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Saturday, March 23, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: 38 Countries Call For Dialogue


The UK expressed its deep concern about the deteriorating human rights situation in North-West & South-West Cameroon, due to high levels of violence, and called on Cameroon to engage fully with OHCHR.

Thank you Mr Vice-President

I am delivering this statement on behalf of 38 countries.

Technical assistance from the international community can support partner nations to ensure the protection and realization of human rights across a range of contexts. In Cameroon, we encourage the Government to accept offers of assistance from regional and international partners to prevent further erosion of the human rights of those living in the North-West and South-West of Cameroon, resulting from the conflict between armed separatists and the Government of Cameroon.

We are deeply concerned about the deteriorating situation in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon, marked by human rights abuses and violations and high levels of violence including a recent attack on a hospital. There are concerning reports of armed separatists committing kidnaps for ransom, killing non-collaborators, burning schools and committing acts of sexual violence. There are concerning reports of security forces burning villages, shooting unarmed civilians and committing acts of sexual violence.

We call on all actors to end this cycle of violence. The humanitarian impact is worsening, and has led to over 1,000, mostly civilian, deaths, since September 2016. It has displaced 437,000 people from their homes and forced over 32,000 to seek refuge in neighboring countries. We call on all sides to ensure safe, rapid and unhindered humanitarian access to the affected population.

Taking note of Cameroon’s previous positive engagement with the UN, regional and multilateral organizations, and as a member of the Human Rights Council, we urge Cameroon to work alongside the international community, including with regional partners, to ensure prompt and thorough investigation of all violations and abuses. We stand ready to offer assistance in this regard.

Moreover, an inclusive political dialogue to address the root causes of the crisis is essentiale. As a first step, the Government of Cameroon could build confidence towards dialogue and reconciliation by ensuring the timely, fair trial or release of political detainees, and initiating a meaningful dialogue with the participation of all sectors of society, in particular women, the youth and representatives of religious communities.

Mr Vice-President,

We encourage the Government of Cameroon to accept coordinated offers of international technical assistance and cooperation. This includes the offer of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to conduct an urgent assessment mission to the North-West and South-West regions, and engaging with any future regional led initiatives to find a path towards peace and reconciliation.

We remain committed to dialogue and look forward to bilateral, regional and international cooperation in this regard.

List of Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) 2019 Winners Shortlist


The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) has released the shortlist of winners for its 2019 TEF Entreprenuer on Friday.

The founder of the TEF, Tony Elumelu unveiled the list of winners in Abuja.

Speaking during the event which was attended by the Wife of the President, Aisha Buhari, Elumelu noted that its 2019 entrepreneurs  were drawn from 54 African countries.

He added that more than 3,000 applicants were selected for the 2019 cohort of the Foundation’s flagship Entrepreneurship Programme.

Also, he said the applicants were picked from the 216,000 submitted applications representing 58% male, 42% female.

Furthermore, he noted that some of the criteria used for the shortlisted applicants include feasibility, market opportunity, scalability, leadership skill and viability of the idea.

“No one but us will develop our continent. The private sector has a key role to play in doing this,” he added.

“It is not the big businesses that make the difference, but the SMEs are known for creating jobs, alleviating poverty, helping to bridge inequality gaps and ensure that our women are more economically involved.

“It is in this realisation that the TEF decided that entrepreneurship is the most catalytic way of making little contributions to humanity.”

Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF) Winners list 2019

Below are the selected or shortlisted persons from Nigeria and other African nations:

