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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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Cameroon Administrator Signs Bulletin Over Contested 11th February Fête.

By Peter Ndi – Saturday Jan 26, 2019.   Bulletin signed by D.O calling for February 11 preparatory meeting. The Divisional Officer (D.O) for Widikum, an administrative unit in Momo Division, of the conflict-hit North West Region of Cameroon has called for a preparatory meeting in view of the celebration of the 2019 National Youth Day in the Sub-division crippled …

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National Telegraph Investigative Report Forces Cameroon Government To Withdraw Drug That Caused Blindness In 15 Babies.

By Eric Tataw – Saturday Jan 26, 2019. Minister of Public Health, Manaouda  Malachie The Government of Cameroon, scandalized by an Investigative Report from National Telegraph, an online news agency with headquarters in Washington DC, USA, over Chlorhexidine 7.1% drug has reacted with immediate effect. On Wednesday, January 23, 2019, National Telegraph published an investigative story titled; “Health Scandal Rocks …

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Cameroon Deploys Soldiers In The East After Passenger Train Attack.

By Bashar Musa Picture of one of Cameroon’s passenger train taken in 2012 Unidentified gunmen in Cameroon have attacked and shot at a passenger train belonging to the country’s national train service, CAMRAIL, Thursday, January 25, 2019. National Telegraph has been told the incident happened in the town of Belabo in Belabo Sub-division, Lom and Djerem Division, in the country’s …

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Cameroon Military Showcases Rwandan-Type Genocide In Mpundu Balong

By Eric Tataw Paul Biya said he would give his soldiers instructions to neutralize… It took Mpund Balong until 2016 from Colonization to Independence to ever get electricity. The population celebrated on guitar and music. No one would have ever expected a scene as sad as today’s. Elements of the Cameroon military have rounded up at least ten (10) innocent …

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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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