March 2019

AGOS, NIGERIA, March 22, 2019— The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), the leading African philanthropy committed to empowering African entrepreneurs, today announced 3,050 African entrepreneurs, drawn from all 54 African countries, selected to join the 5th cycle of its $100million TEF

Barrister Ashu Shamy, representing Januarius Asongwu and Kecha Emmanuel on behalf of the People of the restive English speaking regions, has dragged the Cameroon before African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights for rights abuses in the ongoing crisis

Popular Lgbt activist and serial entrepreneur, Bandy Kiki has had a large fibroid removed from her uterus – which weighed the equivalent of a five-month-old foetus. Bandy Kiki whose real names are Emily Kinaka Banadzem has been opened about her battle

The 2019 Business for Peace Honourees who are delivering opportunities for women, minorities and diverse and disadvantaged groups have been unveiled. Dr Agbor Ashumanyi Ako, co-founder of GiftedMom, is among the three. He has contributed towards healthcare of pregnant

Second semester continuous assessment for Level 100 students at the St Louis University in Douala on Tuesday. Visist St Louis University on Website; www.stlouisdouala.com, www.stlouisbamenda.com

✔Over 1,000 African entrepreneurs from African 54 countries to participate in the 2019 Cohort✔ Event to be live-streamed on TEFConnect – Africa’s digital entrepreneurship hub LAGOS, NIGERIA, March 18, 2019 - The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), the leading African philanthropy

Cameroons Minister of Defense, Joseph Beti Assomo, has admitted that soldiers have been committing war crimes during missions in the restive Anglophone regions, a local TV Channel, Hi Television has reported.

Etoudi, where the Presidential Palace is located, is feeling the diplomatic and legal heat with spears coming from all directions. The visits of Kamto's Lawyer from France, American Diplomat, US Department of State’s damning human rights report. The regime which

Thursday March 14, 2019 was a bloody day in some villages in the North Wets region of Cameroon following a scorched earth policy perpetrated by Cameroon’s soldiers on the population of these areas. 

The Biya Government represented by her Communication Minister and some Francophone mushroom newspapers have been on the defensive for the past one week, since the US opened the skeletons in the cupboard of Cameroon’s right record. The damaging report shows that the new