Pavel Joseph Nyuysuliy
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AU/ECOWAS: Guinea suspended from all activities following coup

The coup staged in Guinea on 5 September, ousting President Alpha Conde, has pushed the African Union and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) to suspend the country from their activities. Guinea’s ruling military came under diplomatic pressure…

Atanga Nji: No hideout for assaulters of police officers, MINAT Boss warns 

The Minister of Territorial Administration Paul Atanga Nji, addressed the recurrent assault on police officers in Cameroon during a press outing on Friday 10 September, in Yaounde. He gave strict instructions to Governors of the 10 Regions of the country,…

Northwest: Governor announces special security measures in school premises

The Governor of the Northwest region, Adolph Lele L’Afrique, has assured teachers and students/pupils that stringent measures have been taken to ensure their security as the current school year gradually picks up steam. A week into the academic year, turnout…

UNHCR: Cameroon receiving close to half a million refugees, High Commissioner reveals

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), has revealed that Cameroon is one of the countries in the world receiving the highest number of refugees. Raouf Mazu said they are about half a million in number. He was granted an…

MINESEC: Minister highly determined to raise education standards this year

Cameroon’s Minister of Secondary Education, Nalova Lyonga, has made an appeal to education officials of her sector, to cooperate with the government in order to ensure that schooling standards this 2021/2022 academic year, are lifted. She made the call while…

Cameroon: Defense officials keen on mapping out strategies to ensure security during AFCON

The Minister of Defense, Joseph Beti Assomo, met with his colleagues on Monday 6 September to figure out strategies through which Cameroonians, as well as visitors, will be secured during the 2021 AFCON. Host of the event, Cameroon, is facing…

World Cup Qualifiers: Indomitable Lions trampled upon by Elephants in Abidjan

Cameroon lost their World Cup Qualifier against Cote d’Ivoire on Monday 6 September, a defeat single-handedly masterminded by Ajax forward, Sebastien Haller. He netted twice in the 20th and 29th minutes, to hand the home side a 2-1 win at…

Back to school: Basic Education Minister confident turnout in crisis-stricken regions will gradually pick up

The Minister of Basic Education, Laurent Serge Etoundi Ngoa, has said he hopes the timid start of the new academic year in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon, as well as in the Far North region of the country, will…

Guinea: Coup orchestrators maintaining grip amidst criticisms 

A day after the ousting of Guinea’s President Alpha Conde from power, the group of soldiers responsible have gone on to warn authorities who do not succumb that they will be considered rebels. This Monday 6 September, the country’s cabinet…

GDNS: Cameroonians can now call to know cause of delay in production of their identification documents

The General Delegation for National Security, has made some contacts available including Whatsapp numbers, that Cameroonians could use to know the progress made in the production of their identification documents. According to figures given by the GDNS, over four million…