Africa

Police Opens Investigation Over Death Of BaliKumbat Biker In Yaoundé

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba Ginna Maximus Gibba died under mysterious circumstances. Police have opened an investigation following the mysterious death of a biker in Mfou, a town in Mfou Sub-division, Mefou-et-Afamba Division of Cameroon’s Centre Region. The victim whose name National Telegraph has obtained as Ginna Maximus Gibba, a bike rider in Mfou have been found in a pool of …

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This Is The Bad News About Cameroonian Refugees In Ghana!

By Eric Tataw Kenneth Dzirasah is Chair of the Ghana Refugee Board During the celebration of World Refugee Day, Ghana reiterated a theme; We Stand Together With Refugees. As Ghana operates a Refugee Board situated at Ojeene Cres, Accra, Ghana one would obviously expect the best things for Refugees. According to official declarations by the Board, when refugees arrive in …

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Douala Council Police, Mboppi Traders In Clash of The Titans!

By Gilbert Aman Government Delegate to the Douala City Council, Dr. Fritz Ntonè Ntonè Mboppi Market, the largest market in the Central African Sub region, located in Cameroon’s Economic capital, Douala precisely in Douala I Sub-division, Wouri Division, of Cameroon’s Littoral Region became a theatre of sporadic violent confrontations, Thursday January 24, 2019 between traders and Municipal police elements from …

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UN Releases In-depth, Tough Statement On Anglophone Crisis In Cameroon.

By Eric Tataw Allegra Baiocchi (white lady) posted this picture on Twitter July 18, 2017, with Cameroon’s Minister of External Relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella The United Nations has released an official statement detailing the Humanitarian situation in the two restive Anglophone English-speaking Regions of the North West and South West of Cameroon hit by an armed conflict. In an official …

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American University Student Hits Zimbabwean President.

By Eric Tataw Wenyika Masaya from Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital is VP of the African Students Association, WVU . A graduate student of an American-based University has voiced disbelief at the ongoing situation in Zimbabwe. Wenyika Masaya from Harare, Zimbabwe’s capital now studying Chemistry in West Virginia University said, Thursday January 24, 2019, that it’s sad a government Zimbabweans thought was …

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Paul Atanga Nji Makes Thunderous Threats From Yaoundé.

By Mbarga Abega Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has made far-reaching declarations in relation to the ongoing crisis that has engulfed the two English-speaking Regions of the country. “We are preaching peace, but we are telling to supporters of confusion, to warmongers and to well-plotted criminals that they will face …

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New ENAM Director Witnesses Maiden Reopening

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba Soumbou Angoula Bertrand Pierre, Director General of ENAM The new Director General of the National School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM situated in Cameroon’s capital Yaoundé would witness his first reopening since after his appointment to the head of the Institution. Soumbou Angoula Bertrand Pierre who has just been installed at the Amphi theatre of the …

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Adamawa Governor Reacts To Deadly Accident That Killed 23.

By Bashar Musa Kildadi Taguieke Boukar , Governor of Adamawa The Governor of Adamawa, a Region in Cameroon has reacted to reports of an accident that killed several persons and wounded dozens, Wednesday January 23, 2019. Twenty-three (23) people have perished in the accident that occurred on the Touboro-Ngaoudéré highway in Adamawa Region, National Telegraph has learned. According to the …

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Joshua Osih’s Exact Location Revealed After Police Deployment In Douala.

By Gilbert Aman From the lady is Jean-Michel and Osih hours before the protest. Security has been Re-enforced in some strategic junctions in Cameroon’s Economic capital city Douala in Wouri Division of the Littoral Region, Wednesday January 23, 2019, National Telegraph has learned. The heavy deployment of both Police and Gendarmerie elements, we are told was to hinder a planned …

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Health Scandal Rocks Yaoundé, 15 Babies Go Blind In Hospital.

By Mbarga Abega – Wednesday Jan 23, 2019 André Mama Fouda is sacked Minister of Public Health. Fifteen (15) neonates have gone blind at the Ophthalmologic Hospital in Oback, a locality in Okola Sub-division, Lekié Division, in the Center Region of Cameroon, a source has revealed. The babies had received a drug named Chlorhexidine 7.1% used for the treatment of …

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