Africa

Erstwhile Buea University Student Lionizes SASSE College At 80!

Erstwhile Buea University Student Lionizes SASSE College At 80!

Compiled By Eric Tataw – Friday February 1, 2019. Kwoh Elonge has written a tribute to his alma mater, Sasse College. St. Joseph’s College, Sasse, an all-men Catholic Mission School located in Sasse, Buea, capital of Cameroon’s South West Region created in1939 by the Mill Hill Missionaries is Eighty (80) years today; Friday, February 1, 2019. A former student of the Department …

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Cameroon Bottle Dance Musician, John Minang “Resurrected” At Catholic Church Event!

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By Beltha Mokube – Thursday January 31, 2019. A small hall behind Che in Nitop, Bamenda formerly used by onetime great of “Bottle Dance Music” John Minang A symbolic Catholic Church event in Bamenda, capital of Cameroon’s North West Region has been held Saturday, January 27, 2019, in a small hall behind Che in Nitop, a quarter in Bamenda formerly …

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Cameroon’s Detained Kamto Moved To GSO, Faces Death Penalty Charge, 7 Others.

Cameroon’s Detained Kamto Moved To GSO, Faces Death Penalty Charge, 7 Others.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday January 31, 2019. Maurice Kamto, President of CRM in glasses has challenged President Paul Biya that he won the just-ended Presidential Elections. Prof Maurice Kamto, Chair of Cameroon’s main opposition political party, Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) has been officially charged on eight (8) counts including facing a death penalty, the party’s third Vice President, who’s …

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Cameroon Military Commits Guinness Book Record Human Rights Abuse On Nurse.

Beltha Mokube – Tuesday January 29, 2019. Cameroon soldiers identified Gilbert as a Nurse before setting explosives on him. Cameroon military has committed a grievous Human Rights Abuse on a Health Worker, an eyewitness has described. According to locals, a nurse was intercepted by elements of the Cameroon Military, identified as nurse, shot, attached to a bomb before he was …

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Cameroon Police Denies 11 Yaoundé Lawyers Access To Detained Presidential Runner-up As Amnesty International Steps In.

By Eric Tataw and Mbarga Abega – Tuesday January 29, 2019. Prof Maurice Kamto has since October claimed he won Presidential Elections in Cameroon Claiming to have won the October 7, 2018 Presidential Election in Cameroon, Maurice Kamto, the leader of Cameroon’s main opposition party, Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) arrested the night of Monday January 28, 2019 by the country’s …

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After Ghanaian, American, Kenyan Priests, Cameroon Military Kills Nigerian Merchant.

By Beltha Mokube  – Monday January 28, 2019 Charles Trumann Wesco is the American Missionary that was killed by Cameroon soldiers. At least four known foreigners have been killed by the Cameroon military over the months since the beginning of an armed conflict in the English-speaking Regions of the country after an incident that happened in Bamenda, capital of Cameroon’s North West Region. …

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Cameroon Official Suspends Embassy Activities In France.

By Eric Tataw – Monday January 28, 2019. Communiqué from Cameroon Embassy in Paris temporarily suspending activities. The government of Cameroon, a Central African country has suspended its activities in its embassy in Paris, France. According to a notice dated Sunday January 27, 2019, a copy of which National Telegraph has obtained, activities in the embassy are until further notice …

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Cameroon Deploys Heavy Security To Njikanté Amidst Heightened Insecurity.

By Beltha Mokube Parts of Bangourain captured by a National Telegraph secret stringer The Government of Cameroon, a Central African country has deployed soldiers to Njikanté, a quarter in Bangourain in Cameroon’s West Region that shares boundaries by water with Bangolan, in the North West of the country, locals have told National Telegraph. Another contingent of soldiers has been reportedly …

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How Come 22 Cardinal Tumi’s Progenies Were Kidnapped In Cameroon?

By Eric Tataw – Saturday January 26, 2019. Christian Cardinal Tumi is a Cardinal Priest and the Archbishop Emeritus of Douala  When the Greentree Agreement was signed on June 12, 2006, resolving the Cameroon-Nigeria border dispute over the much contested gas-rich Bakassi Peninsula, most, if not, all Cameroonians and the World saw Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President as the father of peace. It …

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Gunshots In Douala Protest Further Dampens Cameroon’s International Image.

By Mbarga Abega – Saturday Jan 26, 2019. Celestin Djamen shot on the leg by police in Douala during peaceful protest. Biya’s Government’s report card is definitely red. Apart from gesticulations from supporters of the Cameroon People Democratic Movement (CPDM) to which Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President is Chair, no single other Cameroonian in the last few months wrote anything good …

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