Abah Ogba Oga, Commercial/RetailKofi Oghenerukevwe Henrietta, ICTAbdulai Odunayo Hiqmat, HealthcareKolade Ogunola Vincent, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Abdulkareem Zahra Abimbola, ConsultingKolawole Temitayo Felicia, Waste ManagementAbdullahi Abubakar , ConsultingKorshima Imo Silas, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Abdulrahman Abdullahi Gara, Oil & GasKuye Adebanwo Anuoluwapo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Abdulrahman Ibrahim Abdullahi, Education And TrainingKuza Philemon Barnabas, Education And TrainingAbdulsalam Lukman Adebayo, ManufacturingKyauta Clement Kiba, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Abidogun Peter Temitayo, Education And TrainingLadejobi Kolawole Kayode, ICTAchadu Patrick Ebu, ManufacturingLauwali Shamsiya Lauwali, FashionAdeagbo Owolabi Gafri, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Lawal Kehinde Damilare, Professional ServicesAdebari Oluwatayo Jumoke, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Linda Ezinne Oseni, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adebayo Adenike Aminat, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Madukaego Macdonald Iheomachukwu, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Adebayo Mayowa Jonathan, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Madukwe Kosisochukwu Benjamin, FashionAdebowale Aminat Adenike, FashionMafuru Anna Ufuoma, Professional ServicesAdediran VICToria Titilope, FashionMamud Ibrahim , ManufacturingAdegoke Oluwaseun Mathew, ICTManzo Nyifamu Ogechi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adejumo Adeyanju Oluwatosin, Education And TrainingMarvels Chiedu Emmanuel, Education And TrainingAdelakun Toheeb Adeola, Education And TrainingMbamalu Adaobi Anuli, FashionAdeleke Adeola Simbiat, Education And TrainingMgbeme Chizoba Maryrose Nwachukwu, Education And TrainingAdeniji Moses Kehinde, Education And TrainingMichael Charles Godstime, Education And TrainingAdeniji Mustapha Opeyemi, ManufacturingMicheal Blessing Eyesu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adeniranye Oladapo Micheal, ConsultingMiracle Chukwu Otu, ConsultingAdesina Tosin Nathaniel, Professional ServicesMiracle Joseph Olusegun, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adesope Oluwafemi Adebisi, Waste ManagementMisa Gabriel Ezekiel, Education And TrainingAdesuji Samuel Abiodun, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Momoh Abraham Ogie, ConsultingAdetunji Abiola Peter, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Monday Akubo , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adetunji Adesola Samson, Education And TrainingMordi Patricia Uchechukwuka, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Patricia Uchechukwuka, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adewale Esther Bolanle, FMCGMoroyei Justice Miebaikebi, Commercial/RetailAdeyemo Olalekan Adekunle, HealthcareMorrison Oreva Federick, ManufacturingAduebe Chukwuebuka Jude, ICTMudashiru Riliwan Ayomide, ConsultingAfolabi Samson Gbemiga, Media And EntertainmentNasir Ruqayya Sani, Tourism/HospitalityAfolabi VICTor Omobolade, Education And TrainingNdahi Haruna Fatawa, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Agbaje Muhammed Afolabi, Commercial/RetailNdubuka Mercy Uche, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Agbi Anderson Praise-Jah, ICTNgim Ewezu Okpan, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Agbo Uchenna Thaddeus, ICTNjoku Uchenna Richard, Education And TrainingAgboola Sampson Oluwaseun, FMCGNmecha Onyinyechi Kate, Education And TrainingAgu Donald Chukwunalu, ConstructionNnaa Lenu Pyabara, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Agu Goodness Ogechi, Education And TrainingNnamdi Winifred Ogechukwu, FashionAgwupuye Edwin Akah, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nnanna Nnamdi Valentine, Waste ManagementAhmad Jameel Ismail, HealthcareNubaye Bala Johnson, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ahmed Sunday Fashola, Energy/Power GenerationNwaneri Davina Ozioma, Education And TrainingAja Onyebuchi Frank, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nwangwa Chinwendu Queenette, Tourism/HospitalityAjayi Oluwatoyin , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nwangwu Augustus Irechukwu, ICTAjifolawe Oladunni Oluyomi, FashionNwankwo Anthony Ugochukwu, Education And TrainingAkajagbor Oyovwe , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nwankwo Ifunanya Cynthia, Education And TrainingAkanbi Maleek Oluwatobi, Professional ServicesNwankwo Michael Chukwunonyelu, ICTAkangoziri Temple Ifeanyi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nwatu Chinweogo Jane, Education And TrainingAkani Chinenye Sandra, FashionNwokocha Chidiebere Merit, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Akerele Christiana Oluwaseun, FashionNwosu Adanna Ifeoma, FashionAkinola VICToria Ayomide, ICTNwosu Amarachukwu Eucharius, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Akiri Fejiro Emmanuel, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Obasi Chinyere Felista, FashionAkor Lucy Uwere, ManufacturingObazee Augustine Idehen, FashionAkosa Joyce Adaobi, FMCGObianauju Solomon Chikodi Nwachukwu, HealthcareAkpabio Michael Michael, ICTObikudu Chinemelu Samuel, HealthcareAkpan John Udo, Education And TrainingOdedeyi Oluwakemi Esther, ConsultingAkpan Shadrach Nsikan, Energy/Power GenerationOdumade Dare Abiodun, HealthcareAkpan Ukpono Boniface, Education And TrainingOdunbaku Mariam Ibironke, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Akpan Uwem James, Commercial/RetailOdunsi Toluwaleye Lydia, FashionAkpet Obaji Abung, Media And EntertainmentOdupute Francis Umendu, Media And EntertainmentAkwada Chukwuemeka Nnabugwu, Tourism/HospitalityOgherohwo Oghenetega Timothy, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Alayande Abdulwaheed Abiola, HealthcareOgolo Jeremiah Joshua, Energy/Power GenerationAlbert Serah Funmilayo, Education And TrainingOgu Blessing Oluchi, HealthcareAli Ishaku Baba, ManufacturingOgunbanjo Oluwatosin Motunrayo, FashionAmadi Jennifer Chinonye, Commercial/RetailOgunbode Tosin Emmanuel, Media And EntertainmentAmamgbo Christopher Chukwuemeka, ManufacturingOgunjobi Abdulazeez Opeyemi, Education And TrainingAmoseola Oluwayemisi Mayowa, ManufacturingOgunlade Francisca Onyinye, Education And TrainingAnene Chinenyenwa Joy, ManufacturingOgunnaike Titus Segun, ConstructionAneshimokha Omoganya Naomi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ogunseye Oladayo Israel, ICTAnierobi David Chijioke, ICTOgunwale Segun Emmanuel, ICTAnigboson Blessing Nwakego, Waste ManagementOjo Ayo Olawumi, FashionAnoro Mmaduabuchi Elwin, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Okafor Ifeanyi Nnamdi, ManufacturingAnozie Divine Chinonso, Media And EntertainmentOkafor Ugochukwu Joseph, Commercial/RetailAnya Tochi Fred, FashionOkanlawon Mimololuwa Paul, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Anyaka Chika Vivian R., HealthcareOkechukwu Chibunna , ICTArabome Samuel Anetor, ICTOkechukwu Chibuzo Chukwuka, HealthcareArinze Ebuka Emmanuel, Commercial/RetailOkey Kingsley Jerome, Media And EntertainmentAsanaga Edem Joshua Sunday, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Okolie Collins Oluchukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Asuquo Samuel Princewill, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Okolo Arnold Chukwujindu, ICTAtere Tope Gafar, ManufacturingOkolo Hillary Ndubuisi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Attah Queen Chichi, ManufacturingOkon Emmanuel Otu, Education And TrainingAudu Monday Ojonugwa, FashionOkon Mary Asukwo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Awokoya Temitope Rebecca, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Okon-Edem Samuel Edem, ManufacturingAyemere Christiana A, FMCGOkonkwo Nzube Franklin, Education And TrainingBada Omolara Funto, Education And TrainingOkoro Chukwunonso Eliezer, HealthcareBadamasi Abdulmalik , ICTOkoro Mercy Chinwe, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bamgbose Rashidat A, Commercial/RetailOkostone Mathwe Junior, FMCGBamidele Lateef Oluwaseun, Commercial/RetailOkoye Jude Chukwuka, HealthcareBamise Titilayo Temiloluwa, FashionOkpue Nduka Tamuno, ManufacturingBarhama Mohammed Kawule, ICTOkungbowa Mercy Osariemen, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bassey VICToria , FMCGOkunola Olawale Solomon, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bello Adesoji Tolulope, Education And TrainingOladunni Ismaeel Adebowale, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bello Charles Adebayo, TransportationOlaitan Taofeek Oladipupo, FashionBello Olayinka Uthman, FashionOlajide Felix Olatubosun, HealthcareBenedICT Iniobong Imoh, ManufacturingOlajide Hammed Isola, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bibi