June 2019

Cameroon's main opposition leader, Ni John Fru Ndi kidnapped on Thursday June 27, 2019 has been released. He was set free by his abductors on Saturday night, the party has said. "John Fru Ndi, who was picked up by some heavily

(Geneva Saturday, June 29, 2019) Police in the Geneva Canton has used force to repel a group of anti-Biya protesters who crossed the margin to the Intercontinental hotel, where Cameroon's head of state was lodging. Violent scenes were seen around the

The European Union, EU, has welcomed the announcement by the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs, in the role of Switzerland as the mediator in ongoing armed conflict in Southern Cameroons, the spokesperson has confirmed. In a release on the website

Ambazonia leaders have said as a matter of "Good Faith", they will take part in the Swiss-led negotiation process to end the conflict in Southern Cameroons and restore her independence. In a 4 page documents released on Friday 1 AM

In our childhood times, our parents would warn us not to associate with some neighbors viewed as evil. So, we would play the good child, by hurriedly reporting any of our siblings who dined with the evil neighbor while our

The Committee to Protect Journalists, an International Non-Governmental Organization fighting for rights of journalists has called on the government of Cameroon to release without conditions, Web Journalist, Paul Chouta. Cameroon is the third-worst jailer of journalists in Africa, after Egypt

Cameroon's Football Governing Body, Fecafoot and the Sports ministry are responsible for the Lions' delay to meet their counterparts in Egypt ahead of Friday's opening of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations. Going by a presidential decree on September

Since Ambazonian fighters adopted the strategy of road blockade as a weapon of war, the ring road linking Bamenda-Nso-Ndu to Nkambe in the Mezam, Bui, and Donga Mantung Divisions, has for months now, seen this strategy implemented to the

At least four Policemen have died and five sustained injuries on Saturday, June 15, 2019, in a bomb attack in Otu, Manyu Division in the South West region, CNA sources have revealed. A security source has said the injured were rushed

Statistics from Cameroon’s Ministry of Public Health released in March 2019 reveals that 22.000 babies die yearly before the age of one month while an estimated 6.000 women die during childbirth. In the past, the use of bush lamps, candles