The main production centre and office of Cameroon’s cosmetics market leader, Biopharma Laboratories situated at the Bassa Industrial zone, Douala, was visited by flames this night.
The fire which brokeout at 11:30pm Friday November 2nd affected the production centre.
Enormous material loss was incurred.
Management is yet to state the cause of the disaster and damage in a today’s announced press conference.
Cameroonians in the Diaspora have waged an endless war against musicians who fail join the Anti-Biya campaign.
In an ongoing move dubbed; “La Brigade Anti Sardinard”, they have resolved to frustrate several artists who announced their concerts in Europe.
Two widely publicised concerts by renowned Bikutsi singer, K’Tino and Makossa icon, Ben Decca have been disrupted in France.
Several of the artists, who supported Paul Biya during campaigns have postponed their trips while others have simply abandoned them.
Senator Kemende Henry of the SDF, has tabled a complaint to the appeal court of Bamenda over cases of arson, killings and gross human rights abuses allegedly committed by the Cameroonian military in Balikumbat subdivision in the North west region of Cameroon.
Officials of National Union For Democracy and Progress NUDP, have urged party supporters, to join in celebrating the CPDM victory during Paul Biya’s oath taking ceremony, Tuesday November 6th.
It is contained in a press release signed by the party’s Secretary General, Pierre Flambeau Ngayap.
The UNDP party rallied behind the CPDM in the October 7th presidential election in Cameroon.
The Address of the Senior Vice President of the Senate, Abubakari Abdulai during opening of the November senatorial session, Friday, focused on the just ended Presidential election. Speaking on behalf of Marcel Niat Njifendi, he applauded the Serenity which characterised the electoral period and termed it maturity from Cameroonians while emphasizing adding that, the Senate will support the government of President elect, Paul Biya in his drive towards nation building and national cohesion.
While declaring opened the 3rd Ordinary session of Parliament November 2 2018, Cavayegui Djibril, the speaker of the National Assembly touched the anglophone crisis;
He equally urged the government to punish those who want to destabilize the security state of Cameroon.
Louis Paul Motaze, Minister of Finance visited Douala November 2 2018, for a concertation with members of the Cameroon Employees Association and business men where he stipulated that some of the proposals of GICAM and some business men to boost growth, have been taken into consideration for the 2019 financial bill. The limping economic situation has been blamed on the Anglophone crisis
The medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) says violence between armed groups in the Central African Republic has forced more than 10,000 people to seek refuge at a hospital.
MSF says the clashes on Wednesday in Batangafo in the north of the country led to three camps for displaced people being set on fire as well as homes and a market.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has tweeted his support to the victims of today’s attack which killed seven people.
“I am mourning with deep sadness the martyrs who fell today at the hands of traitors who are trying to harm the tightly-knit fabric of the nation,” Sisi said.
Mozambican health authorities say despite a drop in malaria cases in the country, the figures are still alarmingly high.
There have been about six million cases of malaria reported in Mozambique between 1 January and 30 September this year, and more than 800 deaths.
The new figures represent a 17% reduction on last year.
FIFA WOMEN’S UNDER 17 WORLD::::URUGUAY 2019:
The female U-17 Lionesses of Cameroon have intensified preparations ahead of the FIFA Women’s U-17 World Cup in Uruguay. In their second warm up match played on Friday, against the champions of the Brazilian women’s football league, Corinthians, the Lionesses were hammered 1-goal-to-5 in Sorocaba. The lone goal for the U-17 Lionesses was scored by Thienny Nkoumou. The defeat comes days after the U-17 female squad of Brazil tortured the Lionesses by 6-0. While waiting for another warm up match against Ghana in the course of the week, the U-17 Lionesses will leave Sorocaba for Soa Paulo Saturday where they are to have a fitness test and their Sunday will be for relaxation. The U-17 Lioness lodged in Group C of the competition alongside the United States of America, North Korea and Germany will play their first match on November 14, 2018 against the United States of America. The Competition starts on November 13,2018 and it will be Cameroon’s second appearance at the competition after being eliminated during the group stages in the tournament that took place in Jordan in 2016.(Smart Njikang)