By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 11, 2019 Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe is President of outlawed Ambazonia Republic. The leader of the Anglophone separatist movement, Sisiku Julius Ayuk Tabe and 9 other detainees held at the Kondengui Principal Prison, a high security detention facility in Yaoundé, capital of the Central African country of Cameroon have been notified with a decision …Read More »
By Mary Aheebwa – Thursday July 11, 2019. The Kabaka of Buganda, Uganda. The Kabaka of Buganda in the East African country of Uganda has been summoned to the High Court in Mukono, National Telegraph has learned. Ronald Muwenda Mutebi II would have to defend himself against accusations of land grabbing, a source has said. Kabaka is a tittle given …Read More »
By Beltha Mokube – Wednesday July 10, 2019. Picture of Kingmakers crowning Mbah Wilfred Ndam as new King of Bessi-Awum taken by a National Telegraph’s secret stringer. Kingmakers in Bessi-Awum, a village settlement in Batibo Sub-Division, Momo Division in Cameroon’s North West Region have crowned a new ruler after their ruler died on Monday June 22, 2019. Mbah Wilfred Ndam, …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Sunday July 7, 2019. Joaquim Alberto Chissano Former President Republic of Mozambique and Chair of the Africa Forum. Africa Forum, an informal network of former African Heads of State and Government and other African leaders designed to support the implementation of the broad objectives of the African Union (AU) and its initiative, the New Partnership for …Read More »
By Eric Tatw – Saturday July 6, 2019. Bishop of Buea, Immanuel Bushu The Bishop of Buea, a Catholic Diocese in Cameroon’s South West Region is entertaining discussions and deliberations to move five major colleges from their original locations, a source told National Telegraph late Friday July 5, 2019. Bishop Immanuel Bushu has received suggestions from collaborators advising Saint Joseph …Read More »
Bessi-Awum’s Fon Missing, But His Son Killed On The Horse Can’t Take Over; This Is The New Successor!
By Beltha Mokube – Friday July 5, 2019. Kingmakers in Bessi-Awum, a village settlement in Batibo Sub-Division, Momo Division in Cameroon’s North West Region have named a successor to the thrown after their ruler died last Monday June 22, 2019. According to tradition, each time a ruler dies, he’s buried same day and declared missing a week after, during which …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 4, 2019. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius, the President of the Interim Government of the Federal Republic of outlawed Ambazonia Republic. Families and friends of some detainees in a detention facility in Bafoussam, West Region of Cameroon held within the blanket of the ongoing armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions of the North West …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 4, 2019. Dr Kinge Namanga has been appointed UN Humanitarian Coordinator to Cameroon’s restive North West and South West. The United Nations (UN), an intergovernmental organization tasked with maintaining international peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, achieving international co-operation, and being a centre for harmonizing the actions of nations has appointed a …Read More »
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 …Read More »
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. …Read More »