Skip to main content


Showing posts from November, 2015

BAMENDA FASHION WEEK: Valuing Women’s Work Is Key to Achieving the New Global Goal on Gender Equality’

Announcing... Bamenda Fashion Week December 15-20, 2015 Bamenda Congress Hall Event theme: ‘Valuing Women’s Work Is Key to Achieving the New Global Goal on Gender Equality’ The Eyes of the fashion world turns to the capital of the North West this December 15-20, 2015, when the Bamenda traditional attire Fashion Week opens. Established traditional designers and young hopefuls will rub shoulders with buyers, celebrities and reporters’ cameras as new collections in the traditional regalia or 'contri clothes' industry are unleashed to the snap of photographers’ flashes. Running from December 15-20, the event will feature more than 50 catwalk shows, displaying the latest cuts from within the industry. More refined traditional looks shall be found at the Bamenda Fashion Week event where over 100 designers are lined up for the exhibition of the industry's latest movers and shakers. The Bamenda Fashion Week which is created by Gwain Colbert Fulai, journalist

Nkwen Youths settle for peaceful coexistence with the Church

By Bakah Derick The recent standoff between Nkwen Youths and the Catholic Church particularly St Michael's Pariah Futru Nkwen has practically ended with the youths settling for peaceful coexistence. During offertory on Sunday November 15, 2015 in a Mass celebrated by the Archbishop of Bamenda His Grace Cornelius Fontem Esua, a group of youths calling themselves EMAUS Brothers took the Church by surprise with an avalanche of gifts composed of plantain, banana, water, toilet tissue and money. EMAUS Brothers           Photo credits: Lazarus Azeh Properly dressed with some in traditional Muslim habits, the youths danced with a lot of energy and happiness. Spotting a good number of those who lead a protest recently  against the Church, this reporter later found out that the group was constituted from that which organised the protest recently. Considering the protest as a sin against the Church, the youths returned to the Church carried out some rehabilitation works which Ca

The PCC at 58, Transformed to serve 2

Here are more pictures from the PCC Church Day 2015 Photo Credits: Com Dept Bamenda Echoes

The PCC at 58, transformed to serve

By Bakah Derick Christians of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon PCC, Sunday November 15, 2015 converged on different prayers ground to celebrate The PCC Church Day. The 2015 edition which marked 58 years of independence of the PCC from the Bassel had as theme "transformed to serve." Transition was respected with the message of the moderator read or projected in all PCC churches across the country. Here are a few pictures selected for you at PC Musang in Bamenda. Photo Credits: Comm Dept Bamenda Echos's 

Briefs: CSJA gets NW chapter Exco, Archbishop Preaches Unity in Nkwen....

By Bakah Derick PWD Bamenda clinches National interpols ticket Thousands Sunday November 15, 2015 stormed the Mankon-Bamenda municipal stadium to be witnesses to the outcome of the 2015 Mini-intepols between PWD Bamenda and Bang Bullet of Nkambe.  After eliminating Dzekwa Rangers and TATECAM, PWD and Bang Bullet respectively opened the final game with a strong determination of representing the region during the upcoming qualifies for the National Division two championship.  The determination was turned into a wish for Bang Bullet by two goals  from PWD through Ngoume Abel and Bendegue Serge at full time.  Northwest regional secretary Absalum Mono Wolua watched t finals alongside Northwest Sports and FECAFOOT authorities amongst them Achirri Lawrence Delegate for Sports and Physical Education, Kaba Christopher NW FECAFOOT president, club representatives and a large football population.  Northwest gets new CSJA executive  Piere Anoufack Journalist with Radio Hot Cocoa Va