Fater Paul, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olajolo Mofiyinfoluwa Omotola, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Biobaku Naheem Adebola, HealthcareOlaniran Olawale Mutiu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Blackduke Boma Stephen, FashionOlaniyan Grace , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Blessed Onah Chisom, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olatunji Rita Morenike, FashionBobo Benson Bagwiba, Education And TrainingOlawale Enoch , ConstructionBolarin Hussein Kehinde, Waste ManagementOlawore Oluwatosin Emmanuel, ICTBusari Yewande Amenaghawon, ManufacturingOlayiwola Kemi Raimat, FashionChidume Ogochukwu Christian, HealthcareOlisa John Emeka, FashionChiedu Nkeonye Oge, Professional ServicesOliwe Emeka Degreat, Professional ServicesChiemela John Ihechimere, ManufacturingOlomina John Michael, Energy/Power GenerationChikeluba Ifeanyi Ikechukwu, ICTOlubiyi Omobolawa Omotola, ICTChikere Julia Chidinma, FashionOlubusoye Olayinka Folake, FashionChikere Osita Samuel, ManufacturingOlufadewa Isaac Iyinoluwa, HealthcareChioma Egwue , FashionOlukoju Francisca Ibironke, FashionChristian VICTor Onyedikachukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oluwaniyi Oluwadamilola Christianah, Professional ServicesChude Lynda Chiamaka, FashionOluwarore Kikiope Oluwafikemi, HealthcareChukwunta Chimezie Nicholas, ICTOluwatuyi Atinuke Ruth, FMCGDanzaria Jonathan , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Omale Mary Bright, FashionDaudu Martins Ayoola, Commercial/RetailOmiwale Abayomi Dotun, Financial ServicesDavid Maduabuchi Elvis, ConstructionOmoregie Juliet Imuetinyanosa, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)David Otonbara Conan, FashionOmotosho Funmilola Felicia, FashionDavid-Aguda Excellence Oluwakemi, Commercial/RetailOni Abiodun Ojo, ICTDisu Nathanael Wilson, FMCGOni Toluwalope A, Commercial/RetailDonatus Emmanuel Adeyi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onochie Natcino Ugo, ICTDoofan Mtswen Jovita, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onoguere Brume Wilson, Energy/Power GenerationDuru Uzochi Kosisochukwu, Energy/Power GenerationOnoja Inalegwu Friday, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Duruji Chinazaekpere Oguguo, HealthcareOnu Charles Kelechi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Echegwisi Chioma Princess, Financial ServicesOnu Chukwudi VICTor, ICTEdogiawerie Robinson Uwa, Education And TrainingOnuh William P, ICTEdunjobi Olusanjo Dayo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onuigbo Amuche Peace, FMCGEfemini Aghoghomena , Tourism/HospitalityOnwuchekwa Kingsley Anyaele, Commercial/RetailEferusuoa Nathaniel Kuna, ManufacturingOnwudiwe Killian Chukwuebuka, ICTEfionayi Michael Adebayo, Media And EntertainmentOnwuka Emmanuel Chukwudimma, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Egbelu VICTor Chimdi, TransportationOnwukanjo Innocent Onyechigoziri, Media And EntertainmentEhi-Joshua Opeyemi Omotayo, Education And TrainingOnye Ifeanyi Henry, ManufacturingEhimare Regina Aiwanehi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onyema Grace Amarachukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ejiofor VICTor Chukwudi, ICTOpara Innocent Osita, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ekanem Nsikakabasi Emmanuel, Waste ManagementOragwu Obiamaka Abimbola, FashionEke Kakimun Fredrick, Waste ManagementOsahon Larry Omoareghan, Haulage/ LogisticsEkidiare Linda Ojiyovwi, ICTOsaigbovo Evbu Josephine, ManufacturingEkure Michelle Erhuvwu, FashionOseni Olatunji Olasunkanmi, ICTElisha King Chibueze, ICTOseni-Wahab Nafisah Ojoma, FashionElo Murphy Efetobore, TransportationOshin Olufemi Abiola, Professional ServicesEmelereta Ekemena Oluwatobi, ICTOshinaga Folahan Ebunoluwa, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Emelibe Emeka Samuel, FashionOsiki Lemmy VICTory, Haulage/ LogisticsEmmanuel Peter , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Osime Amos Uwadiale, ICTEnyenakpor Loveth Wisdom, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Osuji Uche Samuel, FMCGEsharegharan Oghenerukevwe Jennifer, Education And TrainingOsunde Ugochukwu Anthony, Haulage/ LogisticsEsharitite Gloria Ochuko, FashionOsunsanya Adedare Oluwaseun, ICTEshiemeje Chidera Margaret, Commercial/RetailOwisi Owareobor Robor-Bliss, Financial ServicesEtim Aniekan Udo, ICTOwoh Mercy A, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oliorah Patrick Ifechukwu, HealthcareOlogundudu Olabisi Ijiwola, Education and TrainingOloniyo Theophilus Kunle, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olorunleke-Yekeen Ibukun Grace, Tourism/HospitalityOlorunwa Temitope Opeyemi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olugbade Olawale Joshua, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olutayo-Adigun Olubunmi , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oluwadusi Segun Olamide, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oluwole Funmilayo Comfort, Education and TrainingOmale Unekwu ., Education and TrainingOmange Mary Oluwaseun, FashionOmbu Koko Ayebawakokoyun, FMCGOmeokwe Cornelius Chikaodi, Tourism/ HospitalityOmerekpe Lynda Adanma, Education and TrainingOmotosho Safiya Olufunmilayo, FMCGOmowaye Ajiboye Benjamen, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onakoya Adeyemi Williams, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onoja William , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onugbor Godson Maduabuchukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onwudiwe Killian Chukwuebuka, Commercial/RetailOnwukwe Darlington Nnamuru, Haulage/ LogisticsOpoola Modupeoluwa Grace, FashionOrajindu Uchenna Eucharia, Tourism/ HospitalityOrdiah Daniel Ogochukwu, HealthcareOsagiede Eghosa Courage, ICTOssai Julius Ernest, ICTOttah Emmanuel Ifeanyichi, Media and EntertainmentOveh Oghenekome Elo, FashionOwo Ebuka Benjamin, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Oye Olufe Glory, Commercial/RetailOyebiyi Babajide Oyewale, Media and EntertainmentOyebola Ayodeji Abraham, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oyedele Adegboyega Solomon, ManufacturingOyeghe Dielamo Miederi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oyegoke Temitope Janet, ManufacturingOyetunde Elizabeth Babalola, ICTOzia Tobechukwu Wilson, Professional ServicesPatrick Kingsley A., ManufacturingPopoola Temitope Kikelomo, Professional ServicesRabiu Zahraddeen Bala, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Raji Mujahid Olabomi, ICTRotimi-Akinfenwa Ayodotun Modupe, ConsultingSagagi Yaseer Musa, Energy/Power GenerationSalifu Aduku Jonathan, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Sammy Pirihaborfa Frank, ICTSamuel Emmanuel , FashionSani Zubaida , FMCGSanusi Nafisat Abidemi, FashionSarah Okoli Odinirudirionyeudo, FashionShobajo Abdulazeez Olawale, Financial ServicesSholanke Sunday Kolawole, Waste ManagementShonubi Temitope Grace, ICTSimon Matthew Chukwudi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Simon Scott Wehinmi, ICTSopuruchukwu Ike Chikere, ICTSule Victor A, ConstructionSunday Esther Eboserebhen, ConstructionTaiwo Adebayo Solomon, Education and TrainingTemitope-Ojo Sandra Ene, FashionTerwase Emmanuel Tertsea, ICTThomas George Ayobami, Commercial/ RetailTolulope Fadehan Abosede, FashionToriola Isa Oladimeji, FashionUchechukwu Chinagolum , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ude Chiziterem Fortune, Energy/Power GenerationUdo Emem Effiong, ManufacturingUdogu Francis Chinonso, ICTUdoh John-Paul Ogochukwu Ogochukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Udo-Inyang Michael Aniekan-Abasi, Professional ServicesUgbodaga Jacob Erelumhe, ManufacturingUgwu Martins Ibuchukwu, Energy/Power GenerationUgwu Stanley Chijioke, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ugwuanyi Malachy Chinedu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ujunwa Ezidiegwu Ada, HealthcareUkamba Chuka Gerald, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ukana Victoria Ubongabasi, FMCGUkoha Albert Ndu, Professional ServicesUmar Bunza Abubakar Bunza, Energy/ Power GenerationUmbuguna Peter Elias, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Umogu Samson Ighofotu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Usa Bwilimri -, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Anthonia Chidimma, ICTUzoma Darlington Chima, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Michael Chikezie, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Michael Uchenna, Media and EntertainmentWusu Joseph Semako, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Yakubu Amifeoluwa Deborah, FashionYakubu Rogers Ishaya, FashionYavala Idisire Sale, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Yusuf Salomi , ManufacturingYusuff Akinboye K., ICT

