Europe

National Telegraph Maps Top 35 World Politicians Infected With COVID-19.

By Sarah Mazirwe – Kampala, Uganda, and Eric Tataw – Washington DC, USA, Saturday, March 28, 2020. Half a billion people across the world are believed to have confined in their homes following the COVID-19 pandemic that roamed since December 2019. Even clubs and spots were some would usually flood to sip liquors and spirits and gaze admiringly at some pulchritudinous …

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Cameroon Embassy In Russia Disgraced Over ‘Organised’ Passport Mafia, Police Pulling Over Consul For DUI.

By Eric Tataw – Washington DC, USA – Tuesday, December 17, 2019. Mahamat Paba Sale – Cameroon Ambassador to Russia. The third in command at the Embassy of Cameroon in Russia was last week intercepted by the police for driving under the influence of alcohol, a source at the Embassy in Moscow, Russia’s capital has told National Telegraph. Our whistleblower …

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15-Year-Old Cameroonian Activist Wins 65M CFA At International Children’s Peace Prize.

By Eric Tataw – Washington DC, USA, Friday November 22, 2019. Cameroonian Activist, Divina Maloum receives the International Children’s Peace Prize from Indian children’s rights activist and 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Kailash Satyarthi. A Cameroonian activist who championed crusades for the rights and education of children in the Central African country of Cameroon targeted by the Boko Haram Terrorist …

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This Is What EU Said That’s Most Vexing To Ambazonians!

By Eric Tataw – Monday October 14, 2019. Hans-Peter Schadek Ambassador/Head of the EU Delegation to Cameroon. The European Union has adopted an 8-point conclusion on the just-ended National Dialogue in the Central African country, Cameroon. In a statement dated Monday October 14, 2019, the EU says it welcomes the halting of prosecution by the military courts of Maurice Kamto …

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German MP Ignores Biya’s Call For Dialogue, Presses For Sanctions, Suspension Of Financial Assistance.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday September 12, 2019. Cameroon’s President has called for a national dialogue at the end of September, 2019. Paul Biya made the call during a rare address on national television, late Monday September 10, 2019. The address indicates dialogue would begin from the end of September this year. “That is why I have decided to convene, …

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Cho Ayaba Defends Doctorate In London.

Cho Ayaba Defends Doctorate In London.

By Susan Penn – Wednesday July 10, 2019. Dr. Cho Ayaba Lucas just earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Rights from Middlesex University in London, England. The Global Academic Society has officially welcomed a new PhD holder, Cho Ayaba Lucas, from Middlesex University, a public university in Hendon, North-west London, England. The Faculty of Law in the UK-based institution …

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Cameroon Military Kills Another Civilian In Malende Hours After Bamenda Incident.

Cameroon Military Kills Another Civilian In Malende Hours After Bamenda Incident.

By Eric Tataw – Thursday June 13, 2019. Elements of the Cameroon military typically dress like this. Another innocent civilian has been shot and killed by elements of the Cameroon military, locals in Malende, a restive town in Cameroon’s South West Region where the incident took place have told National Telegraph. Locals say the town was calm until the military …

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British PM Theresa May Resigns June 7.

British PM Theresa May Resigns June 7.

By Beltha Mokube – Friday May 24, 2019 Theresa May, British Prime Minister has announced her resignation for June 7, 2019. A British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016, Theresa May has announced she would resign as leader of the Conservative Party, National Telegraph has learned. May explained in …

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