Amos Fofung

President Biya urges Cameroonians to protect fatherland amid international condemnations

Cameroonian octogenarian President, Paul Biya, has called on his countrymen to love, cherish and protect their fatherland amid numerous damning reports from international rights groups, foreign diplomats and most recently the...

Senegalese Moustapha Cisse heads Google’s first Artificial Intelligence lab in Africa

To Moutapha Cisse, artificial intelligence is changing society as profoundly as the steam engine and electricity did. But unlike past technological revolutions, AI offers a unique chance to improve lives without...

Cameroonian Doctor deployed by WHO to fight Ebola outbreak killed in DR Congo

Cameroonian epidemiologist, Dr Richard Valery Mouzoko Kiboung, deployed by the World Health Organisation, WHO, in response to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, DRC, was killed in...

Meet Jeanette Epps, black woman who earned a PhD in Aerospace engineering 15 years before Nigeria’s Wendy Okolo

It is a dramatic twist that would surprise tens of thousands of people who had already congratulated Nigerian-born Wendy Okolo for reportedly being the first black woman to earn a doctorate...

In Ethiopia, Ivanka Trump pledges stronger U.S. – Africa ties

The United States has pledged stronger ties with the African Union during a meeting between Ivanka Trump, Adviser and Daughter to US president Donald Trump and AU officials.

World Bank grants $190Mn for IDPs, refugees in Cameroon

The World Bank has offered a grant to the government of Cameroon worth $190 which is about 100.7 Billion Frs CFA, to enable Yaounde complete ongoing projects that are aimed at...

Trump administration commends Sudan for overthrowing president Omar al-Bashir, calls for democratic transition

The administration of President Donald Trump has congratulated Sudanese nationals for taking up the initiative to oust their president, Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir who has ruled the Northeast African nation for...

Economy, health dominate President Felix Tshisekedi’s U.S. visit

Boosting the economy of the Democratic Republic of Congo and attracting foreign investment dominated Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi's first visit to the United States since taking office in January 2019.

Cameroon musician Longue Longue released after 4 days in jail for criticizing Biya government

Makossa singer and songwriter, Longkana Ango Simon, known better by his artistic name, Longue Longue, has been freed by security forces in Cameroon’s port city of Douala after spending four days...

Blame Boeing, not human error for Ethiopian plane crash – Preliminary report

Human error was not to blame for the Boeing 737 MAX plane crash that killed all 157 people on board last month, a preliminary report said on Thursday.

About Me

AMOS FOFUNG Nkunchoh is a multi-talented journalist with an intrinsic passion for investigative, politics and conflict reporting. He's based in the U. S.A.
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Saudi Arabia imposes travel restrictions to holy land over coronavirus months ahead of hajj pilgrimage

Saudi Arabia announced on Thursday it was imposing travel restrictions on foreign nationals to the holy...
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World Bank and IMF Spring Meetings may be canceled or held virtually amid coronavirus concerns – Official

The 2020 World Bank and International Monetary Fund Spring Meetings which are scheduled for April may be canceled or held virtually...

Trump announces U.S. developing a coronavirus vaccine, sets up a task force as CDC warns virus may soon spread to U.S.

President Donald Trump announced on Wednesday the United States was developing a vaccine to respond to the coronavirus outbreak "very rapidly".

5 dead at MolsonCoors campus in Milwaukee, President Trump says

At least five people were killed on Wednesday after a gunman opened fire at the MolsonCoors headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, President...

BREAKING: Several suspects arrested in four U.S. states for racially targeting black and jewish journalists and activists

Four racially motivated violent extremists from across the U.S. were arrested and charged on Wednesday in U.S District Court in Seattle...
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