Barely a week after one of theirs gunned down a little kid on her way to school, the Gendermerie control post near the Buea Checkpoint market has been reestablished. Drivers plying the said road say nothing has changed, and they are still exploited financially by the officers.
At least 60 people were arrested today in Douala by the police for lack of National ID cards. The arrest comes after a security alert was sounded by the Regional Delegate for National Security warning of an imminent Ambazonian attack in the town.
Cameroon has been ranked 16th most attractive country for investors in Africa. The rankings were done by the Deloitte Firm and the Africa CEO. The top spot according to this rank belongs to Ivory Coast.
A collective of lawyers has written a letter against the forceful vaccination of citizens requesting public services. According to the lawyers, the law instituted by government officials violates citizens’ right to choice as vaccination is not compulsory.
Classes have continued unabated in the University of Bamenda as the count down to strike action by lecturers goes on. The University lecturers last week, made public a strike notification. Asking that their security be beefed up and roads to the school amended, they said the failure of authorities to do so in ten days, they shall embark on strike action.
The search for the self-styled general No Pity by elements of Cameroon’s defense forces has reached Boyo Division. Reports from Mbessa say elements of defense forces stormed the area today burning down homes and shooting at random.
Cameroon’s Volleyball Lionesses have demanded an increase in their bonuses from the Volleyball Federation. According to a letter signed by the team captain, the bonuses they have been offered are insignificant compared to their service to the nation.