Month: December 2019

UNICEF terms 2010’s deadly decade for children in conflict ridden areas

The United Nations has termed the past 10 years a “deadly decade” for children, as conflicts around the world are lasting longer and claiming more young lives. UNICEF reports that since 2010,…

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Ghana: Presidency announces nation to drop the Cedi for the Eco

Ghana’s presidency said Saturday, December 28, that the nation is determined to do what it takes to soon join member states of the West African Economic and Monetary Union in…

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Khashoggi case: UN wants an independent and impartial investigation

The United Nations Secretary-General has reiterated the importance of an independent and impartial investigation into Jamal Khashoggi’s murder case, in order to ensure a complete human rights violation investigation and…

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The Association of Young Muslim Entrepreneurs in Cameroon prays for peace and stability

By Clarisse WIYDORVEN The past years have been very turbulent for the Republic of Cameroon. Since the eruption of the Anglophone crisis in the North-West and South-West regions and the…

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Cameroon/2020 twin elections: Jean – Jacques Ekindi frowns at calls for polls boycott

The national president of the Progressive Movement Party (Mouvement Progressive, MP) says Cameroonians must elect their representatives, in February 2020 to address the difficulties and challenges the nation and the…

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Cameroon/Anglophone Crisis: “I had to brave the odds to pursue my undergraduate studies” – Paul Njie, JMC’s best graduating student

Paul Njie - best graduating student, department of Journalism and Mass communication, University of Buea Paul Njie is one of the many students who braved the odds to go to…

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African Nationals travelling to Nigeria to get visas at point of entry from 2020

Nigeria has announced that other Africans nationals travelling to the country from January 2020 will get visas at the point of entry. The announcement was made by the West African…

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E-Tickets: A Revolution in the Events Industry

While still in its Beta, a new mobile and web app is already witnessing heavy adoption by event organizers in the Country. What intrigues us is not so much the…

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Sudan PM’s visit to USA leads to exchange of ambassadors between both nations for the first time in 23 years

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok is in the USA with a high-level Sudanese delegation to show the world, the UN and the USA in particular how much his country has…

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Macron summons G5 leaders to France, wants them to clarify stance on presence of French troops in region

President Emmanuel Macron on Wednesday urged leaders of the G5 Sahel (Mali, Burkina Faso, Chad, Niger, and Mauritania) to dismiss growing anti-French sentiment across the region if they wanted France's…

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