Monthly Archives: October 2019

President Trump Personally Writes, Announces Action To Cut Trade Benefits For Cameroon.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday October 31, 2019. Donald J. Trump – President of the United States of America. Donald John Trump, 45th and current president of the United States has announced his intention to cut trade benefits for Cameroon, citing gross human rights violations, National Telegraph has confirmed. In a message to Congress, Trump said he would end Cameroon’s …

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Terrorist Group Kills Policeman In Burkina Faso’s Center-North

By Michel Biem Tong – Thursday October 31, 2019. At least one policeman has been killed by a terrorist group in the Center-North of the landlocked West African country of Burkina Faso, the country’s National Police said in a statement, Tuesday October 29, 2019. According to a press release, a copy of which National Telegraph has obtained, a policeman named …

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UNESCO Suffers Huge Damage In Japan, Fire Destroys 500-Year-Old Shuri Castle.

By Emerson Kinge – Thursday October 31, 2019. Fire engulfs Japan’s 500-year-old Shuri Castle. The main building of the Shuri Castle, a 500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site in Japan’s Okinawa, has burnt down, 02:40 local time, Thursday October 31, 2019, National Telegraph has learned. The police are investigating the cause of the fire and said there has been no immediate report of …

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Cameroon’s Paul Biya Salutes Landslide Victims With 200M But Completely Neglects SW, NW War Victims.

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday October 30, 2019. Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji delivers speech at the landslide incident scene as Ministers Célestine Ketcha Courtès (Housing and Urban Development – Mindhu) and Agriculture and Henri Eyebe Ayissi (Agriculture and Rural Development – Minader) look on. The government of the Central African country of Cameroon has announced the disbursement …

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Cameroon: Maroua Main Market Shutdown!

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday October 30, 2019. Police officers try to contain angry traders at the Maroua Main Market, Cameroon. The Maroua main market in the capital of the Far North Region of the Central African country, Cameroon has been shut down, National Telegraph has confirmed. Business persons have taken to the streets, Wednesday October 30, 2019, to decry …

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Cameroon: 3-Member Inter-ministerial Commission Dispatched To Landslide Affected Bafoussam.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday October 29, 2019. Célestine Ketcha Courtès – Cameroon’s Minister of Housing and Urban Development. The government of the Central African country, Cameroon has formed an inter-ministerial commission of three ministers following a landslide in the country’s West region that claimed 42 lives. A source in the country’s capital, Yaounde told National Telegraph late Tuesday October …

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Cameroon: 59-Year-Old Commits Suicide In Mile 16 Days After Buea Mayor Died.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday October 29, 2019. Ekema Patrick Esunge, Mayor of Buea died under undetermined circumstances. A 59-year-old woman has died after committing suicide in Cameroon’s South West, Tuesday October 29, 2019, inhabitants of Mile 16 – Bolifamba where the incident happened have told National Telegraph. Martha Afu aka Mami Lum consumed high amounts of Mocap, a chemical …

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