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Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Biya Should Open Dialogue On Form Of State- John Mbah Akuroh

Compelling Reasons Why Biya Should Immediately Open Dialogue on the Form of the State Sometime ago, a news publication (Cameroon Tribune) quoted President Paul Biya as saying he would like to be remembered as the man who “brought democracy” to Cameroon. That sentence or call it a declaration was scorned by many and some were […]

Imagine Macron Inviting Biya To Elysee

Imagine Macron Inviting Biya To Elysee

If opinion polls are anything to go by, then Emmanuel Macron will be the next president of France come next May 7 after the run off with Far Right candidate Marine Le Pen. That would make him the youngest president in French history ever at the age of 39. By African standard he is a toddler […]

After Years in Prison, Cameroonian to Walk Free

After Years in Prison, Cameroonian to Walk Free

  New Delhi, 25th April 2017: A Cameroonian national who was kept in Rajasthan jail for 16 months after completing his sentence is finally being released and is scheduled to go home tomorrow. The projected release of 45 year old Sergelain Alain Betegue marks the culmination of joint efforts between the Ministry of External Affairs, […]

Leaked report reveals WWF knew about “Pygmy” abuse

Leaked report reveals WWF knew about “Pygmy” abuse

An internal report commissioned by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) into the impact of its conservation work in Cameroon on Baka “Pygmies” has been leaked after WWF denied it existed. It reveals: – WWF knew that the Baka had not been consulted over the national parks which have taken over their land. However, the organization has since maintained publicly that there was “a high level of … community consent.” […]

Cameroon must urgently free the internet in Anglophone regions – UN expert

Cameroon must urgently free the internet in Anglophone regions – UN expert

Cameroon should immediately reverse the ‘‘appalling violation of their (citizen’s) right to freedom of expression,” in its Anglophone regions by restoring internet access, a United Nations expert has said. Internet service has been cut since mid-January 2017 following a series of anti-government protests in the regions. According to David Kaye, Yaounde was breaking international laws […]

Internet shutdown costs $1.39m (860M FCFA)

Internet shutdown costs $1.39m (860M FCFA)

A coalition of rights groups monitoring internet outage has disclosed that Businesses in Cameroon have lost over $1.39 million (860M Francs) as the internet shutdown in the country enters a fourth week. The government ordered the suspension of internet services to the English speaking North-west and South-west since January 18 as lawyers’ and teachers’ strike escalated […]

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