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Cameroon imposes 20% precautionary freeze on some administrations’ budgets to ensure proper budget implementation

Business in Cameroon  | Reading through the circular that sets the framework for the implementation of the 2020 Finance bill, it appears that Cameroonian administrations must impose both budgetary discipline and rigour on themselves and appropriate the regulatory measures (quarterly quotas and precautionary freezes) necessary for the proper implementation of the budget. …

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Manlikeclix Signs $1M Creative Director Deal with Italian Fashion Company

Manlikeclix our Fashion forward man of Cameroon origin is the official Creative Director for Alessandro Veneto ! A Unique Fashion Brand in Florence – Italy.  News reaching our desk from a closed friend of him has it that, the young Cameroonian Entrepreneur and Fashion designer closed a deal last November 2019 …

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Cameroon man dies in ICE custody in San Diego

  The Hill  | A man from Cameroon died in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody on Tuesday, the agency announced Wednesday. Nebane Abienwi, a 37-year-old detainee, was rushed to a San Diego hospital on Thursday after he experienced a “hypertensive event” in the middle of the night, ICE wrote in a …

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Cameroon leader clarifies national dialogue theme

  APAnews  | Cameroon’s president Paul Biya, on Monday outlined the main themes of the national dialogue slated for late September which is expected to put paid to the secessionist crisis in its English-speaking regions. In a tweet on his official Twitter handle, Biya said the dialogue would focus on bilingualism, cultural …

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ECCAS welcomes national dialogue in Cameroon

APAnews  | President Ali Bongo of Gabon in his capacity as the current chair of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS), on Thursday welcomed the peace initiative by the Cameroonian leader who convened a national dialogue in his country rocked by nearly two years of a separatist crisis in its …

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