Johnson Awa


Johnson is head of our cultural team. WIth a degree from the famous University of Dschang, Johnson has gained lots of experience from 9 years of writing about the culturally rich western region of Cameroon, Africa to many news outlets as a freelance journalist.


To contact Mr. Awa directly please write to johnsonawa [at] cameroon-today.com


Alternatively, use the contact us form provided and put the authors name on the subject line.

Miles Boyz


Miles is an international freelance Journalist and helps guide the team on various issues relating to web journalism and so on.


What is striking about Miles is his ability to multitask – between family, journalism and working for a huge project like ours. Seems like his days consist of 48 hours not 24.

Miles Boyz for Cameroon News
Miles Boyz for Cameroon News


To contact Mr. Boyz directly please write to milesboyz [at] cameroon-today.com

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Feel free to write to us directly using the contact form on the Contact Us page.


Regina Ngwi

Regina is a born organizer – with a contagious zeal for hard-work, patience and learning, she is always pointing us into new directions. She is one of those that people just gather around as she starts talking during breaks. Regina is our editor and specializes on finance and development in Cameroon Africa.

Mrs. Ngwi has over three years of journalistic experience with the local network station, thanks to the Media liberalization efforts underway in Cameroon. In addition, Mrs. Ngwi is a consultant and freelancer for regional newspapers.

To contact Mrs. Ngwi directly please write to reginangwi [at] cameroon-today.com

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Abigail Saah

Abigail holds a degree in from the sole anglosaxon styled university in Cameroon, Africa, the University of Buea, hosted by the provincial capital of the South West Province of Cameroon. Mrs. Saah covers all health related aspects of our work. We fondly call her “Dr. Abi”. Her journalistic skills has been called upon with the latest cases of cholera outbreak in Buea, and the Fako division of Cameroon Africa.

To contact Abigail directly please write to abigailsaah [at] cameroon-today.com

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Mary Teboh

Mary Teboh has over two years of journalisitc freelance writing over the web. Writing is her passion.

To contact Mrs. Teboh directly please write to maryteboh [at] cameroon-today.com

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Richard Muluh

Richard is a graduate of   the University of Yaounde I, in Yaounde – the political capital city of Cameroon, Africa. Richard enjoys traveling and spends most of his vacations out of Cameroon visiting other Africa nations and Europe. He always has a unique point of view to every topic being discussed. Richard specializes on culture, history and travel as relates to Cameroon, Africa.

To contact Mr. Muluh directly please write to richardmuluh [at] cameroon-today.com

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Rene Oyono

Rene is part of our panel of journalist dedicated to hot political events in Cameroon. Rene has a passion for the central and northern region of Cameroon, where he originates from and is very verse with the people, customs and traditions. As a journalist in Cameroon, Rene welcomes the challenges and uniqueness of his work.

To contact Mr. Oyono directly please write to reneoyono [at] cameroon-today.com

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   179.  5 Million to Strengthen and Improve Cameroon’s National Electricity Network (0)
   180.  Hugo Broos Convinces Matip Back for Fights Against Nigeria (0)
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