Nigerian Refugees from Cameroon Forced to Return...

Nigerian refugees are being compelled to return by Cameroon authorities to their cataclysmic north-eastern Nigerian regions and this concerns the United Nations. In spite of the newly signed tripartite agreement with the intention of ensuring that the returns are deliberate. This year, about 1,600 refugees are forced to return back to Nigerian villages near the […]

Sharia Law to be Imposed by Boko...

Sharia law according to the leader of Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau, will be established among the radicals in Cameroon, Benin, Nigeria, Mali, Niger and Chad who have expressed their allegiance to ISIS (an Islamic State group). A 27-minute video presented by Boho Haram was shown on Friday by local media wherein the militant group seems […]

UNHCR Representative for Cameroon Appointed

Early March, UNHCR (United Nations High Commission for Refugees) appointed a representative for Cameroon. Kouassi Lazare Etien, the newly assigned representative for Cameroon offered his documentations to the Cameroonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The new UNHCR envoy for Cameroon spent four years in Bangui as the diplomat in the Central African Republic of the said […]

Women in Cameroon Promote Wider Political Involvement

Yaoundé, Cameroon – Women in Cameroon were advised by civil society groups in line with year’s International Women’s Day to enlist and vote for the proliferation of wider participation of women in decision making in their localities. Gracia Fonyuy, singer and gender activist, make use of her voice to persuade women in Yaoundé to assert […]

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 […]

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 […]

Pygmies in Cameroon Victims of Forest Dispute

Baka pygmies in Cameroon are victims of “ecoguards” abuses. In a far area in Central African rainforest, two main charity groups are in dispute against the future of about 50,000 pygmies who are inflicted with hunger, poverty and alcoholism after they were forced to leave their lands to protect the gorillas and elephants. Since wildlife […]

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