Month: April 2021
Cameroon: Boko Haram Suffers Heavy Casualties From M N T F
Multinational joint task force inflicts heavy casualties on Boko Haram… This is contained in a release issued this 28th day of April 2021 by defence ministry of Cameroon. According to the release signed by army spokesman Colonel Atonfack Nguemo Cyril Serge, several assailants were neutralised , six tactical vehicle immobilized, a large war Arsenal including […]Continue Reading
Government Steps Up Efforts To Get More Cameroonians Vaccinated Against Covid-19
Public health minsiter Manaouda Malachie says the COVAX facility will enable Cameroon receive enough vaccine doses to cover up to 20% of its population. Speaking during a press Confrence in Yaounde Wednesday he said the government will receive 1,752,000 doses of Astra Zeneca vaccine before the end of May 2021. A first delivery of 391 […]Continue Reading
Covid-19 Vaccine:Public Health Minister Sets Example by Taking Vaccine.
Cameroon’s minister of public health has just been vaccinated against Covid-19 at the Covid-19 vaccination centre in Yaounde. The first 200.000 doses of the Sinopharm vaccine from China arrived Cameroon last night and was received by Prime Minister and head of governmment Joseph Dion Ngute. Shortly after receiving the vaccine Dr Manouda Malachie told the […]Continue Reading
Separatists Attack Residence Of Brigadier General Elokobi Daniel
Reports from the Southwest Region of Cameroon Claim anglophone militias generically referred to as ‘Amba Boys’ on Thursday, April 1, 2021 attacked the residence of Brigadier general Elokobi Daniel in Upper Banynag Manyu Division of the the southwest region. The militias reportedly overpowered government forces guarding the residence of the general looted, set his house […]Continue Reading
Prominent Opposition Leaders Unit To Revise Electoral Code In Cameroon.
Prominent opposition political party leaders unit to work together within an inclusive Republican frame work with all the parties involved in the Democratic process in order to establish a new or amended electoral code for the stability and prosperity of Cameroon. A technical Secretariat has been set up and they are calling on the civil […]Continue Reading
SisterSpeak237 Partners With NCPBM To Combat Hate Speech, Xenophobia In Cameroon
SisterSpeak237 has been identified as a frontline partner in the campaign against hate speech and xenophobia in Cameroon. The campaign is implemented by National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism. Stakeholders civil society organisations, NGOs and youth led associations met in Yaounde today to seek solutions in countering Hate Speech and Xenophobia in […]Continue Reading