Africa

Cameroon Transport Minister Awards Licences To 16 Transport Companies, Suspends 85.

Cameroon’s Minister of Transport, Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba – Saturday March 30, 2019.  Cameroon’s Minister of Transport, Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe Eighty-five (85) transport agencies have been suspended in the Central African country of Cameroon, the country’s Transport Minister said in a statement, March 21, 2019. In the statement, the Minister of Transport, Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe, said it was stopping the …

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Popular Lawyer Spotted In Plane Leaving Cameroon As Sisiku’s Case Is Adjourned.

By Eric Tataw, Saturday March 30, 2019. Barrister Fru John Nsoh A popular Cameroonian Lawyer, Barrister Fru John Nsoh has been spotted by a National Telegraph stringer aboard an aircraft leaving Cameroon. According to our source, Barrister Fru who’s lead defense lawyer for the leaders of the Anglophone Separatist Movement was spotted late Friday March 29, 2019. Reports say the …

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HWHC Imports Presidents Obama’s, Mandela’s Legacies To Yaounde.

By Beltha Mokube – Thursday March 28, 2019. Group picture of trainees after the training in Yaounde. The legacies of Presidents Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela through the YALI program has been imported to the Cameroonian capital of Yaounde, National Telegraph has been told. The Happy Women Happy Child (HWHC), an organisation founded by a YALI Mandela Washington Fellow based …

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Cameroon Military Attacks Maternity, Children Ward, Others In Afab Hospital.

Cameroon Military Attacks Maternity, Children Ward, Others In Afab Hospital.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday March 26, 2019. The Maternity, other wards, including the pre-natal were attacked by the Cameroon military T he Cameroon military has attacked another health care facility after many others have been attacked, including torching that in Kumba, a restive town in Cameroon’s South West Region, locals have told National Telegraph. In their most recent contingent …

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Cameroon: Six Shot Dead, One Seriously Injured In Widikum, Batoh, Mamfe.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday March 26, 2019. A signpost of a Catholic Secondary School captured by a National Telegraph reporter in 2018. At least three persons have been killed and one seriously wounded by elements of the Cameroon Military in Widikum, Tuesday March 26, 2019, locals have told National Telegraph from Widikum, a war-torn district in North West Cameroon. …

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Cameroon: Douala Council Police Attacks Anglophone IDPs In Rail Market.

Cameroon: Douala Council Police Attacks Anglophone IDPs In Rail Market.

By Promise Dinga – Sunday March 24, 2019. A picture of Marche de Rail captured by a National Telegraph stringer on March 22, 2019. Serious commotion has been the order of the day around some major markets in Douala, a business town in Cameroon’s Littoral Region orchestrated by the city council police chasing clandestine business persons and hawkers who according …

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Camrail Blames Putrid Tracks On Anglophone Crisis.

Camrail Blames Putrid Tracks On Anglophone Crisis.

By Pius Api – Friday March 22, 2019. Picture of abandoned railway tracks in Bonaberi, Douala captured by National Telegraph. Camrail, a company operating passenger and freight traffic between the cities in the Central African country of Cameroon has decried the poor state of rail tracks, blaming it on the Anglophone crisis. Residents around the railway passing through quarters in …

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Cameroon: Strapping Wind, Heavy Rain Hit Douala.

Cameroon: Strapping Wind, Heavy Rain Hit Douala.

By Promise Dinga – Tuesday March 19, 2019. A National Telegraph reporter took this picture of one of the affected areas in Bonaberi, Douala. The economic capital of the Central African country of Cameroon has been seriously battered by a strapping wind and heavy rainfall, locals have told National Telegraph. Hundreds of residents within Douala, the Economic capital of Cameroon …

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Paul Biya Sends Atanga Nji Paul And They Blundered In Mbileme, Meyomessi.

Paul Biya Sends Atanga Nji Paul And They Blundered In Mbileme, Meyomessi.

By Celestine Betingi – Monday March 18, 2019. Picture of Minister Atanga Nji extracted from a video of his visit sent to National Telegraph. Wonders they say shall never end, an observer said while describing the attitude of the Cameroonian government as nonchalant and only geared towards letting the populations of the English-speaking regions that they are indeed not part …

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