Man Arrested For Faking His Own Abduction

March 28, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

Cameroon’s Adamoua Region has been a theatre of abductions in exchange for ransoms for years now. In an open letter addressed to president Biya shortly after the October 7, 2018 presidential election, elites of the Region disclosed that over FCFA 2billion had been paid as ransoms to kidnappers since 2014.

UNFP Pledges Support For Biya Gov’t To Arrest Maternal Mortality

March 28, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

We also had the chance to discuss the issue of the crisis in the extreme North, and how the United Nations as one working as a team can continue to support the effort of the government through the collective intelligence of the other countries around may be Nigeria, Niger and Chad to make sure that, the responsibility is more effective because… You know that the crisis is a crisis that is confronting not only a country but it has some cross border aspects”

Ambazonia Fighters Burn Village Inn, Bully Commander Over Embezzlement

March 28, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

Added to the reports of embezzlement, the arson is said to have been the consequence of acts of denunciation carried out against separatists’ in Nyasoso. A majority of the people in the locality are said to have recently denounced all separatists’ activities putting them at odds with the gunmen. The owner of the local Inn lives beyond the shores of Cameroon.

Minister Threatens To Seal Markets Over Non Respect Of Commodities Prices

March 28, 2019 Maxcel Fokwen 0

The new price tariff, of rice 25% after that meeting was agreed at 330FCFA per kilogram in Douala and Yaoundé, while the rice 5% called premium was set at 410FCFA in Douala and 425FCFA in Yaoundé. The difference in the prices is as a result of transportation. Fish of mackerel type 25+ was to sell at 1450FCFA.
One week after, traders increased the prices beyond the limit agreed with the minister. At least FCFA 100 had been added on the price per kilogram of fish and rice sparking outrage.

Biya Permits UN Human Rights Mission To Cameroon At Last

March 27, 2019 Gerard Tapuka 0

This would be the first visit of a UN Human rights body since the advent of the conflict in the North West and South West regions some three years on. The former Human Rights chief, Zeid al-Hussein persistently frowned at the government of Cameroon whom he accused of refusing entry despite several appeals by his office to investigate alleged incidences of human rights abuses in the restive Anglophone regions.