Category: Cameroon

8 ‘slave workers’ return to Cameroon from Kuwait

Eight young Cameroonian women, who were working under inhumane conditions in houses in Kuwait, have returned home following the intervention of the foreign affairs ministry. They arrived Sunday night at…

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UN Watch director slams UNHRC for electing Cameroon and 9 others

An article from The Times of Israel says UN Watch Director, Hillel Neuer on Friday slammed the United Nations Human Rights Council for electing ten new members that are either…

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“True governance can only come with a man of God” – Frankline Ndifor

The Cameroon National Citizens Movement’s (CNCM) flag bearer had his first press conference after the October 7 Poll on Friday 11, 2018, at the party’s Headquarters in Bonaberi, Douala. Prophet…

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About Cameroon Today

“I am fine, I am at home” - Mayor of Kumbo The Mayor of Kumbo and first assistant Secretary General of the SDF, Njong Donatus Fonyuy told Gina Informs on…

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“We have not sent an international election observation mission to Cameroon,” – Transparency International.

Press Release. Transparency International confirms that it has no international election observation mission in Cameroon. A recent television report featuring individuals described as working for Transparency International is false and…

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Inhabitants of Ekona seek refuge in the bush after October 1 violence

Some villages in the restive anglophone regions of Cameroon are experiencing the largest mass displacement of people in a war as civilians flee fighting and oppression, a witness tells Gina Informs.…

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Cameroon October 7 polls: SDF posts representatives to all polling stations to avoid fraud

The main opposition party in Cameroon, SDF says it has successfully posted representatives to all polling stations in Cameroon. They will have access to counting of votes, consolidation of results…

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“The mistake the ambazonia movement made was to take up arms” – Kah Walla

The leader of Cameroon Peaople’s Party (CPP) one of the opposition parties in Cameroon that refused to be part of the October 7 poll says the mistake english separatist movements…

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Action is needed now in Cameroon, says UK Member of Parliament

Elizabeth Anne McInnes a British Labour Party politician has called for action on the degenerating situation in the English speaking regions of Cameroon. The 59 year old Member of Parliament…

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Presbyterian seminarians trapped in a gun battle between Separatist fighters and the military

A fierce gun battle at the Theological Seminary Kosala, Kumba, Southwest Region of Cameroon is endangering the lives of over a hundred seminarians and staff at the school campus, an…

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