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Cameroonian Lovette Namatinga arrested in Maryland for $141,008 financial fraud

Lovette Namatinga, a 32-year-old citizen of Cameroon, was arrested Monday October 14, by law enforcement officials for the theft of $141,008 — between February 26 and April 8 of this year — through computer transactions from...

Separatist fighters kidnap 3 students in Cameroon’s restive region

Gunmen alleged to be members of one of Cameroon’s armed separatist movements abducted three students on their way to school on Friday October 11.The abduction occured at Below Foncha in Bamenda, North...

Cameroon’s former football coach demands $8 million for arbitrary termination of contract

Former head coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Clarence Seedorf, and assistant Patrick Kluivert are demanding a whopping $8 million (about 5 billion CFA francs) from the government of Cameroon, saying their contract was unfairly...

Cameroon seeks nearly $650 million seaport construction loan from China as U.S. warns against money from Beijing

Cameroon is once again soliciting hundreds of millions of dollars from China at a time the United States is warning that billions of dollars from China may leave many African nations into an unsurmountable debt trap.

Key takeaways from Cameroon’s national dialogue

The decentralization and local government committee at the just concluded major national dialogue has proposed that a “special status” be granted to the North West and South West regions in Cameroon as a response to more...

Cameroon mourns Bernard Muna, firebrand politician and legal colossus

The death of Cameroon’s fine opposition leader and legal colossus of the highest standing, Barrister Bernard Acho Muna, has been confirmed. The Bartonier who served as chair of international anti-corruption conference council and founded the Alliance...

Cameroonian immigrant tells Trump to “build the wall” and “take down fake media” as President praises him

A Cameroonian who immigrated legally to the United States when he was 14 years old and later joined the U.S. Army has told President Donald Trump to "take down the fake media" and "build the wall"...

Cameroon opposition figure Maurice Kamto released

Cameroon main opposition figure, Maurice Kamto, has been released from prison after the government announced on Friday that insurrection charges against him and his comrades were being dropped as a gesture of national reconciliation by four-decade-in-power...

BREAKING: President Biya drops charges against political prisoners, including Maurice Kamto’s comrades

President Paul Biya of Cameroon has dropped criminal charges against political prisoners, including comrades of opposition figure, Maurice Kamto, who were arrested in January 2019, the government said in a statement sent to TODAY NEWS AFRICA...

President Paul Biya thanks Cameroonians for successful national dialogue

In a statement on Friday, President Paul Biya of Cameroon thanked his countrymen for what he termed a successful national dialogue called to discuss Cameroon's lingering crises.He wrote,"My...
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