Cameroon

By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 25th, 2014
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  BY AYAH Paul ABINE Charles Ateba Eyene met me at the Hotel des Députés a year back or thereabouts. He held my hand and said aloud: (my translation): “You and I are branded today as “opposants”. They call us names. But they will finish by seeing wh...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 25th, 2014
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Paul Ayah makes claims that will deepen the debate around the death of one of the government’s most outspoken critic: was he killed? BY EUGENE N NFORNGWA YAOUNDE—Charles Ateba Eyene had been warned he would be killed if he continued criticizing the Biya Administration, says opposition par...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 25th, 2014
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How emotional it must have been for Ama Tutu Muna returning to her childhood home during the Reunification Jubilee state banquet at the Buea Prime Minister’s lodge. She and no one else, among the members of government and other dignitaries, connected in a personal way with the venue where she l...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 25th, 2014
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In a u-turn, President Biya releases former aide and political rival in reunification largess to prisoners BY EUGENE N NFORNGWA YAOUNDE—President Paul Biya’s former physician has left prison looking pale and frail after more than 17 years in a special cell at the gendarmerie headquarters....
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 24th, 2014
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BY AYAH Paul ABINE Cameroon Radio Television – CRTV – in its programme “Cameroon Calling” of February 23, 2014, interviewed a number of persons about the high-sounding nothing christened “50th Anniversary of Reunification”. Among them was Dr Simon Munzu. Munzu, int...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 23rd, 2014
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The UN refugee agency reported on Friday a sharp rise this month in the number of refugees fleeing to Cameroon from Central African Republic (CAR), with almost 20,000 sheltering in the east after fleeing the violence in their homeland. “Since the beginning of February, a total of 19,565 refugee...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 23rd, 2014
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Nigeria’s military says it has closed hundreds of miles (kilometers) of its northeastern border with Cameroon to stop Islamic extremists using the country as a haven and launch pad for attacks. Brig. Gen. Rogers Nicholas of the 23rd Armored Brigade told reporters Saturday he was exercising emer...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 23rd, 2014
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RECENT arms seizures and arrests of traffickers in Cameroon’s Far North Region have highlighted the escalating insecurity caused by Boko Haram in Nigeria and the impact of the unrest in the Central African Republic (CAR) and Sudan. A United Nations agency, the Integrated Regional Information Ne...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 23rd, 2014
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President Paul Biya’s speech in Buea to mark the 50th anniversary of reunification has been bashed and acclaimed alike. You can relive it in this video. var addthis_config = {“data_track_clickback”:true,”data_track_addressbar”:true,”data_track_textcopy”:false...
By IAfrica
In Cameroon
Feb 23rd, 2014
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He was one of the country’s most loudmouthed critics of the Biya administration. As Ateba Eyene became “uncontrollable” for his ruling party, news of his death was broken. EUGENE N NFORNGWA YAOUNDE–The death here on Friday of one of the country’s most outspoken critics o...