China To Cancel Part Of Cameroon’s Debt

On the Cameroonian presidency’s website, it is revealed that the Chinese government has promised to cancel part of Cameroon’s debt. Even though the amount to be cancelled is not disclosed, this announces an improvement of the China-Cameroon relation. Indeed, during the visit of Yu Jianhu, Chinese deputy commerce minister, from November 29 to December 2,…

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Catherine Bakang Mbock Survives Operation Sparrowhawk

Cameroon’s former Minister of Social Affairs, Catherine Bakang Mbock is in Canada after running away from Cameroon’s National Commission for the Fight against Corruption, CONAC, Le Messager newspaper reports. In its Friday, March 23, 2018 publication, the French Language daily newspaper reported that the former Minister of Social Affairs left the country with his English…

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Separatist Elements, Govt Forces Clash In SouthWest

A violent clash occurred between separatist elements and government forces in Cameroon’s SouthWest region on Tuesday March 13, the Journal du Cameroon portal has reported. The said confrontation took place specifically in the town of Nguti in Kupe-Munanenguba Division of the region. Reports indicate that the separatists operating under the Ambazonia Defence Force (ADF) had…

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Sacked Minister Barred From Leaving Cameroon

The former Minister of Water and Energy, Basile Atangana Kouna has been barred from leaving the counytry pending investigations. The Heads of Border Posts, Airports and the ten Regional Delegates for National Security have all been notified to ensure the implementation of this decision.In a note signed March 08 by the General Delegation for National…

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Cameroon Media Defies Ban on Political Debate

Private media outlets in Cameroon are defying a ban on political programs imposed by the country’s National Communication Council. The council had ordered the ban, insisting political debates may cause conflict ahead of senatorial elections on March 25. National Communication Council president Peter Essoka says Cameroon needs to promote peace, democracy and human rights, and…

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