- CRM VP tortured and wounded in detention.
- 9 shops torched at Douala market
- Government wages war against roadside drugs
- Zimbabwe’s minister of tourism arrested.
1 An uneasy calm reigns in Banga Bakungu Meme division in the South West region of Cameroon after yesterday’s confrontation between amba boys and the military that resulted to several casualties. An
2 The first vice president of Cameroon Renaissance Movement party has been decrying torture meted on him by the military. Lawyers finally met Mamadou Mota yesterday over 72 hours since he was taken out of Yaounde central prison on Monday night.He sustained injuries and an arm fracture according barrister Crepin Ndjodoh.
3 Victims of last night’s fire disaster at Citè de Palmier market in Douala have been decrying enormous damages incurred. In a visit to the market this afternoon, the D.O of Douala 5 was told that the fire broke out at about 3:30 am this morning. At least nine shops have been burnt down. This is the second fire incident in the market in less than six month. Traders are pointing accusing fingers at poor electrical connections.
4 Some Cameroonians think one of the glaring
5 A greater part of activities in Abobang in the
6 The fight against the commercialization of roadside drugs in Cameroon starts at the level of sensitization.Workers at the delegation of public health in the east region have visited some markets in Bertoua explaining the dangers of selling roadside drugs to the people. They explain the poor exposure of drugs and the sale of expire ones that causes more health issues with consumed.
7 Members of FECAFOOT are mapping strategies of how to fight corruption in the football association. At the opening session of the general
8 The government of Saudi Arabia has issued a decision not to give visas to
9 Zimbabwe’s tourism minister Prisca Mupfumira has been charged with abuse of office in an apparent new crackdown on corruption. She is the first serving minister in President Mnangagwa’s government to be arrested. The charges relate to her previous role as minister of labor and social welfare responsible for a state pension fund.
10 Former Sierra Leone Football Association official Abu Bakarr Kabba has become the latest person to be sanctioned by Fifa.He has been banned for five years and fined $50,000 (£40,000) for violating Fifa’s Code of Ethics.
11 The Kenyan authorities will include an intersex category, along with “male” and “female”, in the section on gender in next month’s census, an official from the statistics bureau has confirmed.It will form part of efforts to gather data on the number of intersex people in the country.