ELECAM – 21 Candidates Qualify For Cameroon’s Presidential Election. The Electoral Board of Elections Cameroon (ELECAM), the independent body to henceforth govern all electoral operations and referenda in Cameroon, has published the list of 21 candidates qualified to run for the October 9, 2011 presidential election.
ELECAM – Cameroon’s Leading Opposition, the Social Democratic Front (SDF) Finally Joins Voters Registration. Cameroon’s leading opposition party, the Social Democratic Front (SDF) that had hitherto reiterated the declaration that there will be no elections in Cameroon under the present dispensation of the elections managing institution, Elections Cameroon (ELECAM), has finally accepted to join the voter registration process.
Cameroon Education – Japan To Build 190 Classrooms in North West Cameroon. The government of Japan will build 190 classrooms in 29 primary schools in the North West Region of Cameroon, estimated to cost FCFA 5.4 billion.
The Cocoa farmers in Cameroon aim at bringing down the use of pesticides so as to lower Pesticide Residues.
The citizens of Bamenda celebrated the National Day in great pomp and splendor.
Ni John Fru Ndi: Cameroon’s leading opposition party, Social Democratic Front (SDF) wants all the six new members of the Electoral Board of the country’s elections governing institution, Elections Cameroon (ELECAM).
Cameroon Cooperative Union’s surpasses challenges, by increasing the number of members.
Lake Nyos: Cameroon Government Lays Pipes In Lake Nyos
Aid For Bambalang Victims
Cameroon Africa: Controlling Carnal Instincts