Army frees three Borno communities, rescues five persons
Troops of the 121,192 Battalion and the Cameroonian Defense Force have liberated three communities on Mandara Mountains in Gwoza Council Area of Borno State.
Nigeria volleyball team hits Cameroon for Tokyo 2020 Olympics qualifier
The Nigeria national Volleyball team departed for Cameroon yesterday to take part in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic qualifier. It commenced yesterday and will end on January 10.
Eight sailors abducted from Greek oil tanker in Cameroon port
Armed men attacked a Greek oil tanker in the Cameroonian port of Limbe on Tuesday and abducted eight seamen, Greece's merchant marine ministry said. The five Greeks, two Filipinos and a Ukrainian were part of a 28-member crew aboard the Happy Lady, including one, a Greek national, who was injured, the ministry said in a…
Flooding: Nigeria to address Cameroon’s breach of MoU
The Federal Government says it will take appropriate diplomatic measures on Cameroon’s breach of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
Court orders FG, OPSH to release Zakka Dung, pay N5m damages
A Plateau State High Court has ordered the Federal Government and Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) to release Zakka Dung and pay him N5 million for violation
U.S. wants Cameroon’s president to pull out military from south territory
The United States (US) has ordered President Paul Biya of Cameroon to “immediately and unconditionally” pull out the military from Southern Cameroun territory.
Boko Haram kidnap 21 civilians in north Cameroon
Boko Haram militants have kidnapped 21 civilians in the north of Cameroon near the Nigerian frontier, police and local officials said on Thursday.
UNO sensitises citizens on new state of Cameroon
The United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres, has directed Prof. Martin Chia Ateh to organise sensitisation workshops on brief history of United Nations Organisation (UNO) State of Cameroon.
Coalition opposes legislation on fake news, hate speech in Africa
A coalition of 47 organisations has urged African countries contemplating fake news and hate speech laws including Nigeria, Ethiopia, Cameroon and The Gambia to drop policies and legislations that could affect their citizen's freedom of opinion and expression. "We hereby call on the respective policy-making institutions and agencies in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Gambia, Nigeria, and other…