• Former Boko Haram Hostages Stranded at Cameroon-Nigeria Border

    Former Boko Haram Hostages Stranded at Cameroon-Nigeria Border

    Boko Haram’s renewed campaign of suicide bombings in Far North Cameroon has bred suspicion that remains even as attacks have died down. Local communities are currently blocking 400 former Boko Haram hostages from returning home. Hundreds of former Boko Haram hostages and fighters are lining up to be served food at Mozogo, on Cameroon’s northern […]

  • Ongoing Genocide in Southern Cameroons: Prof  Samuel Wara Tita appeals for help

    Ongoing Genocide in Southern Cameroons: Prof Samuel Wara Tita appeals for help

    The Southwest Coordinator, Southern Cameroonians in Nigeria (SCINGA), and member, Southern Cameroonian United Front (SCACUF) Relief and Welfare Committee, Professor Samuel Tita Wara, in a chat with The Guardian spoke on the crisis in Cameroon and the plight of the people of Southern Cameroon. What is the scope of the devastation/casualties in the ongoing crisis […]

  • 5 former US presidents attend hurricane relief concert

    5 former US presidents attend hurricane relief concert

    Five former US presidents have attended a concert held in Texas to raise money for victims of devastating hurricanes that have swept through southern United States and Caribbean, amid criticism  of the Trump administration’s inadequate response. Former presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George H.W. Bush and Jimmy Carter appeared onstage at Texas A&M […]

  • Cameroon: Monarch Goes Home to Bid Farewell to Friends and Family

    Cameroon: Monarch Goes Home to Bid Farewell to Friends and Family

    The Republic of Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya, on October 21 landed at the country’s main international airport in Yaounde where he was welcomed by his entire government and many ruling party supporters. He received in audience the eighty-three-year-old senate president, Marcel Nyat Njifenji, who is a long-time friend of the ailing president and a stalwart […]

  • War is morphing in Africa after Niger ambush

    War is morphing in Africa after Niger ambush

    US Defense Secretary James Mattis has told lawmakers in Congress that the American military is shifting its counterterrorism strategy in Africa and will expand military operations in the continent. Mattis told two senior members of the Senate Armed Services Committee on Friday that the Pentagon will expand the ability to use lethal force against suspected […]

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