Five militants of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) political party, have been released from the Kondengui Prison in Yaoundé. They were released by the court yesterday after being found not guilty of all charges. Forty-six others are expected to stand trial subsequently.
The biannual governors’ conference has come to a close in Yaounde. At the two-day event, governors under the leadership of Territorial Administration Minister, Paul Atanga Nji dwelled on a series of prospects including the upcoming African Cup of Nations. The ongoing conflict in the English-speaking Regions did not feature as a priority, despite the daily loss of lives.
Many have expressed their displeasure after the governors ignored the killings and burnings by soldiers in Bamenda during their conference in Yaounde. This has been exacerbated by the military denying that any burnings ever took place.
The Governor of the Far North Region, Midjiyawa Bakari today kicked off a 3-day visit to the town of Kousseri in the Logone and Chari division. His visit is in relation to the intertribal conflict between the Choa Arabs and the Mousgoum communities that has led to several deaths in the two villages.
A suspected thief survived jungle justice today in Maroua, Far North Region. The supposed criminal was beaten to near-death by a mob after he was found with a stolen phone. He was rescued by the forces of law and order.
Indomitable Lions’ forward, Clinton Njie has returned to the squad after being shortlisted today by Head Coach Antonio Conceiçao. He is amongst the 40-man preliminary squad selected ahead of the AFCON2022. The squad will however be trimmed to 30 in the days ahead.