Users of Babadjou/Bamenda road in the North West region of Cameroon say the bad nature of the road in the area has become a nightmare for them and is an epitome of government’s neglect of the North West region. Last weekend, passengers trekked from Mile 2, Akum following the deplorable state of road. Users are calling on the Minister of public works and the government to intervene.
What will be the future of Cameroon’s economy as PM Dion Ngute is expected to meet members of a cartel of business men in Cameroon, GICAM? The head of government is expected in Douala, Cameroon’s economic capital tomorrow Tuesday. GICAM has earlier condemned a dubious judicial process in Cameroon saying it’s a hindrance to business in Cameroon.
Economists in Cameroon say GICAM would have imposed its pivotal position in the development of Cameroon when it finally holds talks with the head of government. Members of GICAM had earlier rejected the minister delegate at the Ministry of Justice and the director of taxation to address their problems. PM Dion Ngute will therefore be Cameroon’s first Prime Minister to address those who create wealth in Cameroon.
There is a timid preparation by Cameroonians ahead of the celebration of National Day on Thursday, May 20. To some Cameroonians, the cancellation of march-past activities to prevent the spread of coronavirus pandemic has dampened the effervescence.
Close to three hundred primary six pupils through out Cameroon are poised to write the government common entrance into form one tomorrow May 18th. In the North West region of Cameroon, some examination centers have been relocated in places considered secured for kids to write.
The Mayor of Touboro, Celestine Yandal has responded to allegations that he has mismanaged and embezzled funds of the municipality. The Mayor says it is a ploy to discredit his leadership. He also says investigations have been done and nothing found.
Villagers of Tadu, in Bui Division have escaped to bushes after a military invasion. The invasion has led to the death of three persons, and a dozen of houses and livestock burnt entirely.
Coton Sport de Garoua had registered a 1-0 win against ACF Jaraaf of Senegal at the first leg of the CAF Confederation cup. The win gives them an edge over their Senegalese opponents going into the second leg to qualify for the semis.
LGBTQ activist, Bar. Alice Nkom has criticised Government’s prosecution of gay persons in the country. According to her, LGBTQ persons in Cameroon are now living in constant fear and terror of the unknown.