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Cameroon’s aspiring 2018 Presidential Candidate, Adresses Shocking letter to Donald Trump.

Cameroon’s aspiring 2018 presidential candidate, Prince M.N. Ekosso , national president of the United Socialist Democratic party (USDP) of Cameroon has addressed a two page letter of plea to Donald. J. Trump and the international community to set up an international electoral commission that will be charged of overseeing the implementations of electoral procedures during […]
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US deploys 300 troops to Cameroon

US President Barack Obama on Wednesday notified Congress that he intends to deploy 300 troops to Cameroon to conduct intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance operations. In a letter released by the White House, Obama said 90 personnel had already been deployed, and would be armed for self-defense. A senior administration official told AFP the deployment was […]
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Cabinet Reshuffle : President Biya appoints 17 New Ministers and Deligates

President Paul Biya has announced a new cabinet today in Yaounde the nation’s capital.  The powerful Minister at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo’o has been moved to the Ministry of Transport. Here is our understanding of the new government : Defense: Joseph Beti ASSOMO, current governor of the Littoral region Minister […]
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Nigeria Will Respect Bakassi Ruling – Buhari in Cameroon

Nigeria will abide by the ruling of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on the Bakassi Peninsula, President Muhammadu Buhari said on Wednesday in Yaoundé, the capital of Cameroon, where he is on a state visit to discuss Boko Haram insurgency with President Paul Biya. Buhari, who spoke at an interactive session with Nigerians living in […]

Cameroonian born Roger Nkodo Dang elected Pan-African Parliament chair

Roger Nkodo Dang from Cameroon was elected chairman of the Pan African Parliament (PAP) for a three-year term Wednesday in Midrand, South Africa, the successor to Nigeria’s Bethel Amadi won by 85 votes, piping Mozambique’s Eduardo Joaquim Mulembwe and Tunisia’s Rahoui Mongi. After a long day of debating the motion of rotation, finally members of […]