Cameroon massacre trial set for December 17
Cameroon's army said Wednesday that three soldiers accused in the massacre of civilians in a troubled anglophone region, a case that triggered an international outcry, would go on trial on December 17.
Cameroonian refugees get health security in Taraba
The Jesuit Refugees Service (JRS) has assisted no fewer than 50, 000 refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Nigeria from 2018 to date.
Cameroon blames separatists for school massacre of children
Cameroon was in shock on Sunday after a massacre at a school in the English-speaking southwest of the country, which the government has blamed on separatist militants there.
Cameroon school attack kills 8 students
Attackers armed with guns and machetes killed at least eight children Saturday in a raid on a school in southwestern Cameroon, the United Nations said.
Cameroon troops jailed 10 years for murder of four civilians
Four Cameroonian soldiers were sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for the execution-style killings of two women and their children in a region where the army is fighting jihadists.
Lovers and haters of Nigeria
One character of the Nigerian political leadership that has become entrenched and which has not been in the overall interest of the country since independence in 1960 is the penchant of the leaders to always underrate serious national issues. The reason is that Nigeria has passed through several turbulent challenges and managed to survive but…
Suicide attack in northern Cameroon kills five civilians
A suicide bomber killed five villagers in the far north of Cameroon, near the border with Nigeria, where jihadist groups regularly carry out attacks, local officials said Sunday. "Terrorists" attacked the village of Zeleved on Friday evening, a local security officer told AFP, requesting anonymity. Cameroon officials refer to members of the Nigeria-based jihadist group…
Cameroon to hold first regional elections in December
Cameroon's veteran leader Paul Biya on Monday announced the country first regional elections in December, including in two western regions in the grip of a revolt by the anglophone minority.
United Nations prescription to end insecurity
The other day, it was the turn of an external voice to join the growing hue and cry about the insecurity in Nigeria and the general breakdown of law and order under the present administration.