African Development Bank (AfDB) list

Abalaka Alfred Ojonimi, Commercial/RetailAbba Yagana Baba, ManufacturingAbdulfatai Asema Ibrahim, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Abdulganiy Shehu Ibrahim, ICTAbodo Ojeme Ufuoma, FashionAbu Olufolake Onuche, Education and TrainingAbubakar Aisha ., Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Abueh Teeyee Miracle, ICTAdakole Moses Alexander, Financial ServicesAdebayo Joseph Olawale, FashionAdebayo Segun Joseph, ICTAdebowale Toyeeb Ademola, FashionAdeboye Adedayo Oluwanife, HealthcareAdedayo Akinola Olufemi, Energy/Power GenerationAdegeye Olakunle Daniel, Commercial/RetailAdejare Mutiu Adeshina, FMCGAdejare Victor Femi, Financial ServicesAdejoh Daniel Moses, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Adelekan Adedoyin Oluwaseun, FashionAdeloye Adebayo Christopher, HealthcareAdeoye Joshua Oluwadamilare, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Adesanya Oluwafemi Sanmi, ConstructionAdewumi Kadiri -, HealthcareAdeyemi Akinyele Patrick, HealthcareAdeyemo Oluwatosin Laura, FashionAdeyinka Bukola Christiana, HealthcareAdibe Franklin Uzoma, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Afolabi Ayodele Victor, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Afolabi Babajide James, Commercial/RetailAfolabi Stephen Olusegun, ConstructionAfolabi-Adeyemo Oluwasikemi Adedayo, FashionAgbo Akor Fidelcastro, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Agbo James Daniel, Commercial/RetailAhika Oche Adamu, ConsultingAina Gbenga Oladipupo, Waste ManagementAina Tolulope Oluwafemi, Education and TrainingAirewa Innocent -, ConstructionAjao Tejumola Olatomi, FashionAjayi Funke Abisola, Tourism/HospitalityAjayi James Adewale, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ajibade Ayodeji Samuel, Education and TrainingAjodo Benjamin Ojotule, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Akamo Olufemi Kingsley, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Akanbi Olumuyiwa BenedICT, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Akinboro Temitope Opeyemi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Akinleye Oluwole Abayomi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Akinola Emmanuella Mercy, ICTAkinsanmi Seyi Samuel, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Akojuru Adaora Angela, Commercial/RetailAkomolafe Damilola Seyi, FMCGAkpan Blessing Emmanuel, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Akpan Samuel Edet, Financial ServicesAkpan Theophilus Elijah, Media and EntertainmentAkpara Chinaza Nkechi, ManufacturingAlabi Joshua Abodunrin, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Alade Abigail Jesutomi, Education and TrainingAlade Jesujoba David, FMCGAlfred Mary Ajakaiye, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Aliyu Muhammad, ManufacturingAmuta Chris Chiemela, ConsultingAni Christian Ifeanyi, Waste ManagementAni Sunday Collins, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Anyado William Ikechukwu, FashionAnyanwu Cyriacus Chinaemerem, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Aondoakaa Emmanuel Kaatyo, ConsultingAsamu Augustine Ifeoluwaposimi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Asije Cynthia Omokhekpen, Education and TrainingAsobara Henry Chinweike, ICTAsudemade Habeeb Adefolarin, Media and EntertainmentAsumu Hilaria O, Professional ServicesAtere Onimisi Charles, Commercial/RetailAtuzie Joy Chiburuoma, TransportationAudu Friday , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Augustine Grace Grace, FashionAwa Kingsley Ud, FashionAwosika Olumide Olaleke, FMCGAyemlo Joseph James, ICTAyeni Folasola Ololade, ICTAyeni Musa Olabanjo, FashionAyiti Oluwatoyin Matthew, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ayodele Yussuf Olajide, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ayuba Anna , Education and TrainingBaiye Grace Onyieneoiza, FMCGBakare Faidah Adedoyin, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Balogun Dolapo Joel, Education and TrainingBamawo Precious Osariyekemwen, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Banjo Olusegun Adebayo, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Bankole-Ojo Olufunsho Samuel, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Bassey Victor Ransom, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bawa Jabez Ewuga, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bellu Chinenye Cynthia, FashionBernard-Nnabuike Chinenye Chinyere, FMCGBijimi David George, ManufacturingBobby Atabor Eleojo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bolaji Precious Temilola, FashionBolaji Zacchaeus Adebayo, Commercial/RetailBolarin Tajudeen Ayodeji, ManufacturingBosah Chibuzor Felix, FashionBosah Nonso Gabriel, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Bright Oluwayemisi Oluwabunmi, Waste ManagementBubu Pius Erheyovwe, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Caleb Peculiar Caleb, Education and TrainingChechet Benjamin Andrew, ConsultingChigbu Nnaemeka Charles, ManufacturingChinedum Nzubechi Collins, ICTChukwu Chikadibia Phillips, ManufacturingDahiru Ibrahim-Jamilu -, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Dakare Bright Ephraim, Commercial/RetailDaniels Edgar Ibe, ConstructionDanlami John , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)David Paul Oguche, FMCGDavies Michael Amarachi, ManufacturingDurojaye Olusegun Adeola, ManufacturingDuru Chika Zereuwa, Commercial/RetailDuru Finbar Nnaoma, ManufacturingEdegbo Miriam Ojali, Commercial/RetailEdeh Onyinye Anita, Education and TrainingEdem Godwin Edet, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Edigbe Efeoghene Foster, ManufacturingEkenna Matthew Chidinma, ManufacturingEkikoh Edidiong Malachy, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Elhassan Firo Darlene, ManufacturingEmah Wisdom Dennis, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Emmanuel Innocent Eteng, Media and EntertainmentEmmanuel Johnson , ConsultingEmmanuel Precious C., ICTEmokam Tochukwu Augustus, ManufacturingEmordi Ijeoma Isaac, Media and EntertainmentEmoruwa Rotimi Na, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Enebi Juliet , FashionEneji Brenda Ozavize, Commercial/RetailEnyibuaku Lynda Chinonyelum, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Etim Victor Ekpo, Media and EntertainmentEtta Emmanuel Etta, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Eyitayo Ayomipo Victor, Haulage/ LogisticsEze Kasiemobi Alexandra, ConsultingEze Olivia Chisom, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ezeana Obed Uche, Education and TrainingEze-Anopuo Chika Lawra, Professional ServicesEzeanyagu Patrick Tochukwu, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ezekwe Amblessed Sopuruchukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ezeugwu Nkiru Agatha, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ezeumeh Ifunanya Emmanuella, HealthcareFabusuyi Abiodun Michael, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Fajana Kayode Victor, ManufacturingFalajiki Adekemi Toyin, Commercial/RetailFasina Toluwanimi Opeyemi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Felix Chinonso Obi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Femi Akinyemi Richard, Waste ManagementFunmilayo Omoamila Omonuwa, TransportationGabriel Elizabeth , HealthcareGbadegesin Ruth Olufunmi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Gbadegesin Timothy Tolulope, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Geoffrey Abiye -, Energy/Power GenerationGift Uzodinma Chinecherem, FashionGobo Yira Bob, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Habibat Musa Habibat, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Hassan Lydia , ManufacturingHycent Ijeoma Lilian, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ibitoye Samuel Taiwo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Idahosa Stephen Azuka, ConsultingIdogho Godspower Oghenevwogaga, HealthcareIdoko Ifeanyi Na, Energy/Power GenerationIdoko Jane Jane, Education and TrainingIdowu Kayode Elvis, ConsultingIduoriyekemwen Osarumwense Osahenoma, ICTIfeanyi Iwuala Wisdom, ManufacturingIfekwem Vivan Amaka, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ifet Iniobong Edet, Commercial/RetailIgoromi Bridget Eva, Commercial/RetailIhidero Itunuoluwa Funmi, FMCGIkechukwu Nancy Aniogbu, FMCGIkhalea Godfrey Onor, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ikogho Seromume Emmanuel, FashionIluyemi Ayodele Clark, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Imianmian Precious Owen, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Iwuajoku Nonyerem Uche, Education and TrainingJaiyeola Aderonke Oluwafisayo, FashionJames Musa -, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Jenfa Olubunmi Olatunji, ManufacturingJim-Jaja Joshua Adawari, Financial ServicesJimoh Olayinka Mosudi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Jimoh Yusuf Aweda, ICTJohnny Kingsley Akpan, Haulage/ LogisticsJohnson Emmanuel Ime, FashionJohnson Peace Asuquo, HealthcareJonathan Chinemerem Franklin, Oil & GasJones Jessica Tosin, Education and TrainingJoseph Yacham Habakkuk, ManufacturingJumbo Joshua Ephraim, ICTKalu Divine , Media and EntertainmentKalu Ikechukwu Otusi, Education and TrainingKanayochukwu Nwafor Michael, FashionKareem Yusuf Akande, ICTKarimu Mba , ManufacturingKarimu Yambayhou , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Kaura Susan Divine, HealthcareKayode Oluwagbenga Emmanuel, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Kebu Joy Moyosoluwa, Commercial/RetailKelvin Samson Ojofor, Financial ServicesKentebe Francis Oyintarebi, FashionKingsley Victor Kelechi, FashionLambert Jeremiah Ibarakumo, ManufacturingLawal Toheeb Abdulrasaq, FashionLawal Usman Olanrewaju, FashionLawrence Collins C, ConstructionLongjohn Precious Tamunonengiofori, FashionMabawonku Oluwakemi , FashionMacpepple Rachael Ngowari, Tourism/ HospitalityMafikuyomi Adesola Emmanuel, FashionMagaji Samuel Nze, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Mahmud Hakeem Olowo, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Mathew Promise Prestige, FashionMatthew Emmanuel Edet, HealthcareMayaki Michael Yaba, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Mba Felicia Ginika, FashionMbakwe Obinna Anthony, ManufacturingMbashi Solomon ., Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Memud Luqman Olanrewaju, Waste ManagementMichael Gloria Chinonyerem, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Mmata Bella Vincent, ManufacturingModilim Geraldine Anulika, ICTMogaji Jamiu Abiodun, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Mohammed Anas Na, ConstructionMohammed Indah Saidu, FMCGMoses Nene Nene, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Mshelia Maria Maya, Commercial/RetailMusa Gloria Asabe, TransportationMusa Sambarka Mamman, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Mutalib Abeeb Oladayo, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ndibe Sylvester Mmaduka, Energy/Power GenerationNdume Green Bariseredum, Media and EntertainmentNjoku Chukwuka Eric, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nnawihe Juliet Chiamaka, FMCGNnochirionye Ifeanyi Chris, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Noah Akaniyene Udo, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ntuen Edet Umoh, Education and TrainingNwachukwu Clinton Obiora, ICTNwachukwu Ikechukwu Anthony, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Nwaigwe Chukwudi Christian, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Nwakpa Stephen Okwudili, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Nwankwo Ifeyinwa Luciana, Tourism/HospitalityNwaogu Emmanuel Ifeanyi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Nwaugo Stanley O., Energy/Power GenerationNwedufu Ebuka Victor, Professional ServicesNwosu Oluebube Udochukwu, Tourism/ HospitalityObeche Onyekachukwu Sandra, FashionObiadi Nathaniel Chidimma, HealthcareObialor Daisy Nkechi, ManufacturingObidiegwu David Chima, ConstructionObiokoye Divine Vincent, ICTOchiogu Obed Onyinyechi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Odesanya Ademola Samuel, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Odjoji Philip Tega, ManufacturingOdunewu Muyiwa Adedayo, Waste ManagementOdunikan Gbenga Kayode, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Oduniyi Onyinye Loretta, Tourism/HospitalityOdunsi Ololade Rahimah, FashionOdunwa Kome Oke, Education and TrainingOdusanya Joseph Oluwayosimi, HealthcareOgar Inyang Bassey, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ogbole Joseph Ogwuche, ConstructionOgbole Solomon Adakole, ICTOguego Onyinye Stephanie, Commercial/RetailOgugua Chika Hyacinth, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ogunleye Tolulope S, ICTOhiero David Ekawu, Media and EntertainmentOhioghame Jane Ekpemi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ohuizu Emem Joyce, Education and TrainingOji Queen Adanma, Education and TrainingOjo Adekunle Temi, ManufacturingOjo Tolulope Ifedayo, ManufacturingOkafor Hilary Ozioma, Commercial/RetailOkala Shedrack Chidiebere, Education and TrainingOkedoyin Faith Esther, ManufacturingOkeke Ijeoma Emmanuela, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Oko Isu Emmanuel Michael, FashionOkoh Solomon Bala, Haulage/ LogisticsOkolie Zeluchi Vianney, FashionOkon Ekemini Francis, ManufacturingOkonkwo Onyeka Obianuju, Professional ServicesOkonkwo Patricia Ekwutosi, HealthcareOkorafor Nneji Obi Chidi, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Okoro Amelia Diamond, FMCGOkoro Clara Chinwe, Tourism/HospitalityOkoro Johnpaul Chikere, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Okoro Precious Ebere, FMCGOkoro Solomon Moses, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Okotete Michael Oghenetejiri, Education and TrainingOkpe Dennis Enyuma, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oladosu Emmanuel Opeyemi, Financial ServicesOlaleru Ibikunle Funso, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Olanrewaju Olamide Ranti, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Olarewaju Racheal Oluwatosin, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olateju Olasupo Abolore, ManufacturingOlawepo Olawale David, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Olawuwo Afeez Olaide, ICTOlawuyi David Adeolu, Commercial/RetailOliorah Patrick Ifechukwu, HealthcareOlogundudu Olabisi Ijiwola, Education and TrainingOloniyo Theophilus Kunle, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olorunleke-Yekeen Ibukun Grace, Tourism/HospitalityOlorunwa Temitope Opeyemi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olugbade Olawale Joshua, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Olutayo-Adigun Olubunmi , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oluwadusi Segun Olamide, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oluwole Funmilayo Comfort, Education and TrainingOmale Unekwu ., Education and TrainingOmange Mary Oluwaseun, FashionOmbu Koko Ayebawakokoyun, FMCGOmeokwe Cornelius Chikaodi, Tourism/ HospitalityOmerekpe Lynda Adanma, Education and TrainingOmotosho Safiya Olufunmilayo, FMCGOmowaye Ajiboye Benjamen, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onakoya Adeyemi Williams, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onoja William , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onugbor Godson Maduabuchukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Onwudiwe Killian Chukwuebuka, Commercial/Retail OnwukweDarlington Nnamuru, Haulage/ LogisticsOpoola Modupeoluwa Grace, FashionOrajindu Uchenna Eucharia, Tourism/ HospitalityOrdiah Daniel Ogochukwu, HealthcareOsagiede Eghosa Courage, ICTOssai Julius Ernest, ICTOttah Emmanuel Ifeanyichi, Media and EntertainmentOveh Oghenekome Elo, FashionOwo Ebuka Benjamin, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Oye Olufe Glory, Commercial/RetailOyebiyi Babajide Oyewale, Media and EntertainmentOyebola Ayodeji Abraham, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oyedele Adegboyega Solomon, ManufacturingOyeghe Dielamo Miederi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Oyegoke Temitope Janet, ManufacturingOyetunde Elizabeth Babalola, ICTOzia Tobechukwu Wilson, Professional ServicesPatrick Kingsley A., ManufacturingPopoola Temitope Kikelomo, Professional ServicesRabiu Zahraddeen Bala, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Raji Mujahid Olabomi, ICTRotimi-Akinfenwa Ayodotun Modupe, ConsultingSagagi Yaseer Musa, Energy/Power GenerationSalifu Aduku Jonathan, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Sammy Pirihaborfa Frank, ICTSamuel Emmanuel , FashionSani Zubaida , FMCGSanusi Nafisat Abidemi, FashionSarah Okoli Odinirudirionyeudo, FashionShobajo Abdulazeez Olawale, Financial ServicesSholanke Sunday Kolawole, Waste ManagementShonubi Temitope Grace, ICTSimon Matthew Chukwudi, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Simon Scott Wehinmi, ICTSopuruchukwu Ike Chikere, ICTSule Victor A, ConstructionSunday Esther Eboserebhen, ConstructionTaiwo Adebayo Solomon, Education and TrainingTemitope-Ojo Sandra Ene, FashionTerwase Emmanuel Tertsea, ICTThomas George Ayobami, Commercial/ RetailTolulope Fadehan Abosede, FashionToriola Isa Oladimeji, FashionUchechukwu Chinagolum , Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ude Chiziterem Fortune, Energy/Power GenerationUdo Emem Effiong, ManufacturingUdogu Francis Chinonso, ICTUdoh John-Paul Ogochukwu Ogochukwu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Udo-Inyang Michael Aniekan-Abasi, Professional ServicesUgbodaga Jacob Erelumhe, ManufacturingUgwu Martins Ibuchukwu, Energy/Power GenerationUgwu Stanley Chijioke, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ugwuanyi Malachy Chinedu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Ujunwa Ezidiegwu Ada, HealthcareUkamba Chuka Gerald, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Ukana Victoria Ubongabasi, FMCGUkoha Albert Ndu, Professional ServicesUmar Bunza Abubakar Bunza, Energy/ Power GenerationUmbuguna Peter Elias, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Umogu Samson Ighofotu, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Usa Bwilimri -, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Anthonia Chidimma, ICTUzoma Darlington Chima, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Michael Chikezie, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Uzoma Michael Uchenna, Media and Entertainment WusuJoseph Semako, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Yakubu Amifeoluwa Deborah, FashionYakubu Rogers Ishaya, FashionYavala Idisire Sale, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Yusuf Salomi , ManufacturingYusuff Akinboye K., ICT

