News of the incident was yet to settle when a video and pictures of medics on duty emerged filming the victim of the knife attack. It is unclear if Tsanou had died before the pictures were taken. Critics however argued that, the pictures were taken same time the medics were battling to reanimate the heart of the student.
Government -owned health centers and others operated by Churches across much of the sub Division had long folded up. The incinerated district hospital was the nearest health facility available for thousands, most of whom now live in the forests.
Health workers in these villages that have recorded repeated military and separatists’ clashes came under undue pressure and threats.
Basiliken pointed out that SMEs can do better if they are supported by the government – “In view to reinforce the competitiveness of SMEs, the Minister highlighted the need to revive the support programme for the development of the private sector, operationalize alternative modes of funding, implement measures to support SMEs and aid their search for opportunities at the national and international level.”
Talking about regional elections, Barrister Simh said, such can only be possible after a national dialogue on how to manage Cameroon’s problems. He argued that regional executives cannot be voted by the current municipal councillors because their mandate expired last year officially. So according to him, municipal elections should be organised first before regional elections since municipal councilors are going to vote regional executives.
Yaoundé (National Times)-The President of the Cameroon Consumers’ League (CCL), Delor Magellan Kamgaing, has hailed the efforts made by the Minister of Trade, Luc Margloire Mbarga Atangana to fight against illegal price hikes by some commercial entities in Cameroon.
Yaounde (National Times) – Cameroon’s President Biya has signed a new decree appointing new ambassadors to vacant diplomatic posts of Paris, France.
Cameroon (National Times)-The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) is seeking FCFA 92 million from donors round the world to Carter for victims of the ongoing war in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon.
Women groups at the meeting challenged the political elite to carry their message to the party chairman and head of state. The women said they are tired of suffering and burying love ones because of a problem that can be solved politically.
The National Times gleaned from sources close to the deceased that, Banadzem had not been in fine form for a while. Our source said the MP had been to India, France and other parts of the world for treatment due to his failing health before he was later admitted at the General Hospital in Yaounde.
Abuja (National Times) – Upon ascending power in 2014, Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari immediately launched a war against the consumption of foreign products, commonly referred to Nigeria’s as “Oyibo things”.
Nigeria’s foreign exchange reserves have increased to a six-month high of $44.14 billion, according to the data provided by the Central Bank of Nigeria on Thursday.
The man of law had collapsed in the course of the day. Nurses at the precincts of the court attended to him. He was later ferried to a military clinic. News of the malaise that befell Eyambe emerged a few minutes to 3PM. Around 3:30PM, a military nurse attended to him. After the check-ups, the lawyer turned separatists’ was then transferred to a private medical ward at the military tribunal.