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Popular Activist, Bush Hunter Dresses In Ambazonia Flag In Court, Ntenako Seeks Solidarity For Detainees.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 4, 2019. A Cameroonian activist advocating for the country’s two English-speaking regions of the South West and North West to breakaway and restore their independence as it was in 1961 has made a first court appearance, Thursday July 4, 2019, dressed in the Ambazonia Flag, National Telegraph has been told. Fritz Takang fondly called …

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Bad News For Ambazania From Karen Bass’ Congressional Visit To Cameroon!

Bad News For Ambazania From Karen Bass' Congressional Visit To Cameroon!

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 3, 2019. Karen Bass, U.S. Representative for California’s 37th congressional district. A US Congressional Overseas Delegation (CODEL) that was in Cameroon has officially ended its visit and has left the Central African country, a source told National Telegraph late Wednesday June 3, 2019, but didn’t specify if the Delegation left on Tuesday or Wednesday. …

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Cameroon’s Labour Minister, Grégoire Owona Offers Special Wineglass To Patrice Nganang.

Cameroon's Labour Minister, Grégoire Owona Offers Special Wineglass To Patrice Nganang.

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 3, 2019. Prof Patrice Nganang Prof Alain Patrice Nganang, a Cameroonian writer, poet and University Don in the US has received a special open appeal from Cameroon’s Minister of Labour and Social Security, Wednesday July 3, 2019, National Telegraph has learned. Minister Grégoire Owona said Patrice is asking the Bamilekes, a tribe in Cameroon’s …

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US Citizens Give Karen Bass Light Tasks To Make History In Cameroon’s Armed Conflict.

By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 3, 2019. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius is leader of the Ambazonia Independence Movement. A group of US citizens from at least two African countries; Cameroon and Nigeria have said Karen Bass stands a chance of entering a special place in World History on the ongoing armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions. The Democratic …

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Karen Bass, 6 US Lawmakers Ask Paul Biya To Do The Hardest Thing!

Karen Bass, 6 US Lawmakers Ask Paul Biya To Do The Hardest Thing!

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 2, 2019. Karen Bass talking with Cameroon’s PM, Joseph Dion Ngute. A Democratic Member of the United States Congress, Karen Bass, serving as the U.S. Representative for California’s 37th congressional district has told the a representative of Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President since 1982 to negotiate with armed separatists in the country’s two English-speaking regions, …

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Cameroon: Son Kills Dad, Runs Away, Returns Home, And This Is What Happens To Him.

Cameroon: Son Kills Dad, Runs Away, Returns Home, And This Is What Happens To Him.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday June 20, 2019. Talla Barthélémy was 61 when his own son killed him on June 20, 2019. A 22-year-old boy who killed his father in Cité Verte, a neighborhood in Nkongsamba, Moungo Division of Cameroon’s Littoral Region has voluntarily returned home after he was declared at large, National Telegraph has been told. The body of …

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Cameroon Football Team Snubs Eto’o, Refuses To Travel For African Nations Cup Over Monetary Issues.

Cameroon Football Team Snubs Eto'o, Refuses To Travel For African Nations Cup Over Monetary Issues.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday June 20, 2019. The Cameroon national football team, dubbed Indomitable Lions has refused to travel to the African Nations Cup competition unless they’re paid 20million per player, National Telegraph has been told. Players insist they must be paid 20million F CFA as stipends before they can take off for Egypt. Veteran player, Samuel Eto’o is …

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Ambazonia Refugees Join Others, Celebrate World Refugee Day, June 20.

By Tem Martin – Thursday June 20, 2019. Cameroonian refugees in Akwa Ibom would play the finals of a football competition on World Refugee Day, June 20, 2019. Cameroonian refugees in Nigerian, preferred to be called Ambazonians are joining the rest of their counterparts worldwide in celebrating World Refugee Day. In Nigeria, refugees fleeing from an armed conflict in Cameroon’s …

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Six Organizations Join Refugees To Celebrate World Refugee Day In Akwa Ibom, June 20!

Six Organizations Join Refugees To Celebrate World Refugee Day In Akwa Ibom, June 20!

By Tem Martin – Friday June 14, 2019. Majority of the refugees are children who have lost either one or both parents in an armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions. Six organizations have put resources in different areas to assist refugees in having a befitting celebration ahead of World Refugee Day on June 20, 2019, National Telegraph has been …

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