97 more Cameroonians who were stranded abroad due to Covid-19 have landed in Cameroon early today Their return is part… Read More »Covid-19: 97 More Cameroonians Fly Home After Weeks Stranded Abroad
Cameroonian authorities have detained 6 members of the Survival Cameroon Initiative(SCSI) by Cameroon Renaissance Movement party-CRM. A note issued by… Read More »6 Members Of Kamto’s SCSI Detained As They Share Anti-Covid-19 Sanitary Kits
The body of young lady in her 20s has been discovered in Bali Nyonga, North West region of Cameroon. Earlier… Read More »Bali Nyonga: Girl In Her 20s, Brutally Tortured And Killed By Unknown Men
Within 24 hours, 40 people have died of covid-19 pandemic in Cameroon
As of May 7, 2020, 2,267 Covid-19 cases have been reported in Cameroon, 1,002 recoveries and 108 deaths.
Reacting to the outbreak, member of Parliament Honrobale Nourane Foster accused the governmemt of delaying a response to her request to act in the fight against Coronavirus in Cameroon.
“A request for authorization submitted 30 days ago by a member of Parliament has remained unanswered and is a SCANDAL! How do you want us to be Republicans if you can’t be objective workers too?” Nourane questioned in a Facebook post
Cameroon remains one of the hardest hit countries in Sub-Saharan Africa after South Africa
Some days ago Prime minister Dion Ngute announced recent measures including the opening of bars with the prerogative that customers observe social distancing and wear face masks, the lifting of orders for mandatory number of passengers per taxi and the suspension of general accounting audits.
But Covid-19 figures revealed by France trade advisers are different from those revealed by the Ministry of Public Health.
During the second month of the outbreak, health minister said on April 25, 2020, positive cases were 1,621 and 786 cured.
But the reports by France’s foreign trade advisers affirm that there were 1,396 confirmed cases with 350 deaths
Some weeks ago, we published a closed chat with a health source in Yaounde who revealed hidden stories and pointed reason that the government is concealing actual figures and cases of Coronavirus in Cameroon.
Read the reports below
May 5, 2020 Nkongho Felix Agbor, human rights advocate and leturer at the Faculty of Law and Political Science of… Read More »Full Letter: Agbor Nkongho Responds To UB’s Fast, Compulsory Convocation
IMF Executive Board Approves a US$226 million Disbursement to Cameroon to Address the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic May 4,… Read More »Covid-19: IMF Approves $226 Million To Cameroon
Cabral Libii, president of the PCRN Party has called out President Biya over his prolonged silence on the health crisis,… Read More »Cabral Libii Calls Out Biya: ‘This Same Way Of Governing Has Already Cost Us 4 Years Of Civil War’
Cameroonian politician, Honorable Jean Jacques Ekindi has announced his return to the ruling party, CPDM That he is stepping down… Read More »‘Lion Hunter’ Joins ‘Lion Man’: Jacques Ekindi Carefours Back To CPDM
Authorities in Cameroon have ordered the suspension of a University lecturer who set a question on the Anglophone crisis in his student exams
Human rights lawyer and teacher at the University of Buea, Felix Agbor Nkongho added a compulsory question to his March 3, 2020 assessment, on the course ‘Political and Constitutional History of Cameroon’
“The Anglophone crisis since 2016 was caused by the Teachers’ and Lawyers’ strike. Assess the validity of this statement” – question one on the exam paper read, requiring students to answer on a score of 40
In a release yesterday, the Minister of Higher Education ordered the vice Chancellor of the University of Buea, Prof Ngomo Horace Manga to put an end to Nkongho’s duties as lecturer