Africa Archive

Egypt:Nearly 100 students treated for food poisoning

Cairo – Egypt’s Health Ministry says 98 students in the Nile Delta north of Cairo have been treated for food poisoning symptoms in the second case of suspected mass poisoning caused by government-issued lunches this month. Hanaa Sorour, a ministry official based in the Read on » » »

French Africa Policy Damages African and European Economies.

Bleeding Africa and Feeding France – The Face of French Modo-Colonialism. Christof Lehmann (nsnbc) : Since the independence of the former French colonies in western Africa they are in spite of the richness of their natural resources and the productivity of their populations still Read on » » »

Cameroon-National Assembly:Tensions Rise as SDF Parliamentarians Prepare to Exchange Blows

National Assembly SDF parliamentarians are poised to block all proceedings at the National Assembly this 2017 until they are informed on the Standing Order for uplifting parliamentary immunity. More than 10 of the people’s representatives from the troubled North West and South West Regions Read on » » »

Anglophone crisis-Cameroon to JAIL Bar. Akéré Muna

Barrister Akere T. Muna Barrister Akéré Muna may join Paul Ayah Abine, attorney general of the Supreme Court and leaders of the Cameroon civil society consortium in jail. According to a letter by the Lieutenant-Colonel who is the Head of the Central Judicial Research Read on » » »

Cameroon :Mancho Bibixy seriously sick, girlfriend on the run.

  Mancho Bibixy after a failed arrest in Bamenda last December. The SCAR on his neck after the failed arrest is our big question.????   The girl friend / wife to be of Mancho Bibixy alias the coffin revolutionary leader Mrs Lum Saffi  missed Read on » » »

Anglophone Crisis:Biya invites Commonwealth SG to visit Cameroon

  Cameroon has assured the secretary general of the Commonwealth that it is doing everything possible to address concerns about alleged human rights abuses against the country’s Anglophone community, which has sparked demonstrations. Commonwealth SG Patricia Scotland               Read on » » »

Cameroon’s president left Yaoundé this Saturday for Rome

 President Paul Biya At the invitation of Italian President Sergio Mattarella,the Cameroonian President Mr Paul Biya left Yaounde  Saturday the 18th of March 2017 for a two-day official visit to Italy from 20 to 22 March 2017. The 85 year old leader is accompanied Read on » » »

Cameroon Consortium president Dr. Nkongho among 100 most influential Africans in 2016 by New African Magazine

Barrister Agbor Balla Nkogho Felix, the president of the Anglophone Consortium, who is now in detention in Yaounde, has been named by New African Magazine as one of the most influential African in 2016. He is being recognized for re-launching the Ghost Towns in Read on » » »

Madagascar FA chief Ahmad elected as new Caf president

Madagascar Football Association chief Ahmad has been elected Confederation of African Football president, ending Issa Hayatou’s 29-year reign. Ahmad won 34 of the 54 votes in the election, which was held in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa on Thursday. The result means a change in Read on » » »

Cameroon :Biya’s henchman contacts consortium interim in the NAME of the Presidency

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Reports says serious charges have been filed against the present President and candidate of CAF which may dam  his current application for succession as head of CAF. According to a leaked FIFA correspondence signed by Miguel Poiares Maduru,Chairman of the Review committee dated 9th Read on » » »

Growing Anglophobia in Cameroun as Immigration Authorities Reject Passport Documents

  Officers at the Yaoundé Immigration Centre have embarked on a policy to reject renewal applications of Anglophones who approach the immigration office to establish their Passport documents. Residents of the North West and South West Regions are denied the chance to renew their Read on » » »


PAUL BIYA President Paul Biya has signed a decree appointing members of the National Commission of bilingualism and multiculturalism.In the  decree made public today the sister of benard muna who is the lead lawyer for the defense counsel of the detained civil Society Consortium- Read on » » »

Cameroon coach Hugo Broos leaves Lions for Black Stars of Ghana

The coach of the indomitable Lions  of Cameroon is parting ways with the African nation cup champions according to news reaching Hugo Broos Broos who a few weeks ago, submitted his candidacy for the post of coach of the Bafana Bafana of South Read on » » »

Battle for Southern Cameroons: Plans to assassinate senior activists in Nigeria uncovered

Recently there has been an influx of Francophones into IDP camps in Nigeria. The number which increases by the day is not unconnected with the ongoing struggle in Southern Cameroons, which has caused many Anglophones to flee to neighboring Nigeria for refuge. According to Read on » » »

Cameroon:Last Remaining West Cameroon Minister HON. J.C KANGKOLO Dies Amidst Anglophone Crisis

This is the story of a man born of poor parents but destined to become minister and politician. He was separated from his mother aged five and sent to school in Weh, 30 KM from his Buu village in Fungom sub division. After completing Read on » » »

Cameroon :There is a squad from Yaoundé with orders to kill me -Hon Wirba

  Hon. Wirba  Joseph Hon Joseph Wirba has informed Southern Cameroonians that the colonial government of La République in Yaoundé has ordered  a squad  to kill him.  The no-nonsense Revolutionary leader in a message March 13th on Facebook, confirmed that he is presently in the Read on » » »

Berlusconi : «La chute de Kadhafi n’était pas une révolution, mais un complot français»

Rome : Sylvio Berlusconi de retour sur le devant de la scène politique italienne, a fait des révélations fort embarrassantes pour la France, sur la guerre en Libye. Le feu dirigeant libyen, le colonel Mouammar Kadhafi était le seul leader capable de maintenir l’unité Read on » » »

South Korea’s ousted leader leaves presidential palace

Seoul – Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye left the presidential palace on Sunday evening, two days after the country’s Constitutional Court removed her from office over a massive corruption scandal. South Korean television showed Park’s motorcade leaving the Blue House and heading for Read on » » »

Policeman killed in south Tunisia ambush

Tunis – A police officer was killed and another wounded in a night-time ambush on a checkpoint in southern Tunisia, the interior ministry said Sunday. Two suspected jihadists were killed and another seriously wounded in the incident near Kebili, 480km south of Tunis, in Read on » » »