• French Cameroun soldiers are setting houses on fire in Southern Cameroons

    French Cameroun soldiers are setting houses on fire in Southern Cameroons

    Troops loyal to the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime have reportedly been destroying villages in both Menchum and Manyu Counties in Southern Cameroons despite claims by the Swiss government that it was seeking ways to end the Ambazonia conflict. There has not been any strong international condemnation and protests from the AU, EU including the […]

  • Ambazonia Interim Gov’t Hails Leader’s Decision To Evacuate Muyuka Family

    Ambazonia Interim Gov’t Hails Leader’s Decision To Evacuate Muyuka Family

    Ambazonia Vice President Dabney Yerima and members of the Southern Cameroons Interim Government have thrown their weight behind President Sisiku Ayuk Tabe’s decision to move the Muyuka family whose baby was killed recently into an undisclosed neighboring country. As of Friday noon, Vice President Dabney Yerima including the Secretary for Communications, Milton Taka had signed […]

  • Medical plane evacuating Biya to Luxemburg

    Medical plane evacuating Biya to Luxemburg

    A medical plane from Luxemburg has landed in Yaounde to airlift an important authority. It is rumored that the plane has been brought into the country by the Presidency of the Republic. Sources at the presidency have hinted that the ‘Monarch’ may be down again, but cannot head to Switzerland where he is no longer […]

  • US to launch surveillance-intelligence initiative in Persian Gulf

    US to launch surveillance-intelligence initiative in Persian Gulf

    The United States is preparing to develop a new surveillance and intelligence initiative with its allies to ensure what it calls “free and open passage” for ships in the Persian Gulf amid increased tensions in the region, according to a top US military official. This comes a day after Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) […]

  • Chadians back on social media after 16 months net blockade

    Chadians back on social media after 16 months net blockade

    For sixteen odd months, Chadians were cut off social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp – with the main government justification hinged on protecting internal security. No amount of appeals, protestations and even a legal challenge succeeded in getting connection to be restored to internet users. In March 2019, an Appeals Court struck out […]

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