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Elite One Championship 2020/2021: Day-8 Notes..

By Ngwayi Joseph Carlos   It was another exciting moment for football die harts last Thursday 22 of April, 2021 as they watched their darling clubs perform  across the national territory during day-8 action of the ongoing professional top flight championship.

Cameroon Armed Conflict: 4% in survey satisfied with government resolving efforts

By Nfor Nkfu Charmers Media and Communications Consults (CHAMECC) a Bamenda based non-governmental organization, has made results of a survey conducted recently in Bamenda.

Cameroon Armed Conflict: Houses burnt in Nkor Village

    By  Nfor Nkfu Field reports from Nkor, a village in Nwa subdivision of Donga Mantung division of the crisis hit North West Region have confirmed that several houses have been reduced to ashes. The incident occurred on April 21st, multiple sources say.

CAF Confederation Cup: Coton Sport at Quarter Finals

By Bakah Derick   Coton Sport of Garoua has clinched one of eight tickets for the 2020-2021 CAF Confederation cup. The Garoua team qualified following NASPA Stars' 1-0 defeat of RSB Berkane on Wednesday 21 April 2021 in a group B matchday 5 fixture in Zambia. 

CBC Health Services: “We Ring the Bell” campaign goes global

By Bakah Derick   The 2021 edition of the “We Ring the Bell” annual campaign by the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) HealthServices has taken an international dimension. Previously an internal institutional activity, the CBC Health Services in collaboration with Cameroon’s ministries of social affairs and education (basic and secondary) have organised a three-day virtual campaign which goes beyond the institution with many taking part from around the world.. 

His Eminence Christian Cardinal Tumi, Archbishop Emeritus of Douala.... The Journey Home

Funeral of His Eminence Christian Cardinal Tumi, Archbishop Emeritus of Douala    

AOPL Manager Reymond N. Budi talks to Hilltopvoices

THOSE WHO GET WIND OF AOPL FIND IT DIFFICULT TO RESIST -Manager Founded in January 2021 by a young growing academician Mr Ngenge Ransom Tanyu, Africa Online and Publications Library (AOPL) is already gaining a strong foothold in the scholarly World judging from the strong desire demonstrated by scholars, organisations and institutions.  In an exclusive interview with Hilltopvoices's Nfor Nkfu, the manager of AOPL, says the outfit's concept is so original that those who get wind of it find it difficult to resist. Mr Raymond N Budi was speaking Saturday April 17th 2021 to give simplified insights of all AOPL is out to offer. It is a non profit making organization that aims to provide free and open access to academic literature for students and lecturers of higher institutions.  Below is a full interview with Raymond N Budi, AOPL Manager.

Elite One Championship 2020/2021: Day Seven Snapshots as YOSA, Avion humble opponents

Matchday Snapshots  By Bakah Derick  It has been an eventful day seven of the top tier championship in Cameroon. While the much anticipated center regional derby between Canon and Tonnierre Kalara Club TKC  produced no goal, Yong Sport Academy of Bamenda and Avion FC of Nkam had a fulfilled day displaying  goal scoring abilities uncommon to them since the start of the season.

North West Region: Major briefs this weekend.

By  Nfor Nkfu and Bakah Derick   - Bafut Council goes home after four years in "exile".Holds session for the first time in her municipal Chambers.

Cameroon Armed Conflict: NWADO, CHAMECC concerned with non respect of Geneva Convention.

By Nfor Nkfu  The North West Association of Development Organisations (NWADO) and Charmers Media and Communications Consults (CHAMECC) have noted that the parties to the conflict in the North West and South West regions are not respecting the Geneva Convention of 1949 that protect civilians.

COVID-19 Bamenda: Vaccination launched with Administrators, Health workers

By Bakah Derick @DerickBakah The Governor of the North West Region has received the first anti-COVID-19 vaccine in the region. Lele L'Afrique Adolph Tchoffo Deben received the vaccine Wednesday April 14, 2021 in Bamenda shortly after the public presentation of the regional quota of the Sinorpharm vacxines.

