The Federal Government has announced plans to initiate the process of repatriating Nigerian refugees currently residing in neighbouring Cameroon, Chad, and Niger back to their home country.
.ActionAid tasks govt to utilise ecological fund Tension has gripped the people of Benue State, as news of the release of excess water from Lagdo Dam by Cameroonian authorities hit the state. Principal Special Assistant (Media and Publicity/Strategic Communications) to the Governor, Bridget Ikyado, yesterday, quoted the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), as saying that the states,…
Following the seizure of power by Gabonese military junta on Wednesday, making the country the 7th in the wave of countries to succumb to military coup in the continent, Rwanda and Cameroon yesterday unveiled significant shifts in their security forces, impacting senior military personnel.
A repeat of the 2022 devastating flooding that led to the death of over 600 people and the destruction of farmlands and properties stares down Nigeria in the face as neighbour Cameroon opens the floodgate of its Lagdo dam that threatens to expose the flaws in the food value chain of Africa’s biggest economy. Located…
Indications emerged that the House of Representatives would explore diplomatic solutions between Nigeria and neighbouring Cameroon in resolving the plight of the citizenry in Danare and Biajua communities bent on remaining with their kith and kins in the country. The Chairman of the House Adhoc committee probing into the potential land encroachment by the Cameroonian…
An adhoc committee of the House of Representatives yesterday expressed concern over potential loss of a significant landmass and Nigerian citizens residing within disputed border areas to the Cameroon Republic.
The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has bursted a factory in Adamawa supplying Akuskura psychoactive substance to Chad, Cameroon and Niger Republic.
A Cameroonian tycoon was arrested on Monday in connection with the high-profile abduction and murder of a journalist, his company and a communications ministry official said.
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Hajiya Sadiya Umar Farouk and the Federal Commissioner, National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), Hon Imaan Sulaiman-Ibrahim have commended refugees who voluntarily returned to their country home of Bama and Banki at the weekend in Borno State from Cameroon.