Yaoundé (National Times)-Secondary Education Minister, Dr Pauline Nalova Lyonga Egbe, has urged students taking part in the 2019 FENASCO A Games in Yaoundé to hail Biya, who according to her has given them the opportunity to showcase their sporting talents.
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.
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.
Cameroon (National Times)-The global rights watch organisation, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has released another damaging report on Cameroon in which it accuses Government soldiers of killing civilians indiscriminately and burning their properties.
Speaking to reporters at the end of the presentation, the Director of Civic Education and National Integration at the same Ministry, Sylvain Bengono said , this year’s celebration is the consolidation of “National Unity” and to foster the concept of “living together” among Cameroonians.
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.
The suspension came after an incident at the Bafoussam airport involving one of the Chinese bought MA60 on March 10, 2019 which almost let to great loss of lives and materials.
According to a letter addressed to the Director General of CAMAIR-CO, Ernest Dikoum by the Director General of CCAA, Paule Assoumou Koki, the incident proves that the plane is not air-worthy. The aircraft is grounded until a certificate satisfying its worthiness is produced.
This information was also confirmed to us by Penda Ekoka’s spokesperson, Immanuel Bumakor. In a telephone conversation, he stated that their Lawyers have already prepared the case file and deposited it at the level of the Geneva body.
The CPDM holds more than 80% of the council executives in the 360 municipalities of Cameroon, The opposition is foreseeing a crushing defeat the if regional elections are first organized.
The note comes after many patients have been detained and sometimes physically harassed because they are unable to pay bills in public hospitals after treatment. In July 2018, a situation at the Yaoundé Central Hospital went viral when it was reported that more than 10 women were being detained at the hospital facility because of unpaid bills.