By NS in Bamenda Strategic Humanitarian Services SHUMAS Cameroon has emerged winner of The Guardian Post 2018 Service to Humanity Award for touching the lives of needy population through social development activities in Cameroon.
By Bakah Derick The North West region and the Social Democratic Front SDF party have buried one of their illustrious sons and development argent from a distance due to the armed conflict rocking the region.
By NS in Yaounde The Multi-awards winning Journalists Comfort Mussa has received another award crowning her as a Gender Champion. The Guardian Post Daily newspaper crowned the CBM Communication officer for Central Africa during the achievement award event staged in the South Regional capital Ebolowa Friday February 22.
By BD in Ebolowa A delegation of Cameroon Journalists’ Trade Union CJTU/SNJC NW chapter visiting their colleagues in the South Region say reporters must go beyond government positions in covering the over two years old armed conflicts eating up Cameroon from the NW and SW by telling the stories of ordinary civilians affected by violence.
By Bakah Derick A Cameroonian International football marketing and player agent has predicted failure for a recent lawsuit filed by the President of Etoile Filante of Garoua Abduraman Hamadou against the Cameroon Football Federation FECAFOOT at the Arbitration and Conciliation Chamber of the National Olympic and Sports Committee of Cameroon.
Checkpoint is a series of pinions written by Bakah Derick a Multimedia professional with several years in broadcast, online and print journalism. He is currently member of Cameroon Journalists' Trade Union CJTU/SNJC. He is also a community worker and a development argent in his local council areas.
The Member of Parliament MP for Ndu/Nkambe parliamentary constituency in Donga Mantung Division has reiterated the need for the President of the Republic Paul Biya and other international institutions to convene the much talked about national inclusive dialogue as a way to address the armed conflict in the North West and South West regions.
By Bakah Derick The Nyanga health dialogue session with girl leaders in Bamenda has blamed the lack of sex education in families and other areas of society as the major reason behind some of the poor reproduction health decisions commonly taken by girls and women.