- Chaos in Kikaikom
- RHEDAC wants Justice Minister to
- UN worried about worsening humanitarian situation in Cameroon
- Ambazonia interim leaders on hunger strike.
1 There have been casualties on the sides of pro-independence fighters and the military following a fierce confrontation today in Kikaikom, Kumbo central subdivision Bui Division in the North West of Cameroon. Inhabitants who escaped to the forest for safety have told Mimi Mefo Info that some houses in the village were equally set ablaze.
2 The Network for the defense of human rights in central Africa-
3 As of June 2019, UN office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs says some 530.000 people have been displaced in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon since the conflict erupted in 2016. The body stresses that the humanitarian situation keeps deteriorating with incidents of killings, abductions and
4 The Cameroon Renaissance Movement Party has lost one 9f its prominent militants. Christophe Kamdem, second Vice President of the party in the West region is no more. In a release signed by the CRM National Communication Secretary, the militant died yesterday in Yaounde.
5 It has been a chaotic Wednesday in a village called Banten Nkum Sub division in Bui Division in the North West region. Residents say military men engaged a fierce battle the Ambazonian fighters in a bid to dislodge a camp belonging to the latter. Inhabitants have been expressing fears of heavy civilian casualties.
6 Ayuk Tabe Julius Sisiku and nine other Ambazonian interim leaders are on hunger strike. According to Barrister Fongo Edwin, one of the defending lawyers, the Nera 10 detainees started the strike at 10:00 pm yesterday. They are demanding the Cameroon government to show proof of life of Anglophone detainees taken out of Yaounde Central prison last week to the world. Mancho Bibixy and co were taken out of jail after the prison protest.
7 Lawyers defending Ayuk Tabe Julius Sisiku and others have criticized the number of ‘missing’ detainees of 177 given yesterday by the minister of communication. To the lawyers, 197 anglophone detainees were taken out of
8 Two men and a woman are on the run in Nkemkem Moungo division of the littoral region for allegedly stealing from a micro finance house
9 Dubai beer parlour at the Tsinga neighbourhood in Yaounde remains closed by security forces after a grenade explosion last night. Three persons wounded in the course of the explosion are receiving medical attention in hospitals in Yaounde. Security and administrative officials have not established who is responsible for the incident.The situation caused panic in the nation’s political capital Yaounde.
10 Well placed security, administrative and judicial authorities are taking up apartments in modern
11 About 15 people have been arrested in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, for defying a government order not to take to the streets to protest against former international football star and President George Weah. The group insisted on breaking through police lines to assemble, despite the fact that no permit had been issued to stage a protest, police added.
12 A pro-Iranian Shia group in Nigeria has announced that it is temporarily halting street protests to demand the release of its leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, who has been in detention since 2015. The announcement by the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) comes days after the government banned it, accusing of it of being violent – an allegation the group denies.
13 The destiny of the African Champions League is uncertain after the Court of Arbitration for Sport overruled the decision to replay the final.Tunisia’s Esperance and Morocco’s Wydad Casablanca lodged appeals after the Confederation of African Football decided to replay the second leg – both felt they should be awarded the win.