A 70-seat bus belonging to General Voyages was involved in an accident today along the Yaoundé-Douala highway. The accident is believed to have been caused by overspending. No life was lost.
SDF Parliamentarian, Joshua Osih has reportedly spoken against the planned protest organized by Honorable Jean Michel Nintcheu, Littoral SDF Regional Chairman in Douala. According to him, the protest could jeopardize the AFCON tournament, which he says is for Cameroonians and not for President Paul Biya.
At least 30 patients have been freed from the Yaoundé Gyneco-Obstetrics Hospital by the Minister of Public Health, Dr. Manaouda Malachie. According to him, it is a gesture from the Presidential couple to assist the poor as they cross over into the year 2022.
AFCON 2022 tickets have officially gone on sale today across all the host cities in Cameroon. Further information says that a restriction to the stadiums has been set for 80% when the host nation plays and 60% for other games.
Staff of the Cameroon Radio and Television, CRTV today held a meeting to plan the coverage of the African Cup of Nations due for January 9. Among issues discussed at the session chaired by the General Manager were the production and transfer of signals, work schedule, work ethics, Covid-19, and vaccination.
Residents of Buea and Limbe in the South West region have decried what they say is increased harassment from security officers. The officers, some say, have been carrying out indiscriminate arrests and detentions. The number of security forces deployed to towns linked with hosting the AFCON is said to have witnessed an increase as the tournament draws nearer.