By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 10, 2019. Ron Kind, U.S. Representative for Wisconsin’s 3rd congressional district. Another top United States Lawmaker has called on the Trump Administration to use diplomatic channels and force Cameroon authorities to bring an end to an armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions of the North West and South West, National Telegraph has learned. …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 9, 2019. Mike Pompeo is United States Secretary Of State. He’s the boss of the State Department. The United States has announced, it’s banning a top Cameroonian Military official and wife from entering its territory, National Telegraph has confirmed. The spokesman of the US State Department said in a statement, Tuesday July 9, 2019. …Read More »
Compiled By Eric Tataw – Saturday July 6, 2019. Paul Biya is President of Cameroon since 1982. A Catholic Priest from the Diocese of Kumba, South West of Cameroon, a Central African country based in the United States of America has written an open memo to Cameroon’s President Paul Biya. Fr. Wilfred Epi, a doctoral student in Public Administration at …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Saturday July 6, 2019. Tata Kinge thrilled the crowd at 2019 BECDA – USA Annual Cultural Festival in Maryland. A deep bouquet of beautiful fruits, most likely with ambiance that’s full-bodied and already expressive, making the month of July tighter, expressing busy schedules and long hold up traffics wouldn’t stop a people and does not hide …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Friday July 5, 2019. Rev Dr. Andrew Nkea, Bishop of Mamfe is very much loved by his congregants. Bishop Andrew Nkea Fuanya of Mamfe, a Diocese in the South West Region of the Central African country of Cameroon is expected to speak at an event in the Washington DC area, Kerenge Ako-Ebot, President of United MECA …Read More »
Canada’s Global Affairs Discusses Anglophone Crisis, Sisiku, Kamto, Ndoki With Agbor Balla In Ottawa.
By Eric Tataw – Thursday July 4, 2019. Barrister Agbor Nkongho Balla Global Affairs Canada, a department in the Canadian Government managing the country’s diplomatic and consular relations to encourage international trade, lead Canada’s international development and humanitarian assistance has received Barrister Agbor Nkongho Balla, a Cameroonian Rights Lawyer, National Telegraph has been told. Reports say the lawyer held a …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday June 4, 2019. The only reasonable damage that most Cameroonians would see and have seen from the SONARA fire incident is the display of a visibly burning oil refinery plant. No wonder the government of the Central African country of Cameroon says the damages occurring from such a huge fire are insignificant. The real truth is …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Federal authorities spraying man with fire extinguishers as he was walking engulfed in flames. A yet-to-be-identified man has set himself on fire Wednesday, just after noon, May 29, 2019 in front of sightseers on the Ellipse park in downtown Washington, D.C. not far from the White House, National Telegraph has learned. At …Read More »
RI Of Ex-US Deputy Secretary Of State For Population Makes Recommendations To UN, Ambazonia Fighters, Paul Biya Regime.
By Eric Tataw – Wednesday May 29, 2019. Eric Paul Schwartz, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Population, Refugees, and Migration is current president of Refugees International Refugees International (RI), a non-profit organisation based in the United States Federal capital of Washington District of Columbia with Eric Paul Schwartz, former United States Assistant Secretary of State for Population, …Read More »
Eric Tataw – Monday May 27, 2019. An influential Cameroonian young politician has resigned from his party, citing inability of party hierarchy to condemn military atrocities on the civilian populations in the handling of the ongoing armed conflict in Cameroon’s English-speaking Regions of the North West and South West, National Telegraph has been told. Ndansi Elvis told National Telegraph from …Read More »