Justice Ayah Paul has said he doubts the competence of some Supreme Court judges in La Republique.
Some Southern Cameroons political commentators have opined that the recent resignation of Prof. Elizabeth Tamajong has signalled end time for Ni John Fru Ndi.
A Southern Cameroons court has ordered the release of some SCNC detainees. The court also demanded that the government of La Republique paid compensation to all SCNC militants who were detained.
Fake CPDM party cards are reported to have flooded Kumba, the chief city in the Meme constituency that moonlights as the capital of fraud in Southern Cameroons.
The failure of the Bamenda Culture and Heritage Trade Fair has been blamed on the Government Delegate to the Bamenda Urban Council.
Former international goalkeeper of La Republique du Cameroun, Joseph Bell Antoine has accused the loud sounding nothing Joseph Owona of dishonesty.
The SDF is actually going, going, gone as party officials are currently blaming Hon. Yoyo and Co. for over empowering the celebrated bribe taker from La Republique, Ni John Fru Ndi.
Some Southern Cameroonians who are still under the influence and control of La Reublique have expressed concerns on why the 82 year old Cameroonian dictator President Biya now relies more on the US than his long time allies in France in the war against Boko Haram.
A group of citizens from La Republique have described President Biya as an absentee Commander-in-Chief claiming that the owner and proprietor of the ruling CPDM crime syndicate is too big to visit wounded soldiers or even to send messages of condolence to the families of troops killed in the Far North region of Cameroon.
Southern Cameroonians of the Bamenda Division have protested the francophonization of ENS Bambili.
Common Law Lawyers have announced their decision to create their own Bar Association maybe with Barrister Sama Francis who told the world over the Late Tatsa family crisis that lawyers fee has no limits.
The SDO of Meme has made public his decision to sue the CPDM Section President of Kumba
The Teachers Association of Cameroon (TAC) has sounded a note of caution to the GCE Board and the CPDM government on boycott of the 2015 marking session if 2014 allowance remain unpaid.
Elizabeth Tamajong has said that she still remains very committed to the Social Democratic Front.
Two police officers were caught stealing fuel.
The SDO for Donga Mantung Division has banned a juju for beating a pastor.