Calm is yet to return to normal in Buea following yesterday’s protests. While many businesses resumed operations today, many are still calling on government to take action against military extortion and brutality.
Lecturers at the University of Bamenda are currently undergoing training in ICT use. This, officials say, is part of efforts to encourage the use of digital devices for academic purposes.
The Bishop of Buea Diocese, Michael Bibi has joined his voice to many others to condemn the shooting to death of a 6 year old in Buea yesterday. He has also announced a funeral mass for the deceased in the days ahead.
A man has been arrested at Meyomessala for decapitating his sister-in-law. The act was committed on Saturday because the lady sold a piece of land to bail her husband out of jail.
Former Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs of the U.S, Tibor Nagy has condemned the killing of the 6 year old girl in Buea. He blamed the state for normalising corruption, which is at the center of the situation in the South West Region.
Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute has today completed a working visit in the North Region. While in the Region, he laid the foundation stone for the construction of a new plant for the production of cement and clinker in Figuil.
A Cameroonian by name Ngwa Elvis has died in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Cameroonians in Congo say they haven’t been able to contact the deceased’s family to inform them of his demise