Cameroonian artists have enumerated a catalogue of problems ailing the music industry in Cameroon and have appealed to the Government to step in and rescue the ailing music industry from suffocating.
The streets of Mutengene, a locality in Tiko Sub-division of the South West Region of Cameroon, were Thursday, June 21, 2018, inundated by an armada of troops following the slaying of a police officer, Adjudant Ngankeu Robinson, by unknown gunmen.
While the humanitarian relief funds are still to be raised and distributed, Cameroon Tribune has used the announcement of the promised relief funds to adore President Biya, describing the plan as a “gift” from a “humanists” and “law-abiding” President Paul Biya to the Anglophones. Seven of the papers 9 top stories on 21 June 2018 are rosy stories of the humanitarian plan.
The Special Branch Police Chief of Kumba II, in the South West Region of Cameroon, James Ngong, has been abducted by some unknown gunmen suspected to be elements of the Ambazonia Defence Forces.
The Government of Cameroon has earmarked an FCFA 12.7 billion Humanitarian Assistance Fund for victims of the Anglophone Crisis that has been rocking the North West and Southwest Regions for close to two years now.