Over a dozen families have been rendered homeless in Buea Town quarter, South West region of Cameroon. Their houses were demolished this morning by agents of Buea Council for the construction of streets to ease movement in the locality.
Educationists are pointing accusing fingers at the consumption of drugs by students for the increase juvenile deliquency in schools. In Njombe, Littoral region, a student chopped off the hand of a school mate while another in Douala used a broken bottle to wound four students.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has offered medical equipment for the fight against COVID-19 to Cameroon. The ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Cameroon has handed the materials worth 913 million Francs cfa to the minister of public health Dr. Manaouda Malachie.
The University of Ngaoundere today showcased her technological know how in the nation’s capital, Yaounde. To the rector of the University, the move was aimed at marketing the University’s technology institute to policy makers, reason for it being hosted in Yaoundé and not Ngaoundere.
The vaccination of Cameroonians aged 18 and above against COVID-19 starts tomorrow throughout the national territory. Meanwhile, health workers say to be safe , people need to two doses of the same type of vaccine within a space of 21 days.
Two boys have been arrested in Douala for producing and selling fake communal and fiscal stamps to Cameroonians. The suspects say they carried out the act due to the lack of employment.
The opulation of Youpwe is demanding the removal of their chief. They protested this day with placards calling for the removal of His Majesty Samuel Bebe whom they accuse of undertaking the illegal commercialisation of land.