Africa

One of Nine Children Laments Over Belo Mayor’s Death.

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba Benard Tosam – Deceased Mayor of Belo One of the nine children of the Mayor of Belo, a council in North West Cameroon has lamented over the father’s death. Speaking on conditions of secrecy, the Mayor’s child said the incident of their father’s death is heartbreaking. Benard Tosam died in a Hospital in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé, …

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Lawyer Rebukes Government, Says Detained Bafang Mayor Is Under Intensive Care.

By Gilbert Aman Barrister Alice Kom The Lawyer of detained Cameroonian politician has decried what she described as gross Injustice on her clients from State Prosecutors. Barrister Alice Kom told National Telegraph, Tuesday January 15, 2019 in Douala, Cameroon’s economic capital. She also revealed her client is currently under Intensive Medical Care at the Yaoundé General Hospital following a malaise …

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Cameroon’s New Public Health Minister Suffers Weltschmerz, Collapses, Rushed To Hospital.

By Gilbert Aman Manaouda Malachie-Minister of Public Health Cameroon’s new Minister of Public Health is currently receiving treatment at an infirmary in the nation’s capital Yaoundé. Manaouda Malachie suffered a weltschmerz in his office in Yaoundé, Tuesday January 15, 2019 before he was ferried to the Hospital unconcious. Malachie was appointed by Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President during a partial cabinet …

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Gunslingers Attack Nairobi!

By Ferdinand Chilemba Joseph Boinnet – Kenyan Police Boss A yet-to-be-known number of civilians have been killed in an attack that occurred in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. DusitD2 Hotel, a fancy lodging facility in the capital has been attacked, Tuesday January 15, 2019. Al-Shabab, a Somalia-based militant Islamist group opposed to the Somali government and also noted to have carried out …

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ICC Sets Laurent Gbagbo Free.

By Salimata Akissi in Abidjan Laurent Gbagbo The International Criminal Court in the Hague in Netherlands has ruled Tuesday January 15, 2019 in favour of erstwhile Ivorian President. Laurent Gbagbo was nabbed in 2011 by UN forces backed by France reportedly favouring Alassane Ouattara, Gbagbo’s big time political enemy. Being the first Head of State to have been dragged to …

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Limbe Car Crash Victim Buried In Babungo

By Stephen Elad Ntuh Godlove Ntuh Godlove, a youth who died following a ghastly road accident, Sunday January 6, 2019 at Cite Sic in Limbe II Sub-division in Fako Division in Cameroon’s South West Region has been buried. Godlove was buried in Finkwi, a quarter in Babungo in Babessi Sub-division of Ngoketunjia Divison of Cameroon’s North West Region, Saturday January …

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Bongwana Chief’s Wife, Former UB Lecturer Appointed SONARA BC.

By Clauticlaire Zamba Zamba Beltha Ndoh – New SONARA Board Chair The wife of the runaway second class Chief of Kake I Bongwana, a war torn village in Kumba I Sub-division, Meme Division of the embattled South West Region of Cameroon has been appointed Board Chair of SONARA, Cameroon’s lone Oil Refinery Company. Beltha Ndoh Bakata who hails from Marumba …

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Djédaa Businessmen Insist Chad Must Withdraw From Douala Port

By Ali Saleh Djérou Adoum, 47, a Businessman in Djédaa, in Central Chad who claims to have goods running through the Douala Port said Friday January 11, 2019 that it was about time her Government abandons the Douala Seaport for better sites. Businessmen in Chad have been telling during street and office discussions of the slow nature of things at …

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Ali Bongo Appoints New Prime Minister.

By Jean-Baptiste Mabignath Julien Békalé The President of Gabon, Ali Bongo Ondimba has appointed a new Prime Minister, a decree read on National Television by the Secretary General at the Presidency, Saturday January 12, 2019 has confirmed. According to the announcement, Julien Nkoghe Békalé has replaced Emmanuel Issoze-Ngondet, who has served since 2016. Julien Nkoghe Békalé, 56, is said to …

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Manyu SDO Says He Would Order Soldiers To Slaughter Locals!

By Eric Tataw with files from Manyu Manyu SDO A local administrator in Manyu, a war torn district in Cameroon’s embattled South West Region said Friday January 11, 2019, he would order soldiers to exterminate the local population. Joseph Oum II promised locals in a meeting at the Mamfe Town Hall that they would see the wrath of the military …

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