Anambra State Government list

Adelusi Oluwaseunnla Precious, ICTAkuma Chijioke, Energy/Power GenerationAnigbogu Anthony Chukwuebuka, ICTChukwujindu Maduabuchi Kingsley, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Dimma Okafor Juliet, FashionEze Nwakaego Juliet, FashionMuhammed Aminat Onize, FMCGNwakpu Chimaobi Daniel, Haulage/ LogisticsNwankwo Eucharia Okeanyanwu, ManufacturingOfojebe Alex Tochukwu, Education and TrainingOforkaja Paschal Chinazor, ICTOkeke Ifeanyi Pascal, Tourism/HospitalityOkeke Onyedika Kingsley, Agriculture (AgriBusiness, Farming)Okoye Ogechukwu Francisca, Agriculture (Agri-Business, Farming)Umeche Ijeoma Evangeline, Healthcare.

Friday, March 22, 2019

MRC case: Party activist reveals the sacrifices made by Kamto and Co.


In quintessence, he reiterated the determination of all those who share the ideology of Professor Maurice Kamto, second with 14%, far behind the President of the Republic Paul Biya, after the presidential election of 07 October 2018.

Their action and, according to Christian Marcel, their imprisonment is the process that will lead to the deliverance of Cameroon. He and his comrades are incarcerated as part of the march organized by this political party on January 26, 2019, both nationally and internationally.

That it is clear for Yaoundé.

We political detainees Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon kidnapped and then arbitrarily detained in the central prison of Yaoundé, never negotiate and never negotiate our release with anyone, let alone with the so-called leaders still tendentiously clinging to power in our country.

The sycophancy maintained at this time by lazy and thieves out of the hierarchy of what takes the place of government and also the Democratic Rally of the Cameroonian People, is a well thought out strategy to make believe the opinion that President Kamto Maurice would be tempted to negotiate his release and those of his supporters. All this is archi false!Kamto wants to meet Biya to talk about the future of the republic and the future of the children of this country.

We understand that for these vampires, the Republic always takes second place.They think only of their little person why they are limited when it comes to typically republican contingencies.

So we are ready to stay here in jail as long as it takes, maybe the rest of our lives, but we guarantee that the Republic will be delivered very soon. We therefore accept to be sacrificed for the cause.

Let our imprisonment, see our life sentence, be the price to pay.

Do not worry anymore for us, we are here for a better tomorrow for the Republic of Cameroon, for you and your children, for our children. The history of humanity teaches globally that change is often very poorly perceived even on the side of the oppressed.

This axiomatic reality leads us to forgive those Cameroonians who mockingly taunt us since we were taken hostage.

Long live a prosperous Cameroon! Long live a unified Cameroon! Long live the Republic!


Source: 237online.com

Breaking: Falana Gives Nigerian Government Two Weeks To Return Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and Co. from Cameroon to Nigeria


Falana promised to institute a legal case of contempt proceeding against the NSA and Nigerian government if they failed to return the deported refugees within the stipulated time.

Femi Falana (SAN), foremost human rights lawyer, has given the Nigerian government two weeks to bring back refugees and asylum seekers deported to their countries by the National Security Adviser (NSA).

In a letter dated March 20, 2019, Falana informed Abubakar Malami (SAN), Attorney-General of the Federation, of the court judgments against the NSA.

Judgments were given in two suits; FHC/ABJ/CS/147/2018 by Wilfred Tassang and 50 others against the NSA and FHC/ABJ/CS/85/2018 by Mr. Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and 10 others against the NSA.

Falana stated that refugees and asylum seekers are guaranteed legal protections according to 1999 Constitution, the National Commission for Refugees (Establishment Etc) Act, the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights and the United Nations on Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees Commission.

Falana wrote: “In view of the foregoing, we are compelled to request you to use your good offices to advise the Federal Government to comply with the aforesaid judgments of the Federal High Court without any further delay.

“In particular, you may wish to draw the attention of the relevant authorities to the case of the Minister of Internal Affairs v. Alhaji Shugaba Darman (1982) 3 NCLR 915 where the respondent who had been illegally deported to the Republic of Chad by the Federal Government was brought back to Nigeria in compliance with the orders of the Borno State High Court presided over by the Honourable Justice Oye Adefila of blessed memory."

Falana promised to institute a legal case of contempt proceeding against the NSA and Nigerian government if they failed to return the deported refugees within the stipulated time.

Falana had on March 1, won a case he instituted against the government when Justice Anwali Chinkere of the Federal High Court ordered that deportation of refugees and asylum seekers is illegal and unconstitutional.

A key Cameroonian separatist leader, Julius Ayuk Tabe, and 46 others were deported from Nigeria after their arrest in Abuja.

Ayuk, President of a self-declared breakaway state made up of the Anglophone regions of majority-Francophone Cameroon, was one of 15 people whom Cameroon issued an international arrest warrant for in November 2017.

Cameroonian Communications Minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary approved the move, saying "a group of 47 terrorists, among them Mr. Ayuk Tabe, has for some hours been in the hands of Cameroonian justice, before which they will answer for their crimes."

He also praised Nigeria for joining Cameroon in “never tolerating their respective territories serving as a base for activities that destabilise one or the other".


Source: saharareporters

Infidelity, lies and treason: Lady Ponce's husband 'exposes' his ex-wife


Nobody knows yet what would have created this total outburst on the part of the lover of Lady Ponce on his ex-wife.

For a few hours screenshots of a publication he would have made on his Facebook account continue to circulate on the web.

Youmbi Tsafack Aloys aka 'God Cyclone', the husband of singer artist Lady Ponce insult and openly humiliate his ex-wife with whom he would have shared nearly 15 years of life together.

Between infidelity, lies and betrayal, the husband of the queen of Bikutsi, without embarrassment, reveals the most intimate secrets of his ex-wife, Martha.

Read all of his post below ...









Installation of new gendarmerie officials kick start in South


The newly appointed national gendarmerie bosses in the southern region took office on 15 March 2019 in Ebolowa. The ceremony of taking up arms was chaired by the Minister delegate to the Presidency in charge of defense.

By putting them on mission in the region of the Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of defense recognized in them intrinsic abilities and adequate professional aptitudes. These qualities have weighed heavily in their favor so that they deserve the high confidence of the chief of state of the armed forces.

The new dynamics of the Cameroonian army call for their constancy in the dedication and the incessant effort. It is therefore natural that Mindef has prescribed an effective road map for successfully meeting the major security challenges of the day in Cameroon and the South, "your area of ​​responsibility being border with three countries friends the great banditry in cities and on certain roads and forest tracks it is emphasized the illegal exploitation of wildlife and forest resources by poachers and other traffickers, incessant migratory flows of individuals who are sources of illegal activities of illegal proliferation of weapons and ammunition is taken into account".

It is recommended to them an immediate and methodical engagement in the respect of the republican legality. The garrison of the South is also separated from two valiant officers of value. Colonels Eyenga Séverin and Anne Belle Nkoto who served here with efficiency and loyalty, dedication, availability, self-denial and patriotism. They left an indelible impression.

According to Joseph Beti Assomo, the Minister Delegate to the Presidency in charge of defense, "the focus should be on the surveillance and control of the border area adjacent to the Minkebe region of Gabon headquarters of questionable activities such as illegal immigration poaching of protected species and illegal gold mining which could be a source of destabilization for the subregion. Please, do not let our border ever be used by enemies of neighboring countries, brothers and friends. "

No grace time for these new leaders. The influence of the national gendarmerie and the maintenance of peace and security rest largely on them.


Source: laminute.info

Nkongsamba: strong tensions in the ranks of the CPDM


On the eve of the municipal, legislative and regional elections, and the 34th anniversary of the Cameroonian People's Democratic Rally (CPDM), celebrated on March 24, the ruling party is in trouble in Nkongsamba. Between resignations of activists, tensions in the town halls, the sons of Nkongsamba now want to take control of their destiny.

In the presidential election of October 7, 2018, the CPDM obtained nearly 77% of the vote in the Moungo Department, of which Nkongsamba remains an important stronghold. It was then believed that all the evils that had previously undermined the atmosphere within the party were but an old memory. That no ! The party of Paul Biya has just fallen back into its sempiternels through. Consequence: several local caciques of the party have just to throw in the towel. It is on February 10, 2019 that René Fengyep said "Féré", one of the great operators that counts Nkongsamba, seized the hierarchy of the party and shows his intention to slam the door. The community leader Bazou de Nkongsamba, municipal councilor at Nkongsamba Town Hall 3rd, accuses the "barons of the regime" in the Moungo "of negative influence". There followed a wave of resignations, including that of former deputy RDPC deputy Fabrice Tchoumen.

