By Beltha Mokube – Wednesday July 31, 2019. A security lock-down has been imposed on Bertoua, capital of Cameroon’s East Region, National Telegraph has confirmed. The region’s Governor, Mvongo Gregoire said in a bulletin, Tuesday July 30, 2019 that following a rise in crime in Bertoua, a halt in the circulation of motor bikes has been imposed. The bulletin also …Read More »
Monthly Archives: July 2019
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 30, 2019. The Finnair plane in which the incident happened was similar to this. A man who was due to be deported to Cameroon and was aboard a Finnair, the flag carrier and largest airline of Finland, resisted deportation, a source at Vantaa, Finnair’s headquarters has told National Telegraph. The plane was due to …Read More »
Cameroon Government Makes Official Statement On Whereabouts Of Mancho Bibixy, Others After Sisiku’s Declaration To UN, EU, AU, US Embassy.
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 30, 2019. René Emmanuel Sadi is Cameroon’s Minister of Communication. The government of Cameroon has made an official statement on the whereabouts of some Anglophone detainees who were transferred from the Kondengui Central Prison and Buea Central Prison from where uproars occurred, Monday July 22 and Tuesday July 23, 2019, respectively. There was an …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 30, 2019. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius, President of the Interim Government of Ambazonia. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius, President of the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, an outlawed government fighting for the restoration of the statehood of the former British Cameroon has sign a letter from himself and nine other members of …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 30, 2019. Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari greets Paul Biya, President of embattled Cameroon. At least eight (8) Nigerians have been brutally murdered by a contingent of the Cameroon military in Nkogho, a village in Eyumojock, a Sub-Division in Manyu Division in Cameroon’s restive South West Region that shares boundaries with Nigeria’s Cross River State, …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Monday July 29, 2019. Benjamin Louis Cardin, United States Senator from Maryland. The US Congress would introduce a Resolution in the Senate, Tuesday July 30, 2019, National Telegraph has been told. Corrine A. Paul, Legislative Correspondent for Senator Ben Cardin of Maryland told National Telegraph’s Editor-in-chief, Friday July 26, 2019 at the Hart Senate Office Building, …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Sunday July 28, 2019. Mancho Bibixy, Cameroon activist advocating for a new country called Ambazonia has been transferred to SED , where he’s now living incommunicado. News of the brutal killings of some top English-speaking activists who were held at the Kondengui Central Prison, a high security detention facility in Yaounde, Cameroon’s capital has spread like …Read More »
By Beltha Mokube – Sunday July 28, 2019. Mayor Ekema Patrick Esunge of Buea receives the Nyamoto Kpwatolo title from some French Cameroon chiefs. The Mayor of Buea, a council in Cameroon’s restive South West Region has been crowned by a group of traditional rulers from the country’s French-speaking region, National Telegraph has been told. Local news outlets, including Municipal …Read More »
By Beltha Mokube – Sunday July 28, 2019. Rev Sr Theodosia Baki, Superior General of Tertiary Sisters of St. Francis of Brixen. The Tertiary Sisters of St. Francis a congregation of Roman Catholic Religious’ sisters of the Third Order of St. Francis which was founded in Brixen, Italy, has elected a new Superior General, National Telegraph has been told. Rev Sr Theodosia Baki from Shisong, Kumbo in Bui Division in Cameroon’s …Read More »
Cameroon Lawyer Defending Anglophone Separatists Beaten, Goes Unconscious, Dumped Behind Gendarmerie Hilux In Yaounde.
By Eric Tataw – Saturday July 27, 2019. Barrister Amungwa Tanyi, Communication Officer for Defense Counsel of Ambazonia Separatist leaders. A top Anglophone Lawyer and a member of the regular 35-man team of lawyers defending Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius, leader of the Anglophone separatist movement and other members of his cabinet fondly called the Nera 10 detained in Yaounde, Cameroon’s …Read More »