The Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) has suspended work in 10 of its estates and also thousands of workers are at the verge of losing their jobs. This is contained in a communiqué signed by the General Manager of the corporation, Franklin Ngoni Njie.
The Rapid Intervention Battalion, popularly known by its French acronym, BIR, has reverted to using tracks, a popular activist tool, to call on Buea residents to shun "ghost towns" calls and open their shops and offices on Monday.
"Despite modernity and breakthrough in science and communication, child marriage is still real in Cameroon….when a girl starts developing breast some parents feel she is good for marriage," Justine Kwachu Kumche, Executive Director of Women in Alternative Action (WAA) said.
Cameroon’s security forces have used military hardware to restore traffic on the Muyuka –Munyenge road axis in the South West Region of the country after suspected separatists fell and used huge trees trunks to block the road.
Scores of bakeries across Kumba, in the South West Region of Cameroon, ran out of stock for bread and other pastries on Sunday July 15, as residents scrambled to stock their homes ahead of ghost town operations this Monday.