In Nkongsamba 1st, its mobilization force is not negligible. In 2013, he put in difficulty the mayor of the commune of Nkongsamba 1st, El Hadj Oumarou, during the municipal elections. Councilor Félix Mbella, a former deputy MP for the CPDM, as François Mbiankeu, one of the political figures in the city of Nkongsamba, also slammed the door. Joseph Kamsu, president of the CPDM branch no longer finding driving forces in the ranks of the party, has also ended his membership of the ruling party. Resignations that "will have a huge blow on the activities of the ruling party in Nkongsamba". While the CPDM hierarchy in the Moungo tends to relativize all his resignations, Christophe Fouenang, treasurer at the CPDM Moungo-Nord, thinks that "the atmosphere is not the same since then". Malaise in the town halls of Nkongsamba 1st and 2nd, the "fire" is almost burning. El Hadj Oumarou and Thomas Wandji are undesirable. If one of the reasons remains their origins, the one being of the North and the other of the West-Cameroun, their balance sheets also challenges.

In Nkongsamba 1st, since the arrival of the mayor El Hadj Oumarou, the locality does the spot. If the communal executive stands out in its support to schools, it goes without saying that the development of roads remained a puzzle. And there, we have almost no progress. From the city center towards the Hausa district, to Eboumbeng, the sons of Nkongsamba remain stunned, yet each of the mandates of beautiful promises are made.Announced several times, the construction of several roads has still not started.Initially, El Hadj Oumarou promised to revive urban transport. Just a few months of life, and then everything stopped. It will be learned that the bad pay conditions of the communal drivers have left the project this project. For some natives: "Only the children of Nkongsamba can understand the interest of modernizing their city", one hears here and there. The same desolation is noticeable in Nkongsamba 2nd, where reigns Thomas Wandji, the former delegate of the Moungo Basic Education Department.

Lack of electricity, lack of roads, apart from the one leading to City Hall, the only improvement of the locality. Their financial comforts, we learn, "have the merit of bribing people to approach and during elections. Because we must note that our people are still not aware of the interest in making decisions, "informs a city councilor. If the actions of Elyse Essamé, mayor of Nkongsamba 3rd and regional delegate of the Littoral Basic Education militate in his favor, but the militants of this constituency do not want any more.They maintain that "to successfully manage the city council without sharing, she took care in passing to exclude municipal councilors who could be an embarrassment for her. Now that this mandate is about to expire, she thinks she can give herself a good conscience by returning to those she despised yesterday. "

Allogens

The natives of the West of the country represent the greatest politico-social force in the three districts of Nkongsamba. Only, cohabitation within this community is not good. And this is one of the party's caciques who recently came out of his reserve: "I believe that they are opportunists, who in search of their electorate that they have misunderstood, want to continue to create the division and fish in troubled waters, in order to benefit from the support of theirs, "Christophe Fouenang loose in the columns of the newspaper Scores 2000. Influential member of the section CPDM MoungoNord, he is against the attitude of his brothers in the West. "The politics of painsardine, rice, and salt are just mockery. Our foreign politicians must change their mentality, stopping Nkongsamba from becoming a cash cow ... Today, the city is going through a socio-political crisis that many of our political actors are responsible for. I invite the responsible militants, the CPDM militants and the people of Nkongsamba to a vote of sanction and to trust new leaders with whom it would be necessary to define consensually another road map, "says Christophe Fouenang, who is no longer a campaigner. favor of several friends of yesterday. For the latter, it is time to change leadership because "politicians deceive President Paul Biya and the nation in Nkongsamba. We must mobilize to restore the truth, no offense to a few privileged who are the care of those who want to renew their mandates. In other words, the next elections are crucial for the future of the Moungo.


Source: Benchmarks No. 720

Olivier Nissack and Me Emmanuel Simh banned from leaving Cameroon


According to information gathered by Cameroonweb editorial staff from police sources, a ban on leaving Cameroon was issued against Mon Emmanuel SIMH, a lawyer for Maurice KAMTO, who is also third vice-president of the MRC and Olivier BIBOU NISSACK, spokesperson for the president of the MRC. The ban was reportedly registered at Cameroon airports yesterday.

As for the people concerned, they say that they have never been notified of this ban."It's totally illegal and arbitrary, because this prohibition has never been notified to any of us..", criticized the spokesman of Maurice KAMTO.

Remember that Olivier BIBOU NISSACK recently mentioned this ban in one of his outings.


Source: camerounweb.com

Anglophone Crisis: 7 People Arrested Following The Kidnapped Of Students At Buea University


At least seven people were arrested in Buea when security forces opened investigations to find kidnappers who kidnapped athletes from Buea University yesterday.

However, according to some sources, the arrested people are farmers who were on their farms around Buea University early yesterday morning when the incident occurred.

These farmers, four women and three men were taken into custody by the judicial police. Sources said family members were in the judicial police on Thursday morning demanding their release, but were informed that investigations were under way.

Meanwhile, the kidnapped students of Buea University are still in the hands of their captors. But the security forces continue the search.


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Paul Biya has passed the age of fear of the USA


It should be clear in the minds of our merchants of miracle solutions for an '' immediate peace '', that what is true for Libya, Côte d'Ivoire or Rwanda, is not necessarily true for Cameroon, for the good and simple reason that ''Cameroon is Cameroon''. In other words, the solution to the social crisis that persists in Cameroon can only come from Cameroonians, masters of their destiny and better imbued than anyone with the issues and impacts that it entails.

Crises of this nature are taking place right next to those countries with which they have more or less solid historical ties and a similar climate, without having succeeded in establishing a permanent peace, but they have the best trick for our tropical countries, which they believe to control better than ourselves, because they have long in the past, put the stigma of this crisis. Paul Biya has gone beyond the age of panic, from rush to even the most pressing and delicate situations. In other words, he will not bite this bait that seems too artificial to impress us.

Convinced that the detention or better deprivation of liberty of Mr. Kamto and company is a purely judicial matter, I do not really see him yield to this pressure which is all of an injunction. We must be content with our cultural values ​​which also have their positive side. I do not understand why the political stability and longevity of our Heads of State is so embarrassing for Westerners. Our sultans and kings die in power, without making waves, because our customs have always admitted that. It is the same for our Heads of State, so true is it that all power comes from God.

When the will of God withdraws, even by cardiac arrest, the Head of State is no longer there. For me, it is a complex related to our status as black people to believe that true civilization is among others. That the United States of America and France change Heads of State every quarter is their potato, Cameroon is Cameroon. As for American investments in Cameroon, this seems to me yet another form of blackmail, as is the symbolic gift that this not-so-smart diplomat came to give to our Head of State. We must protest against this kind of disregard for our statesmen.

We have a forest, soil and subsoil so rich that any investor would take the risk, especially since we were among the first African countries to understand that we had to diversify our partnership to stop hunting guarded from anyone. The most curious is that while many citizens are guilty of the same mistakes, it is just a handful of them whose liberty is being demanded loud and clear.

Let us remember some of the cases "Thierry Atangana and Lydienne Eyoum" of which a certain country claimed liberation and nationality. No, we can not continue to function by maintaining these inequalities. When Longué Longué broke the French laws, he was condemned, despite the secular relations that bind us, Cameroon did not lift a finger to officially ask for his release, because Cameroon respects the laws and justice of the countries friends.


Reporter: Georges Nyazang Boyokino,

Cameroon Crisis: Bafut Erected Wall to block road in a bid to avoid easy access by the Cameroonian soldiers


As socio-political crisis deepens in Cameroon, 7Katas of Bafut successfully erected strong wall to avoid easy access by the Military.

The wall is built with concretes and some other additives. See another photo below


Sociopolitical crisis: Trump wants to punish 27 members of the Biya regime


The diplomatic climate between Washington and Yaounde is bleak. Already rainy relationships may become stormy. After the visit of US Under Secretary of State for African Affairs Tibor Nagy in Cameroon and his audience with President Paul Biya, the White House will further harden its position to bend the regime.

According to the newspaper Le Monde, the United States plans to take financial sanctions against certain personalities of the regime who will be banned from staying on American soil. In addition, their assets would be frozen. The US State Department has already drawn up a list of 27 personalities of the Biya regime against whom these sanctions will be applied.

Moreover, the European Union, which has made an exit to criticize the management of the Anglophone crisis by the Cameroonian authorities, would be on the same wavelength as the United States. France, which has often served as an umbrella for Paul Biya, can not continue to protect him.

Paul Biya is cornered. Western countries want to force him to organize an inclusive dialogue to stop the war. A meeting could be organized to begin negotiations between the Yaoundé regime and the secessionists on a neutral ground.

It should be recalled that the United States has put an end to several programs of military and security assistance in Cameroon on the basis of accusations of "serious violations of human rights" by the Cameroonian police. "After careful consideration" of "our security relationship with Cameroon", "the US government has put an end to some of our cooperation," said an official of the US State Department.

"We are not taking these measures lightly, but we will not shy away from further decreasing our aid in light of the changing situation," he warned. Washington is ready to tighten the rope even more to smother a regime whose coffers are red, and who must fight on several safe fronts.

