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Cameroon News Update November 15, 2019

Cameroon News Update November 15, 2019

A man has been killed in Mamfe, Manyu division after soldiers stormed a neighborhood in mufti. It is alleged that French soldiers are also fighting alongside their Cameroonian counterparts in Mamfe and other areas like Lebialem, Separatists have said.

✔The Soldier who was wounded on the leg after a military vehicle landed on an IED in Small Ekombe, Kumba, has had his leg amputated.
The Board Chairman of the Election Cameroon, ELECAM, Enow Abrams Egbe, has said that they are confident elections will hold in all subdivisions in Cameroon including the restive NWSW.

✔Prime Minister, Dion Ngute has created a committee to pilot a campaign on sensitization of the people of North West and South West on the just ended Major National Dialogue.

✔President Paul Biya and wife, Chantal are back in Cameroon after taking part in the second edition of the Paris peace forum.

✔Muslim Scholar, Abdulkarim Ali, on Thursday, canceled an interview with Ambazonian Channel, ABC Amba TV, citing personal security as stakes remain high. He, however, promised to remain available to answer questions from any Southern Cameroonian.

✔Adjutant Jean Calvin SAMPOURA has died in Sueram, far north region after a poor manipulation of a grenade.

✔Traditional rulers in Cameroon have visited the landslide area in Gouache and poured libation in honor of 43 persons who lost their lives.

✔The 2019- 2020 batch of Students of the National Advance School of Administration and Magistracy, ENAM been given the name “Dialogue and Tolerance” batch, this was during their matriculation ceremony.

✔People can now cross over on foot over River Sanaga in Batchenga. In February 2020, it will be opened for circulation. The inauguration of the new road constructed with funds from the French Development Agency. The bridge costs some FCFA 12.8 billion.

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