Pope Francis Met President Paul Biya of...

Pope Francis met with President Biya of the Republic of Cameroon during a private courtesy call at the Vatican on Thursday, reported by Vatican Radio. During the said meeting, the current good relationships between Cameroon and the Holy See were brought to mind and the same with the crucial contributions of the Church for the […]

Cameroonian President Paul Biya to Visit Italy

The Cameroonian president, Paul Biya, will have a state visit to Italy on March 20 until March 22, 2017 at the invitation of Italian president, Sergio Mattarella.  The visit was announced by Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, the Secretary General of the Office of the President, through a press release. The said state visit comes after almost […]

Yaounde, Major Cameroon Cities Plagued with Water...

Yaounde – On March 22, Wednesday, World Water Day will be observed, however Cameroon is among the countries which are not privileged to enjoy access to water. In Cameroon, residents in most cities are experiencing water cuts often; especially at schools. Students at Grace Nursery and primary school in the locality of Damas at Yaoundé, […]

Bamenda Food Market Burned Down, Cause Unknown

Fire at Bamenda Food Market occurred on early morning of Tuesday, March 14, 2017. At least ten shops at the Bamenda Food market have been burnt down with bags of sugar, rice, “Garri”, and other products vanished in the fire whose cause is yet unknown. Locals within the vicinity alleged that they saw odd light […]

Internet Surfing is Now a Crime in...

Internet surfing may soon become a crime in Southern Cameroon as police authorities deepen a crack down on citizens longing for internet connection. People who are in darn need of internet connection have to go to Fako and be in danger of getting caught by stalking police force. This is becoming a hide-and-seek situation between […]

Defense Force for Southern Cameroon Launched

A defense force was formed by the sovereign people of ex-British Cameroon. The purpose of the creation is to train, sensibilize young people to the formation of an armed front, to battle law enforcement military in the South-West and North-West regions. The newly-created force is neither an activist nor a revolutionary group, but only an […]

UN Security Council Visits Cameroon Regarding Ongoing...

UN Security Council’s 15-member delegation visits Cameroon on March 2, 2017 in connection with the Boko Haram crises, abuses on human rights, poor governance and climate change which create one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes. The UN delegation which composed of the organizations chief decision-making body look forward to rouse attention to the disaster affecting […]

$1.39M Lost on Cameroon Internet Outage

The internet blackout in Cameroon have caused for commerce to lose above $1.39 million which is now going on its fourth week. This information was disclosed by an alliance of human rights organizations that is monitoring the internet disruption. When the demonstrations of the teachers and lawyers became uncontrollable, the government of Cameroon in January […]