The amount of equipment made available is “ridiculously small,” said Roger Kaffo, general secretary of the National Union of Secondary School Teachers, pointing out that the supply of 3,000 masks was not even one mask per teacher at secondary-school level. … [Read more...] about Cameroon government under fire as COVID-19 tally rises
According to the state-run newspaper Cameroon Tribune, the Littoral Region, where the country's commercial capital Douala is located, has reported 563 cases so far, the highest caseload among the regions, while the capital Yaounde is the least affected with just three cases. … [Read more...] about Cameroon reports over 980 cholera cases, 45 deaths since beginning of 2020
I can’t say because I can only see the future of our young players who are impressing very well in Europe at the moment. That young boy in Villarreal, Samuel Chukwueze is doing very well. I am impressed and hope that he remains committed and continue to be disciplined. Another young star I see becoming great in the nearest future is Victor Osimhen who plays for Lille of France. The young man at Leicester, Wilfred Ndidi is also doing very well. There are many others I cannot recall their names at the moment. Once they continue to do well, remain focused and consistent, Nigerian will be strong. … [Read more...] about GARBA LAWAL: It was painful losing 2000 AFCON to Cameroon
Local sources told Xinhua the civilians were drinking in a bar early Monday in Mmouck Leteh, a locality in Lebialem division of the region, when heavily armed men held them at gunpoint and took them away to an unknown destination. … [Read more...] about Over 60 civilians abducted in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone region
“Although hunters no longer target gorillas, snares set for other game pose a threat to the gorillas as infants can be caught in them and potentially die from injuries,” Imong said. Disease is also a potential threat, along with conflict and insecurity in Cameroon. … [Read more...] about Rare Cross River gorilla adults and babies captured on camera in Nigeria. Seen the pictures yet?