Daily Archives: May 29, 2019

White House Tourists Received An Extra Gift, It’s Shocking, It’s The Man On Fire!

White House Tourists Received An Extra Gift, It's Shocking, It's The Man On Fire!

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Federal authorities spraying man with fire extinguishers as he was walking engulfed in flames. A yet-to-be-identified man has set himself on fire Wednesday, just after noon, May 29, 2019 in front of sightseers on the Ellipse park in downtown Washington, D.C. not far from the White House, National Telegraph has learned. At …

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Cameroon’s Bouroukou Village Deposits One In The Mortuary From Crash!

Cameroon’s Bouroukou Village Deposits One In The Mortuary From Crash!

By Abraham Sama – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Cameroon’s Bouroukou Village Deposits One In The Mortuary From Crash! A 20-year-old boy has died from an accident in a Cameroonian village of Bouroukou, in the country’s Littoral Region, Wednesday May 29, 2019, sources have told National Telegraph.   The boy whose only name National Telegraph got as Ricardo, reports say was …

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RI Of Ex-US Deputy Secretary Of State For Population Makes Recommendations To UN, Ambazonia Fighters, Paul Biya Regime.

RI Of Ex-US Deputy Secretary Of State For Population Makes Recommendations To UN, Ambazonia Fighters, Paul Biya Regime.

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Eric Paul Schwartz, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration is current president of Refugees International Refugees International (RI), a non-profit organisation based in the United States Federal capital of Washington District of Columbia with Eric Paul Schwartz, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Population, …

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Cameroon: School Authorities Swindle Money Meant For GCE Registration.

Cameroon: School Authorities Swindle Money Meant For GCE Registration.

By Beltha Mokube – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Students of Victory Bilingual College Bois des Senge in Douala denied access into GCE writing sessions. A total of fifteen (15) students of Victory Bilingual College Bois des Senge, a privately owned high school in Douala, Cameroon’s economic capital have missed the written part of GCE Ordinary and Advance level 2019, because …

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