Longue Longue Still ‘Detained’ Despite Release From Security Custody

May 1, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

In the first week of April, the musician surfaced in a video claiming detained opposition leader Maurice Kamto was the legitimate winner of the 2018 presidential election in Cameroon.
He has also narrated his ordeal in detention, detailing how he was tortured.
While critics of the Biya regime hail the singer for what they call a courageous act, some observers have rubbished Longue Longue’s meddling in politics. The latter group argues that he should have stayed neutral.

US Embassy, Cameroon Bar To Rescue Detainees Without Case Files

May 1, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

In the first six months, 200 prisoners are expected to leave the prison cells. The second part of the project to last the same period of time will also see some 200 persons benefit from the legal aide. It is expected to start at the Kondengui Central Prison before extending to other parts of the nation.

Boko Haram Strikes Again, Kills Four, Injure Others

April 29, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

This shows that the group which was believed to be technically defeated is yet to disappear. Moreover, observers belief Boko Haram is taking advantage of Cameroon’s heavy deployment of active forces in the restive North West and South West regions to strike and stage a comeback.

Ghastly Road Accident Leaves Three Injured

April 26, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

In Yaoundé, driving is a matter of force and not the respect of road signs. It becomes worst when it is rainy. Everybody is ready to use every means possible to get home and over speeding takes central stage.
Yesterday’s incident comes barely two days after another truck crushed a young man who had borrowed a motor bike to go buy food at the Mvog-Betsi Market, just a few hundreds of metres away from Nkolbisson.

Ayah Paul Tackles Kah Walla’s Criticism Of ‘Ambazonia’s’ Use of Arms Against Biya Regime

April 23, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

Banking on that, we do recollect, however vaguely, that the Anglophones marched on September 22, 2017, with ‘olive’ branches without anyone bearing the most rudimentary weapon but for one or two very elderly women with walking sticks – the third legs for support in the third age. We did watch on television how it all went peacefully all through.
On their way home in the evening, however, were the peaceful marchers attacked unprovoked, with fatalities resulting. We hold a report by the Catholic bishops of the Bamenda Ecclesiastical Province to the effect that some of the said unarmed peaceful marchers were massacred by bullets fired from helicopter gunships.

China Grants Cameroon FCFA 54.5 Billion To Construct New Parliament

April 18, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

Talking about the infrastructure, the minister pointed out that: “This is going to be a symbol of our corporation. It is going to change the look of our Yaounde city. This is going to give our parliamentarians the right, appropriate and comfortable environment for their work towards shaping the future of our nation, towards making our country an economy which is an emerging economy”

Cameroonians Should Dialogue, End Anglophone Crisis- Nobel Peace Laurete

April 18, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

“There is no way that you can begin to talk about a solution if you have not talked about addressing issues impacting people on the ground. That is women who are suffering, women who express on several occasions how women are using leaves for menstrual pads, how women are giving birth to children in different places,” she continued.
She said during her discussion with the women, discovered that Cameroonian women have decided to come together. She said the women admitted that the “bullet does not identify an Anglophone from a Francophone.”

CAF Disqualifies Cameroonian Players At Under 17 AFCON

April 16, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

The coach of the cadet lions has criticised the decision, saying “the truth lies elsewhere”. Speaking on Voice Radio on Monday 15 April 2019, Thomas Libii, claimed to have accomplished his duties by overseeing two medical tests before taking the players to CAF.

Experts Blame Cameroonians Over Country’s ‘Failed’ Democracy

April 13, 2019 Tasha Seidou 0

According to Barrister Claude Assira, “The people of Cameroon are the spectators of their very own destiny. When you need them, they disappear.”
Professor Claude Abe said Maurice Kamto, leader of the MRC has remained in detention “because there is barely anybody behind him. If the masses were with him, he would have been released. Remember what happened in 1990. Not even the guns could stifle the people.”
Activist Dr Hilaire Kamga explained that , no revolution with intention to enable an individual or political party access power has ever succeeded across the globe.