Month: April 2020

African Nations begin easing coronavirus lockdowns

Some African countrires have begun loosening coronavirus restrictions, with other countries watching closely to see how they might safely emerge from their lockdowns.  There are now more than over 33,000…

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Cameroon government should address the issue of Coronavirus in Prisons – Barrister Agbor Nkongho

There is urgent need for the Cameroon Government to address the issue of COVID-19 in Prisons, Barrister Agbor Nkongho says.  While the government has taken some measures - including the…

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Coronavirus: France is donating billions of FCFA to Cameroon and other African countries

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) has swept through Africa, medical experts are warning that it is just a matter of time before Africa would see an exponential increase in cases.  France…

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Ngarbuh Massacre: Cameroon Government Takes Blame, What Next?

Ngarbuh Massacre: Cameroon Government Takes Blame, What Next?

When president Paul Biya called for a probe into the 14 February massacre in Ngarbuh, it was not certain if results were going to be different from the preliminary investigations…

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Cameroon: COVID-19 E - learning hurdles for varsity students

Cameroon: COVID-19 E – learning Hurdles for Varsity Students

With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping through nations worldwide, Cameroon is not left out, reporting over 1000 cases as of April 23, 2020. As the Central African nation struggles to prevent…

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Madagascar set to launch traditional remedy for coronavirus

With no approved drugs for the new coronavirus, some Africans are considering traditional medication.  The use of medicinal plants as a fundamental component of the African traditional healthcare system is…

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Mistreatment of Africans in Guangzhou: Nigerian Politican says African leaders silent because of loans and grants from China

Mistreatment of Africans in Guangzhou: Nigerian Politican  says African leaders silent because of loans and grants from China  For about a week, Africans have called on their leaders to act now…

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Cameroon: Open letter from Prominent Lawyer to Colleagues over BEAC rejecting application-file in English from CAMPOST

A prominent lawyer in Cameroon has sent a letter addressed to colleagues, asking them to immediately get the author of a letter from BEAC Governor (Abbas Tolli); rejecting an application-file…

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164 have recovered from coronavirus in Cameroon

164 people have recovered from the deadly coronavirus (COVID -19), PM Dion Ngute confirmed on Thursday night.  However, over 300 persons are hospitalized with 30 persons breathing artificially with the…

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Cameroon/COVID19: Biya’s order to decongest prisons ‘deliberately’ excludes Anglophone Crisis detainees and political prisoners, Legal Experts say

A presidential decree in Cameroon ordering for the commutation and remission of prison sentences of inmates would send some prisoners home amid the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country. …

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