Subsequently, the United States stopped the training of Cameroonian soldiers, the delivery of spare parts for the C-130 military transport aircraft belonging to the Cameroonian fleet, as well as the delivery of four patrol boats, nine armored vehicles and four a radar system. Washington has also withdrawn from its proposal to be a candidate for a US training program for its Cameroonian defense forces.

The total amount of aid eliminated by the United States amounted to more than $ 17 million. The effects are already felt on the ground where Boko Haram takes the hair of the beast. The proposed financial sanctions against personalities, will further weaken a regime weakened by poverty, youth unemployment, secessionists, marches of the diaspora, Maurice Kamto and his supporters.


Source: cameroonvoice.com

In Etoudì, Paul Bíya was moved by Tibor Nagy


The idea of ​​an inclusive dialogue and especially the organization of an international forum put forward by the Americans to resolve the so-called Anglophone socio-political crisis may de facto be admissible and inadmissible both in substance and in form. First admissible given the fact that despite the multitude of measures taken by the State firstly to provide solutions to the consequences of this crisis and secondly to definitively fight with it, we realize that never the weapons have not stopped crackling.

That said, it remains undeniable that the only solution to resolve this crisis remains and remains inclusive dialogue. Only, we must first define not to say identify the potential interlocutors of the State. Unfortunately, in this context where the renegades, we have only supporters, what to say of the party's activists among whom we have great traditional leaders whose neutrality was apparent could probably force the respect and trust of both parties and give them naturally quitus as mediators not to say interlocutors of the state and being the voice of the voiceless, the voice of the people simply, everything seems difficult.

In any case, I probably forget that we are in the 21st century. Similarly, speaking of the international forum, we must say that we can not not give credit to this proposal when we know that the causes of this crisis are both endogenous and especially exogenous. Moreover, the state itself has on several occasions sent some members of the government as mediators in the West to discuss with our compatriots who live on this side so that, together, solutions are found. He also did not hesitate to invite his diaspora to Cameroon for the same cause.

Now, this idea is or would be out of order for the simple reason that it is diametrically opposed to the statements made by Mr. Tiby Nagy, broadcast on RFI in the beginning of March. In fact, we are in diplomacy and especially in the "real politics". In addition, whether we like it or not, it is a Cameroonian-Cameroon problem whose solutions must imperatively be found by Cameroonians. Something that does not mean that proposals for solutions can not come from friendly countries.

That no! Of course, Mr. Tibor at the end of his audience with the Head of State says he has discussed on all topics that is to say including certainly the KAMTO case if we stick to the analysis of some presses even Cameroonian lambda.

Well, if that is the case, then is it that Mr. Tibor made proposals to the head of state that the latter could acquiesce? Or can we say that this tete-a-tete could lead the government to find a spin to expand the latter, let us wait and see. One thing is certain: the case is in the hands of a competent court.

Let the judges do their job and nothing but their work. With regard to the issue of youth employment as mentioned by the American diplomat, it must be said that the latter only says what many Cameroonians have said. Moreover, during the presidential election campaign of 2018, M.

Joshua Oshi has repeatedly said to deplore wherever he went that the young people who took up arms in the crisis of the Northwest and Southwest are all or almost unemployed youth, young people disappointed.

This is to say that Mr. Tibor made only one observation, not to say that he just drew conclusions following an observation, exchanges or even an analysis. However, there is a prerequisite which is the return of peace and stability: pledges of job opportunities and sine qua non conditions of attractiveness. The photo submitted by President Tiby Nagy to President Paul Biya is undoubtedly part of the pure diplomatic traditions that want to address certain topics that are implicitly angry and that, through facts, gestures and images to the detriment of speech.

Be that as it may, he is obviously aware of the echo that his statements have had as a prelude to his audience with the Head of State, and as a diplomat he can suddenly choose to express himself differently. The least we can say is that it is an incommensurable image because it can convey both an implication and a presupposition. In any case, is not it customary to say that a picture is worth a thousand words?


Reporter: Djaouro Ruben

Paul and Chantal Biya preparing to jet out of Yaoundé this weekend


The head of the Cameroonian state should leave Yaoundé this weekend, along with his wife. He will participate with his counterparts in the subregion at the 14th summit of CEMAC.

From 22 to 24 March in the Chadian capital, will be held the 14th Extraordinary Summit of the Conference of Heads of State of the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC).

For this meeting, Chadian President Idriss Déby Itno invited all the heads of state of the Central Africa subregion. It's about "their Excellencies MM. Paul Biya of Cameroon, Faustin Archange Touadera of the Central African Republic, Denis Sassou Nguesso of Congo, Ali Bongo Ondimba of Gabon and Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, will lead high-level delegations to this work.

According to several concordant information, the Cameroonian president will leave the capital Yaoundé this weekend to participate in the work of this summit articulate around the theme: "Revitalize regional integration and restore security in the CEMAC area for strengthening economic reforms."

This meeting of high profiles focuses on the economy of the sub-region. Heads of State will consider: Reviewing the level of implementation of the resolutions of the Extraordinary Session of 25 October 2018 to revive the economies of member countries, the assessment of the progress of the Reform Program institutional and the review of Cemac's financing mechanisms through the recovery of the Community Integration Tax.

This 14th session of the Conference of Presidents of CEMAC is also a meeting of the evaluation of economic and financial programs (PEF) to which the six member countries are subjected since 2017.

It was indeed in December 2016 that President Paul Biya of Cameroon gathered his peers in Yaoundé for an emergency meeting on the economic situation, marked in particular by the fall in international oil prices.Falling oil revenues were the main source of revenue in CEMAC.

Under PEF with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) the CEMAC countries have since held no less than 4 evaluation meetings. The last one attended by President Paul Biya was the one held in October 2017 in Ndjamena.

Thursday, March 21, 2019

Cameroon Crisis: Black Day In Wum, Mbesa Under Attack as soldiers set houses ablaze


Several houses have been set ablaze in Zonghefu village in Wum by soldiers, a source has confirmed.

The onslaught came barely less than a week after soldiers reportedly shot and later burnt three boys in a house to death.
A month ago, soldiers publicly executed a man near the Grandstand in the presence of the toddler son who watched in dismay.

Early this morning,  Mbesa, a village under Belo Subdivision was invaded by heavily armed security forces.

Locals testified that several houses were set on fire, with those situated along the road most affected.

We cannot confirm reports that casualties were recorded.
"They storm the area at 6am this morning, people are now seeking refuge in bushes. God help our people" a witness lamented from Mbesa.


Mimi Mefo Info

A priest brutally killed in Ngaoundéré


Father Jean Marius Toussaint Zoumaldé was stabbed in the morning of Wednesday, not far from Notre Dame cathedral of Apostles Ngaoundere.

Police discovered Wednesday the remains of the priest Jean Marius Toussaint Zoumaldé, of the congregation Capucin, lying in a pool of blood. The body of the prelate bore deep wounds in the chest. All things that favored the thesis of murder sustained by both the police and the religious authorities.

An investigation is open, the first elements of which indicate that Jean Marius Toussaint Zoumaldé was killed during an attack.

According to the police, the scene unfolded as the unfortunate man prepared to return to his parish of Baibokoum in Chad, his country of origin. He arrived at Ngaoundéré on March 19th at around 7pm. He then took a room at the Ngaoundere Diocese Procession before leaving for an operation in the city center.

He was not seen until the macabre discovery. His belongings were all found in his room. The body was deposited at the Ngaoundéré Regional Hospital.


Source: Journalducameroun.com

URGENT: daily Mutations journalist kidnapped by the police


The journalist Adrienne ENGONO MOUSSANG serving in the daily Mutations has just been stopped at home by members of the police, learns at the moment the writing of CameroonWeb.

For the difficult time to have more details on the reasons and circumstances of his arrest considered as a "kidnapping" to believe a warning message published this Thursday morning by the editor of the newspaper Mutations.

"Adrienne Engono Moussang was kidnapped by police officers who were trying to search her house without any warrant," the message said.

The latest news, she would be at this moment, at the central police station number 4 sis Ekounou.

Recall that for a few months now journalists have been arrested or assaulted in Cameroon.


Source: camerounweb.com

Break at the París embàssy: Bíya et Cie in a race against the clock


ABOUT THE RESPONSIBILITIES ATTRIBUTED TO MAURICE KAMTO ET CIE

I was yesterday at the Directorate General of the French Gendarmerie to ask some questions:

- What does French French man of Cameroonian origin is extracted from an embassy that has been ransacked?

- How can Gendarmerie forces intervene in an embassy, ​​that of Cameroon in this case, following a rampage without interpellation or summons, even when all the people inside have been searched and identified?

- What use can the Gendarmerie make of camera surveillance images and those available on social networks to trace the course of events and identify the people present?

Having organized rallies in front of or near the Cameroon Embassy, ​​I finally asked the following question:

How is it that every time events have been organized for several years in Auteuil, like that on Eseka, Vanessa Tchatchou, Koumateke, the crisis of NO-SO, etc., the Prefecture of Police confined the Cameroonians to 100 m from the embassy on the ground - full at the exit of the metro Porte d'Auteuil and deploys manpower in front of the embassy, ​​and that the 26 January last, in spite of the alerts of the charge d'affaires of the embassy of Cameroon, no bus of security forces were sent to secure the diplomatic mission?

I did not have any answer !

I have indicated that my job as a journalist having led me to carry out investigations even tougher than this one, I will do everything so that the Cameroonians and the French people know the truth about this history.

Because, it must be said: if Emmanuel Macron telephoned his Cameroonian counterpart Paul Biya about the detention of Maurice Kamto et Cie, the simplest thing to do is first to answer these simple questions that are small fry for the French special services, the Gendarmerie and the police of the country of Leclerc, Aujoulat, Messmer and Foccart.

