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Presidential Largesse : Buea IDPs Receive Their Quota With Gratitude

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in Buea have saluted the Presidential Couple to have thought of them at this festive period.  That the items they have received will be of great relief to them especially as most of them have been sleeping on bare cement floor joined with the...

Defence and Security: Promoted Officers Awarded Epaulets

Some 1,120 officers, non-commissioned officers and those of the rank and file promoted within the ranks of the defence forces have been awarded distinctions, epaulets and halos in a ceremony presided at by the Secretary of State in charge of the National Gendarmerie, Galax Etoga in the presence of...

Cameroon: Biya pledges to crush separatist activities in Anglophone regions – Journal du Cameroun

Published on 02.01.2020 at 11h02 by journalduCameroun The Head of State Paul Biya has promised to make use of the Cameroonian defence forces to suppress the “criminal activities” of separatist fighters in the crisis-hit North West and South West regions of the country. Addressing his fellow Cameroonians Tuesday December 31st, 2019...

Cameroon: Youths in Balikumbat go wild over separatists “excesses”

Published on 03.01.2020 at 10h32 by journalduCameroun Some youths in Balikumbat, Ngoketundjia Division of the North West region of Cameroon have staged a protest against what they have described as “excesses” from Ambazonia fighters in their area. According to reports, the protest staged under the guardians of the Cameroonian military took...

Conflict in Far North Cameroon suffer daily violence from both parties

Since fleeing her village three years ago after an armed attack, Yassoua Abba has struggled to make a living. MSF is taking care of one of her children who has acute malnutrition. October 2019. Image: Courtesy of MSF ...

Biya blames Anglophone crisis on country’s complex colonial past

-Reveals imminent implementation of Special Status for Anglophone regions By NOELA EBOB BISONG Paul Biya, President of the Republic of Cameroon has said the dilemma currently ongoing in his country, notably in its two English speaking regions, is rooted in the country’s complex colonial history. Biya, speaking during a debate platform...

UNDP Cameroon Launches Campaign For Gender Equality

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Paul Biya: “As you can see, a new Cameroon is taking shape”

The Head of State Paul Biya addressed the nation on Tuesday night in his traditional end of year speech in which he called on Cameroonians to remain steadfast and join him in promoting peace. Paul Biya projected to the the February 9...
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