• Nigeria police ‘kill’ protesters in Lagos after curfew imposed

    Nigeria police ‘kill’ protesters in Lagos after curfew imposed

    Several protesters were killed by Nigerian security forces in Lagos on Tuesday, Amnesty International said, after witnesses reported armed men opened fire on demonstrators defying a curfew order. “People were killed at the (Lekki) tollgate by security forces,” Amnesty’s Nigeria spokesman Isa Sanusi told AFP, in reference to a key protest site in the city. […]

  • Guinea: African monitors say election conducted properly, opposition decries fraud

    Guinea: African monitors say election conducted properly, opposition decries fraud

    African monitors said Tuesday that Guinea’s weekend election was conducted properly, but the political opposition to incumbent Alpha Conde, which has already claimed victory, dismissed it as fraudulent. Preliminary results for four of the country’s 38 voting districts released by electoral commission chief Kabinet Cisse late Tuesday showed a strong lead for Conde over his […]

  • Federal Republic of Ambazonia: Leader calls for unity

    Federal Republic of Ambazonia: Leader calls for unity

    “Collaboration we need, not collaboration we want. Ultimately, we will get that which we deserve.” The lives of 8 million Ambazonians are in our hands. The destiny of future generations of Ambazonians is in our hands. The fate of our people in the different detention centers across our land and in La République du Cameroun […]

  • The Southern Cameroons thieves of Maryland are all virtually baptized Christians

    The Southern Cameroons thieves of Maryland are all virtually baptized Christians

    Once upon a time, there was indeed an Ambazonia struggle! To be sure, the people of Southern Cameroons and the Ambazonia Interim Government read from the same script. The rushed succession plan following the Abuja incident changed the whole concept and pattern of the Southern Cameroons war of independence. One cannot but wish for a […]

  • CPDM Crime Syndicate: Yaounde defers new tax on smartphones and tablets

    CPDM Crime Syndicate: Yaounde defers new tax on smartphones and tablets

    Cameroon’s President Paul Biya has requested the suspension of a new tax regime that would have compelled consumers to pay a levy equivalent to 33 percent of the cost of any imported phone or tablet purchased from mid-October as import duty. Citing the official statement, Investir au Cameroun reports that the President’s decision will force […]

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