• Acting President Sako’s Leadership: The emblem of Southern Cameroons Suffering and Pain

    Acting President Sako’s Leadership: The emblem of Southern Cameroons Suffering and Pain

    Before Acting President Sako Ikome took over control of the Southern Cameroons Interim Government, the Ambazonian resistance was well organized and had the active participation of Southern Cameroonians from the Republic of South Africa, Nigeria, Europe, the Scandinavia countries, the US and Canada. We had one authoritative television channel, a sea of refined Southern Cameroons […]

  • Former US Cardinal McCarrick defrocked for sex crimes

    Former US Cardinal McCarrick defrocked for sex crimes

    Former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been expelled by Pope Francis from the Roman Catholic priesthood after he was found guilty of sexual crimes against teenage boys and adult males, according to the Vatican. A Vatican statement on Saturday said the crimes of McCarrick, the Archbishop of Washington, DC, from 2001 to 2006, were made […]

  • Nigeria: Electoral Commission Postpones Elections, Cites Logistical Challenges

    Nigeria: Electoral Commission Postpones Elections, Cites Logistical Challenges

    The Independent National Electoral Commission has announced the postponement of the Presidential and National Assembly elections earlier scheduled for (Saturday) by one week. The commission rescheduled the Presidential and National Assembly Elections to Saturday, February 23, 2019 while the governorship, State Houses of Assembly and Federal Capital Territory Area Council polls earlier fixed for March […]

  • Ambazonia Crisis: Cameroon Medical Council Demands Tighter Security

    Ambazonia Crisis: Cameroon Medical Council Demands Tighter Security

    Cameroon National Medical Council on Tuesday urged the government to strengthen security in health centers in the two war-torn English-speaking regions of Southwest and Northwest following an attack on a hospital that resulted in four deaths. “The National Medical Council has made the Ministry of Public Health and higher authorities of our land to understand […]

  • 187 ex-jihadists surrender in Cameroon

    187 ex-jihadists surrender in Cameroon

    Nearly 200 Cameroonians who were members of Nigeria’s Boko Haram jihadist group have returned home and surrendered to the authorities after breaking with the organisation, the government said Thursday, reported AFP. A total of 187 former jihadists from the district of Mayo-Sava, in Cameroon’s Far North province, gave themselves up, many of them returning from […]

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