• Congo-Brazzaville: Cabinet resigns amid financial woes

    Congo-Brazzaville: Cabinet resigns amid financial woes

    The Republic of the Congo’s President Denis Sassou Nguesso cleared the decks Thursday with the office announcement of the resignation of the government ahead of crucial talks with the International Monetary Fund. Prime Minister Clement Mouamba’s government had presented its resignation on Wednesday, said a statement from the president’s office. The announcement came two weeks […]

  • Africa Mercy Ship sails to La Republique

    Africa Mercy Ship sails to La Republique

    A US based humanitarian Organization; Africa Mercy Ships will from 17th August begin free health care services nationwide. A team of healthcare volunteers arrived Douala with sufficient medications and medical equipment. The medical staff plans to carryout surgeries including facial deformities, reconstructive plastic surgery, and corrections to vision impairments, obstetric fistula, orthopedic surgery and dental […]

  • Biya’s secret torture chambers exposed

    Biya’s secret torture chambers exposed

    In July 2017, Amnesty International exposed Cameroon in a report on torture chambers used against suspected Boko Haram supporters and members. It was a classic case of good motives irreparably stained by macabre methods. Similar methods have been employed by the United States of America in Guantanamo Bay and Amnesty International alleges some American officials […]

  • US military chiefs defy Trump on Charlottesville

    US military chiefs defy Trump on Charlottesville

    Commanders of the US Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps have publicly condemned the recent outburst of “hatred” and “extremism” during a gathering of white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, challenging President and Commander-in-Chief Donald Trump who refuses to denounce the inherently racist groups. “The Army doesn’t tolerate racism, extremism, or hatred in our ranks,” […]

  • Kenya: Odinga accepts to settle poll dispute in top court

    Kenya: Odinga accepts to settle poll dispute in top court

    Kenya’s opposition leader Raila Odinga has finally accepted to pursue his claims of fraud in the recent presidential election at the country’s top court. Odinga, who had previously refused to seek a Supreme Court decision on the dispute about the August 8 election, said on Wednesday that he would submit his evidence to the court to […]

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