Over 1,000 women have assembled in Yaounde for a peace conference. They stem from all ten regions of the country and will be meeting for three days.
Preparations have heightened ahead of the graduation ceremony of the ICT University in Yaounde. Among those to be present at the weekend’s event is Nigeria’s former president
Movements on the road between Bali Nyonga and Bamenda has been blocked for days now. Separatists fighting for a breakaway state called Ambazonia have said any vehicle leaving Bamenda to Bali Town, is doing so at its own risk. They are responding to a bann on the circulation of bikes in the village by authorities. Traders, locals have been greatly affected. Details on www.mimimefoinfos.com.
Residents in the city of Bamenda are worried over state of roads in their town. This they say is due to the halting of major works within the city that started earlier this year.
Ndang Denis, Mayor of Fundong council has vowed to rebuild structures in Fundong destroyed in the ongoing crisis. With the armed conflict still ongoing, many wonder how he will pull off the feat.
Cameroonian boxer, Yegnong Njieyo has been knocked out of the Olympic games tournament in Tokyo. He becomes Cameroon’s fifth athlete to be eliminated from the tournament.
A man is confirmed to have died in detention in Pouma. He was summoned to the Gendarmerie after a complaint against him by his companion, but died in detention.
The Confederation of African Football has reiterated it’s decision to hold the AFCON draws in August. However, instead of the 15th, it will be on the 17th of August.
A collaborative project between Cameroon and Nigeria to build a two way bridge linking both countries has been completed in Mfum village, Ekok. The cost of construction was equally shared between both countries.