Elite One Championship 2020/2021: Day Six Snapshots with dramatic end in Garoua

By Bakah Derick    It has been a dramtic end for Day Six of the Elite One Championship. In Garoua, the unavailability of the Roumde Adjia annex stadium the initial venue for the penultimate clash between home side Cotonsport and Canon of Yaounde was at the center of the drama script.

Donga Matung: Tabenken Community celebrates own Fon with Thanksgiving to God.

By Nfor N k fu in Bamenda The people of Tabenken village of the Wimbum tribe resident in Bamenda and elsewhere in the country on Saturday April 10th 2021   offered a special mass to thank God Almighty for the life of their Fon, HRH Ngwayi Polycarp Ndiborti. This was at the Bayelle Catholic Church-Bamenda.

Environmental Protection: CAMGEW inspires next generation of environmentalists

By Bakah Derick Cameroon Gender and Environment Watch (CAMGEW) a not-for-profit organisation in the North West Region of Cameroon has been inspiring children in Bamenda and Oku Bui Division into environmental protection.

Bamenda III Council: Over 40 farmers, CIGs receive tools

By Bakah Derick    The Mayor of the Bamenda III Council has handed over farming equipment and seeds to over 40 farmers and Common Initiative Groups (CIGs) in his municipality.


  By Rev. Fr Njodzela Louis, Sch.P. wo wan Tume Boniface , a dreamer of a more just and humane world.      Born on October 15, 1930 and you are called home on April 2, 2021.     The world is in shock, everyone has something to say. Your fans see in you a saintly model of Christian and human life in general but your detractors are not indifferent because you lived not an anonymous life but a long impactful life.

Cameroon Bar Association: Meet Dieudonne N Nfor, amongst 17 called in Bamenda.

By Nfor Nkfu   Barrister Dieudonne N Nfor is now a full-fledged member of the Cameroon Bar Association. The fresh legal mind was sworn in alongside sixteen others before the North West Court of Appeal in Bamenda on April 9, 2021.

Diocese of Kumbo: Ordination to Priesthood holds despite restive nature of the area

By Bakah Derick    Bishop of Kumbo has ordained six new priests for his diocese.

Bamenda Archdiocese: 13 Priests Ordained

By Bakah Derick   The Archdiocese of Bamenda now has 13 new priests. The priestly ordination took place Wednesday April 7, 2021 at the St Joseph's Metropolitan Cathedral Big Mankon.

Cameroon Armed Conflict: US tasked to put an end

By Nfor Nkfu The United States of America has again come under pressure to end the conflict that has been raging in the English speaking North West and South West regions of Cameroon for almost four years and counting.

Christian Wiyghan Cardinal Tumi Archbishop Emeritus of Douala – Cameroon, and Cardinal-Priest of Santi Martiri dell’Uganda a Poggio Ameno, Dies at 91

Compiled by Fr Dufe Joseph Ndzelen OFM Cap. Loreto – Italy 03/04/2021  Christian Cardinal Wiyghan Tumi, Archbishop emeritus of Douala (Cameroon), was born on 15 October 1930 in Kikaikelaki, a small village in the Nso Clan, situated in the Northwest Region, of Cameroon.

Elite One Championship 2020/2021: Day five snapshots with tale of Two visiting goalkeepers in Bamenda

Matchday Snapshots By Bakah Derick  For the first time this season, the two flag bearers of the North West Region in the top tier league had the luxury to play at home on the same day. Dande Junior in a high jump save

Cardinal Tumi: Nso mourns Shufai Kintam! Cameroon's highest ranked Roman Catholic clergy! Reactions.

By Bakah Derick and Nfor Nkfu Cameroonians woke up Saturday April 3rd ,2021 with consternation following the death of Cardinal Wyghan Tumi, emeritus Archbishop of Douala. 

Bamenda City Council: Gov't injects 100 million FCFA into bus shuttle project, Orders free transportation

  By Nfor Nkfu   The bus shuttle project within Bamenda City has received a major booster from government. The project is now expected to move on in earnest following the allocation of the sum of 100 million FCFA by the government.  City Mayor Paul Achumbong