Month: February 2020

Cameroon denounces HRW’s report on Ngarbuh Massacre, says researchers didn’t visit the area

The spokesperson of Cameroon’s government Minister Rene Emmanuel Sadi has slammed a Human Rights Watch report that accuses the Cameroon military of killing, beating and burning civilians in a village…

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Nigeria: Africa’s most populous nation records first Coronavirus case in Subsaharan Africa

Nigeria’s Ministry of Health has confirmed a coronavirus(Covid-19) case in Lagos State Nigeria. The case which was confirmed on February 27, 2020 is the first case to be reported in…

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President Biya orders probe into Ngarbuh Massacre

The governor of the Northwest Region Adolphe Lele Lafrique disclosed Thursday during a working visit to Ntumbaw village in Ndu, Donga Mantung Division of the North West region, that President…

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“FACEBOOK STRIKES AGAIN – THE ATTEMPT TO SILENCE AFRIC”

The Association for Free Research and International Cooperation, AFRIC, was one of the billions of accounts that were silenced in late October 2019, by Facebook administration branding them as ‘’fake…

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Cameroon: Kamto proposes solutions for a return to normalcy in the English speaking regions

A Cameroonian politician who stayed away from the February twin elections and caused many Cameroonians to boycott has vowed he will not relent his efforts to fight for change on…

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Ngarbuh Massacre was an attempt to punish villagers for living with Ambazonians – Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch says it is putting together information from an investigation they carried out, a week after the Ngarbuh massacre that left 21 civilians including a pregnant woman and…

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How can the media, the AU, and the west be silent about the situation in South Cameroons? – Jerry John Rawlings

Former Ghanaian president Jerry John Rawlings has joined his voice to others to say the rest of the world is not giving attention to the unending violence and suffering in…

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Ngarbuh Massacre: Cameroon Government Takes Blame, What Next?

Outrage and Condemnation after Valentine’s Day Massacre in Ngarbuh

Condemnation and outrage have followed the gruesome killings of innocent children and civilians in Ngarbuh, Donga Mantung division, Northwest region of Cameroon on a day kept aside to celebrate love…

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Anglophone Crisis: Cameroonian refugees arrive Nigeria with gunshot wounds – UNHCR

At least 8,000 Cameroonian refugees have fled to Nigeria’s eastern and southern states of Taraba and Cross Rivers for the past two weeks, bringing the total Cameroonian refugee population in…

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Cameroon’s military accused of burning dozens of houses in damning Amnesty International report

Cameroon’s military has been accused of carrying out violent acts in several areas of the restive anglophone regions in a damning Amnesty International report that alleged the army was responsible…

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