Buea, Cameroon. He is also the Copy Editor of Cameroon’s foremost English Language Newspaper (The Post Newspaper) and the Assistant Editor of the oldest Magazine in Cameroon (Cameroon Panorama). The versatile reporter also edits several quarterly magazines and periodicals. He is also a Communication Scholar and a Journalism Trainer.  His almost ten years’ experience in Investigative Journalism has enabled him to unearth several big stories that have brought about drastic change in administrative decision and policies in his country. His recent investigative piece was published under the headline Battle Against Coronavirus: How Top Gov’t Functionaries Are Fleecing From COVID-19 Trust Fund & Milking The State Treasury Dry. The article was an eye opener to the mafia that characterised the fight against COVID-19 in Cameroon.   
Isidore is also the President of the Cameroon Association of English-speaking Journalists (CAMASEJ-Buea Chapter).

 
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The African Bar Association has warned the Nigerian Government on the legal implications of extraditing arrested Ambazonia leaders to Cameroon.

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The most parroted Buea Council multi-billion market project which was to be executed under the stewardship of Mayor Patrick Ekema Esunge is today drowning in hoaxes and political rhetoric.

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The United Nations High Commission For Refugees, UNHCR, and the Nigerian Government have raised an alarm on the upsurge of Anglophone Cameroonians scampering into Nigeria as refugees.

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The dust raised by a false alarm about the Ambazonian Tigers’ plan to strike schools in the Southwest Region on Monday, January 15, has finally settled with the sacking of the Principal of Government High School, GHS, Malende, Francis Manchang Oben...

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The Archbishop Emeritus of Douala, Christian Cardinal Tumi, and the Minister of Communication, Issa Tchiroma Bakary, have been plunged into a war of words.

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Cameroon’s election governing body, ELECAM, Wednesday, March 7, sent shocking waves down the spines of politicians and political parties vying for the March 25, 2018 Senatorial elections when it made Public the lists of the polls.

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A group of activists have revealed the outlines of a plan to take the Anglophone struggle to the streets of Yaounde. In a memorandum posted on social media and on the group’s website, the activists vowed to “make Yaounde one of the hotspots of ...

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Preparations have heightened ahead of the sixth Ordinary Session of the fourth Parliament of the Pan African Parliament, PAP.

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The convoy of the Governor of the Southwest Region, Bernard Okalia Bilai, Friday, April 20, came under attack en route to and from Lebialem Division.

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The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Joseph BetiAssomo, has exhorted the new Commander of the 21st Motorised Infantry Brigade to instil prudence and discipline in the troops under his command.

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The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Joseph BetiAssomo, has exhorted the new Commander of the 21st Motorised Infantry Brigade to instil prudence and discipline in the troops under his command.

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Commuters who left Yaounde, Douala and Bamenda, heading to Kumba, since Friday, June 15, have been left stranded at the Mile 17 Motor Park, following the complete lock down of the Kumba-Buea Highway

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Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, has lambasted the Government of Cameroon over numerous reports of gross human rights violations and abuses, in the Northwest, Southwest and Far North Regions of the country.

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Yaounde-based Anglophone Elite Fail To Tame Their ‘Dogs’ The September 22 upheavals that quaked through major towns in the Northwest and Southwest Regions of Cameroon left Southwest Governor, Bernard Okalia Bilai, seething in anger.

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January 8, 2018, was chanted like the country’s national anthem by most Anglophones, especially adherents of the Ambazonia Interim Government. This was the day the Interim Government had slated for the effective resumption of classes in the Northwest and

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