• Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea reopen border after four months

    Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea reopen border after four months

    The Cameroon-Equatorial Guinea border has been officially re-opened, four months after it was closed following a foiled coup d’etat in the latter last December. Business people on both sides have welcomed the move that resulted from an agreement between administrative officials of the Kié-Ntem Province of Equatorial Guinea and the Ntem Valley Division of Cameroon. […]

  • Understanding the “Good Friday” Red Dragons attack on Governor Okalia convoy

    Understanding the “Good Friday” Red Dragons attack on Governor Okalia convoy

    Bernard Okalia Bilia, the Francophone governor of the South-West region braved the bad roads to the Lebialem County, one of the six constituencies in the Southern zone of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, at the end of the week to install the new prefect appointed on April 6 by President Biya, when his convoy came […]

  • Mosque bombings kill three in Nigeria

    Mosque bombings kill three in Nigeria

    Two bomb attacks have killed three Muslim worshipers at a mosque in the town of Bama in the northeast Nigerian state of Borno. Media reports stated that the suspected militants, a man and a woman, detonated their explosives inside the mosque during morning prayers on Saturday in Borno state. The pair “blew themselves up in […]

  • US gov’t says Cameroon forces in gross abuse over Anglophone, Boko Haram crisis

    US gov’t says Cameroon forces in gross abuse over Anglophone, Boko Haram crisis

    Cameroon security forces have been cited as engaging in significant human rights abuse in respect of armed combat they are engaged in across three regions of the country, a United States government report has said. The Central African nation is beset by Boko Haram insurgency in its Far North region whiles the Anglophone crisis continues […]

  • Arsene Wenger’s African legacy after 22 years at Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger’s African legacy after 22 years at Arsenal

    As news broke that Arsene Wenger is to leave English club Arsenal at the end of the season, there was an immediate outpouring of affection for the manager from African fans and players alike. From current Liberia President George Weah at Monaco to Wenger’s last signing at Arsenal – Gabon’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – the Frenchman […]

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