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 »
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 »
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 – 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 »
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 »
By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 3, 2019. Prof Patrice Nganang Prof Alain Patrice Nganang, a Cameroonian writer, poet and University Don in the US has received a special open appeal from Cameroon’s Minister of Labour and Social Security, Wednesday July 3, 2019, National Telegraph has learned. Minister Grégoire Owona said Patrice is asking the Bamilekes, a tribe in Cameroon’s …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Wednesday July 3, 2019. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe Julius is leader of the Ambazonia Independence Movement. A group of US citizens from at least two African countries; Cameroon and Nigeria have said Karen Bass stands a chance of entering a special place in World History on the ongoing armed conflict in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions. The Democratic …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Tuesday July 2, 2019. Karen Bass talking with Cameroon’s PM, Joseph Dion Ngute. A Democratic Member of the United States Congress, Karen Bass, serving as the U.S. Representative for California’s 37th congressional district has told the a representative of Paul Biya, Cameroon’s President since 1982 to negotiate with armed separatists in the country’s two English-speaking regions, …Read More »
By Eric Tataw – Thursday June 20, 2019. Talla Barthélémy was 61 when his own son killed him on June 20, 2019. A 22-year-old boy who killed his father in Cité Verte, a neighborhood in Nkongsamba, Moungo Division of Cameroon’s Littoral Region has voluntarily returned home after he was declared at large, National Telegraph has been told. The body of …Read More »