Cameroon and France have already collaborated on more difficult, tough or sinister issues than this one. The current vagueness gives the impression of a cunning under a veil of mysteries that does not honor the chanters of the proclamation of Human Rights and of Justice. It only takes two days for this file to be completed after all parties have been heard and confronted.

The lie takes the lifts of history and the truth takes the stairs of time..


Reporter: Abdelaziz Moundé

panic within the army as Secessionists equip themselves with M21 rifles


A secessionist attack resulted in five serious injuries in the ranks of the army yesterday Wednesday in Belo in the Boyo Department (North West). The military was ambushed by separatist groups known as Amba Boys.

According to the military report of the attack, the exchange of fire lasted several hours between the elements of the defense forces and the secessionist fighters. The report also states that the attackers have used sophisticated weapons such as the AK47 and M1, which is a first since the start of clashes in English-speaking areas.

Elements of the Daouda Charles Presidential Guard, and a certain Njikam were wounded in the head while Constable Njipita Frank and two others were wounded in the leg and belly. They were rushed to Mbingo Hospital. Reports indicate that secessionist fighters managed to seize two M21 rifles and ammunition from the army during the attack.

These new acquisitions are fearing the worst in the rank of the army where the bloody secessionist attacks are already creating waves.

A few months ago, secessionist activists established in the diaspora had initiated a fundraising operation such as "My trip to Buea" or "Operation AK47" to equip secessionist armed groups.

Etoudì: Paul Biyà díd not want to 'feél' the US ambassádor


The meeting on Monday, March 18, between US Under Secretary of State Tibor Nagy and the Cameroonian president may not have been held in calm waters as one might think following the highly-publicized statements of the US government member. Witness this particularly disturbing image.


An image that has sparked an outcry among many international observers including Americans, who ask that the light be made on this subject: "The American public wants to know exactly what is happening in this image. It has been reported to us that the ambassador was harassed by the presidential guard on the strict instructions of the presidency.They wanted to prevent the ambassador from meeting the President together with the Under-Secretary of State for African Affairs.


It remains to be hoped that this information will not be proven, for if the attempt to prevent Ambassador Peter Henry Barlerin from being part of the delegation accompanying Under-Secretary of State Tibor Nagy to meet with Mr. Biya proved to be true it is to be feared that the US Ambassador to Cameroon that the regime is not already in the heart because of its propensity to say things as they are, is really in the sights of this regime that not only takes liberties with the rights and liberties of its own citizens, but is increasingly taunting the Western powers, with the financial, political and military support it receives from powers such as China, Russia, Turkey and Israel. concerned about their own internal functioning through the issue of human rights. Even if, by nuance, it is against the Palestinians and not against its own populations that Israel likes to show muscles and teeth.


This intimidation, if it was true, could also have helped to cool Tibor Nagy's "right-wing" hunger, which - which is humanly understandable - would have feared, after this surge of savagery, to be attacked (if not worse). by Cameroonians acquired by the regime, if they persistently evoke the problem of Cameroonian politicians incarcerated for opposing Paul Biya, or that of the war in the English-speaking regions where the regime and its army have led once peaceful populations on the path of the Civil War.


Hence the mixed statement of Tibor Nagy at the end of the hearing, rather praising the "knowledge" (sic) and "wisdom of the president" (re-sic) Cameroon which it is obvious that these are not not the highest qualities, and that of the quality of Cameroon-US relations, while the hatred of the US in the ruling circles of Cameroon whose supporters in the opinion do not miss any opportunity to brocade the US by pointing the finger at his imperialism , are of the order of the truism.


Still, for many analysts, what happened in Yaounde on March 18 will not prevent Cameroonians bowing under the yoke of oppression to continue to raise their voice until one day someone one hears them and decides to help them put an end to a regime that draws its strength from the weapons available to its own army by the Western powers that it nargues and threatens today, as this tweet indicates Urging the Trump administration to intervene immediately in Cameroon where a silent genocide is taking place. "The world can not sit still watching a brutal dictator continue to commit war crimes with impunity. The anti-establishment administration of President @POTUS must stand with the oppressed, "reads.



Source: cameroonvoice.com


Drinking very hot tea almost doubles risk of cancer, new study says


Many people start their day with a cup of tea. But those who drink it piping hot could be increasing their risk of esophageal cancer, according to a newstudy.

Researchers found that tea drinkers who liked their beverage to be warmer than 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit) and consumed more than 700 ml of tea per day -- about two large cups -- had a 90% higher risk of esophageal cancer, when compared to those who drank less tea and at cooler temperatures.

The study looked at more than 50,000 people in Golestan, a province in northeastern Iran.

"Many people enjoy drinking tea, coffee, or other hot beverages. However, according to our report, drinking very hot tea can increase the risk of esophageal cancer, and it is therefore advisable to wait until hot beverages cool down before drinking," said Dr. Farhad Islami, of the American Cancer Society and the study's lead author.

Previous research has found a link between hot tea drinking and esophageal cancer. This study, published Wednesday in the International Journal of Cancer, was the first to pinpoint a specific temperature, according to the authors.

Esophageal cancer is the eighth most common cancer in the world and is often fatal, killing approximately 400,000 people every year, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer. It is usually caused by repeated injury to the esophagus due to smoke, alcohol, acid reflux and -- maybe -- hot liquids.

The esophagus is a long tube through which swallowed food and liquids travel to reach the stomach.

The American Cancer Society estimates that 13,750 new cases of esophageal cancer will be diagnosed in men and 3,900 new cases in women in the United States in 2019.

The team of researchers followed 50,045 people, aged between 40 and 75, for an average of 10 years. Between 2004 and 2017, the researchers detected 317 new cases of esophageal cancer.

The study said more research was needed on why exactly drinking very hot tea is associated with the higher risk of esophageal cancer.

Stephen Evans, a professor of pharmacoepidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said that it was the heat that was the issue rather than the type of beverage.

"In fact, it is probably anything hot: Microwaved jam has been known to cause esophageal injury. It is possible that the trauma leads to cell changes and hence to cancer," he told the Science Media Centre. Evans was not involved in the study.

In the United States and Europe, tea is rarely consumed at temperatures above 65 degrees Celsius (149 degrees Fahrenheit) -- but in places like Russia, Iran, Turkey and South America, it is common to drink tea that hot or even hotter.

"If you go to the Middle East or to Russia, they drink it out of a samovar that's constantly under heat," said Peter Goggi, president of the Tea Association of the USA told CNN last year. "It's very, very hot."

Dr. James Doidge, senior research associate at University College London, said that hot drinks were an established risk factor for esophageal cancer.

"It doesn't take a scientist to appreciate that repeated irritation of any body surface increases your risk of cancer. Sunburn gives us skin cancer, smoking gives us lung cancer, and many foods and drinks contribute to risk of gastrointestinal cancers," Doidge, who wasn't involved in the research, told the Science Media Centre.



By Nina Avramova, CNN

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Meeting between Biya and Tibor Naguy: René Sadi was completely wrong


In social psychology, certain reactions make it possible to interpret a man's thought or emotions. From the words spoken, one can detect hidden and unstated intentions and ambitions. In his interview of 20 March 2019 on Rfi, Sadi Réné, the Cameroonian Minister of Communication expressed a great embarrassment at the mention of the name of Professor KAMTO that the journalist has not stopped pronouncing. Indeed, Sadi Réné has always been cited as one of the potential successors of Paul BIYA. We still remember these multiple articles presenting him as the dolphin by the newspaper Jeune Afrique during his visit to the General Secretariat of the CPDM and the Ministry of Territorial Administration.

It does not take a crystal ball to know that the rise of Professor KAMTO, the wide mobilization for its release both nationally and internationally, the successful mesh of his party the MRC on the whole territory, in are now inevitably the third president of the Republic of Cameroon. The great world chancelleries now know who is KAMTO unlike Sadi the supposed dolphin who does not have such an aura. In such a scheme, Sadi's small calculations are in the water. This is why in a denial of reality, he tried in vain during this interview with RFI to do a repression by recalling in all his sentences that KAMTO must "Stop acting like the alter ego of President BIYA Or that he "is a citizen like everyone else". In psychology, this complex is called "The Cain Complex". Sadi settled a personal matter. The reason was out the window.So he wanted to fight with the one who puts an end to his beautiful dream of succeeding Paul BIYA, he lost control.

Because how to understand that a high official like him, takes with so much violence to the proposal of amicable settlement of a litigation by Master Dupont MORETTI whereas it is professional practice that the Lawyers are mediators appointed in business where they are formed? The friendly settlement is part of the duties of the Lawyer. To say publicly that Dupont MORETTI did not come as a mediator, but as a lawyer to defend his client in court is meaningless. Because it is not up to the Minister of Communication to define the extent of the work of the Lawyer. The lawyer is free of his defense, I had just read on a site of Lawyers.

So when Sadi says that during the talks between BIYA and the US Under Secretary for African Affairs TIBOR NAGUY, the KAMTO case was not mentioned, from whom does he keep this information?Especially not the US official. It would indeed be inconsistent and naive to believe that TIBOR NAGUY did not address this issue and that he had to say publicly on leaving the palace of the unit that he requested the release of KAMTO.Diplomacy has its rules. More so, such a statement would undermine the grandeur image of the absolute monarch.

MBELE ANGOULA

Psychology teacher


Reporter: MBELE ANGOULA