In Cameroon, anti-gay voices grow louder.

In Cameroon, the topic of homosexuality is no longer taboo. Both in Yaoundé and Douala, on the street, in taxis, restaurants, bars, offices and markets, on the radio and on television, it is difficult to spend a day or even an hour without the conversation reverting to this topic. Opposition to homosexuality has become the…

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Vox pop: Must Biya Hide His Buea Visit Date?

Several Cameroonians were interviewed and below are their individual opinions on Biya’s ‘Visit’ to Buea. 1. He Is Not Ready. Biya is the Head of State and has the Cameroon programme in hand and so doesn’t need to give an account of his departure to anyone if he doesn’t deem it fit. If he hasn’t…

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Amnesty International wants Cameroon to grant Gay Rights.

Amnesty International, AI, has stigmatized Cameroon as a country with a bloody record of human right abuses. This is the byword of the 2012 report the organisation published in January 24. “People in Cameroon are being subjected to a raft of abuses including unlawful killing and torture as the authorities seek to use the criminal justice system…

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MARAFA TRIAL: Release Our ‘President’! Crowd Tells Court

A combined squad of gendarmes and police that cordoned off all the entrances to the Mfoundi High Court in Yaounde might have been frightening. But former Minister of Territorial Administration and Decentralisation, Marafa Hamidou Yaya, received a cheerful welcome from an estimated 8.000-man strong crowd as he returned to the High Court Tuesday, July 24….

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Suicide Incidence in Yaounde Lake Rising

Elements of the city’s firefighting brigade told reporters it was hard in the circumstances to conjecture for how long the corpse had stayed in the water body.  They also could not immediately establish if it was a case of suicide or murder. They added that considering the advanced state of decomposition of the cadaver as…

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Paul Biya’s Re-election: A CRTV Perspective

Paul Biya has been re-elected for another 7-year-term as President of Cameroon, according results published by the Supreme Court (sitting in lieu of the Constitutional Council) on Friday 21 Oct 2011. He won 77.98 percent of the votes cast. After the proclamation of the results, George Ewane, the correspondent who covers presidential affairs for the…

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The Incumbent, Pres. (Mr.) Paul Biya thanks Cameroonians for re-electing him as President of the Republic of Cameroon #cmr11.

Fellow Cameroonians, My Dear Compatriots, In accordance with our Constitution, the Supreme Court, acting as the Constitutional Council, has just announced the results of the 9 October 2011 presidential election. In a completely sovereign, free and transparent manner, you have once again decided to entrust me with the office of President of the Republic. Thank…

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Cameroon policemen on poll duty killed at a Polling Station

Two killed in unstable Bakassi region while securing presidential election expected to be won by incumbent Paul Biya. Two military policemen were killed in the unstable southwestern Bakassi region of Cameroon while securing presidential elections there, the government has said. They were killed on Sunday by “armed men who have not yet been identified” in Isanguele…

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President Sarkozy Rejects another Biya term … endorses popular revolution

Intro by Innocent Chia & Translation by Philip Acha Like an amputation without anesthesia, French President Nicolas Sarkozy has thrown African French puppet Presidents under the proverbial bus as popular risings pick up momentum from the typhoon winds blowing down on the rest of Africa from the North. A shortlist of measures contained in a…

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The Cameroonian Conundrum: Autopsy of a Moribund Nation

By Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta Introduction The ailing polity code-named Cameroon seems to be afflicted with a medley of ailments that have earned it a myriad of sobriquets:Clando Republic, Mimboland, Animal Farm, Gaullist Africa, Ghost Nation, and more. The purport of this write-up is to diagnose the illnesses with which our nation is afflicted. The end game…

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Cameroonian Girls and their Funny Schemes.

This here is an apt example of how girls in Cameroon behave while out on a date. It bugs me so much to see that they really still keep-up such a practise whereas its been identified as a social bad. I’s funny however but not a good practise. That’s my opinion. What’s yours? 1st collector…

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Cameroonians are called up to Rise!!!

I’m loving the speech in English. Damn!!!! Related Articles Quick Item on Cameroon’s Protests (sahelblog.wordpress.com) Cameroonians plan anti-government protests (cnn.com) Cameroon’s 2011 Presidential Elections: Democratic Ideals or Complacent Politics of Disappointment By Frank Oben:North Africa: Nod Africa or ‘Not’ Africa? (ntemfacofege.wordpress.com) VIDEO: Myra Maimoh – She is Cameroonian. Did you know? Oh but you need…

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