Cameroon’s Public Health Minister has appreciated efforts to control and counter coronavirus as the disease spreads across the world. Manaouda Malachie was at the Douala International Airport Thursday. He also chaired a meeting at the Laquintinie hospital with medical staff.
Makak, a locality in the Nyong and Nkelle of the Centre region was the centre of attraction this Tnursday after a 20-year-old boy stabbed his best friend to death. Reports say the deceased was punished for having an affair with his friend’s girlfriend. The alleged killer escaped mop justice and is under custody.
Suspected Boko Haram militants have decapitated HRH Bouba Mbirgé, Chief of the Yamgazama Moxogo village in the Far North region. His body was reportedly discovered this morning. Government has declared Boko Haram defeated, though the group’s attacks have multiplied in the country’s Far North region.
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) and the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) have in a joint statement called on parties to the conflict in the Anglophone regions of cameroon to uphold international human rights and international humanitarian law. Both organizations also urged state and non-state actors to cease all attacks on civilians without delay. According to the institutions, the crisis has taken a worrying turn, with an increasing number of reports of targeted attacks against civilians, property and violations of the humanitarian space. The instructions highlighted that more than 700,000 people are displaced, with nearly 1 million children out of school, and the humanitarian needs are worst.
Cameroonian journalist have been given the tools to take up investigative journalism inorder to better hold stakeholders to account for ill practices. This is the key objective of a seminar on investigative Journalism, ongoing in the City of Douala. The experts and trainees are coming from the United States of America. Journalists have described the training as enriching.
Female politicians in Cameroon are galvanizing efforts to sensitize the women folk in the country to celebrate women’s day in black. The movement led by CPP President, Kah Walla and the Stand Up For Cameroon Movement say only a political transition will liberate Cameroon from the current system. Kay Walla blames Cameroon’s current predicaments including the Anglophone crisis on the regime’s undemocratic practices and rights violations.
The Governor of the Littoral Region of cameroon has launched a war against urban disorder and poor sanitation in the city of Douala. Speaking during an operation keep Douala clean exercise, governor Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha Diboua promised hell to people doing business in unauthorized places in Douala
The mayor elect of Tiko Council has vowed to put an end to the long lasting Mutengene water problem. Chief Mesoso Peter was speaking to inhabitants of Mutengene as he embarked on a familiarization tour in his Municipality. The town of Mutengene is renowned for an age long water crisis, even with its geographically strategic position at the foot of mount Cameroon, a well known water shade
African Zone female footbalm Qualifyer ahead of the Tokyo Japan Olympic games 2020. The female lionessess of Cameroon have urged their Zambian female counterparts 3 goals to 2. The scores was recorded at an away leg match played thursday march 5th 2020 in Yaoundé
Complete Results of the 26th Day of play in the Elite One Championship in Cameroon.
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South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned that the coronavirus will turn into a “national crisis” and its impact will be “huge”. His warning came after the first case of the coronavirus was detected in South Africa. The patient is a 38-year-old man who visited Italy with his wife.
The families of dozens of people who were jailed for the killing of Laurent Kabila, the former leader of the Democratic Republic of Congo, have petitioned the authorities for their release. Mr Kabila was shot dead by a bodyguard in 2001. Almost 100 people were convicted for the killing by a military court, with no right to appeal. Twenty-four people were sentenced to death; the others jailed.
Three major conferences in Africa have been cancelled due to concerns over the coronavirus that has killed more than 3,000 people worldwide. One of them is the high-level ministerial conference organised by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, (UN-ECA) which was scheduled to be held from 18 to 24 March in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
French President, Emmanuel Macron says, the decision by Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara to stand down after end of his mandate should be a example for other leaders. President Ouattara took many by surprise Thursday after saying he will not run in October’s election, ending months of speculation over whether he would stand for a third term. He said he believed power should be passed to the younger generation. Macron has congratulated the Ivorian leader, for honouring his promise. Mr Ouattara – who is 78 – had hinted previously that he could run again if his traditional rivals put themselves forward as candidates.
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