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Cameroon security operatives didn’t attack our people -A/Ibom Govt

The Akwa Ibom State Government has debunked the reported attack on its indigenes by Cameroon gendarmes.

Cameroon wins Africa U17 Nations Cup

Guinea’s national under-17 male football team on Sunday lost 3-5 after penalty kicks to their Cameroonian counterparts in a pulsating final match at the Africa Under-17 Nations Cup competition.

President Biya sweeps 71% Cameroon’s votes for 7th term

The 85 years oldest Africa’s head of state, Cameroon's President Paul Biya has won a seventh term in office in the elections marred by low turnout and voter intimidation. Biya was re-elected with 71.3% of the vote, according to official results.

Cameroon locks down cities as Biya set to emerge President for 7th term

Cameroon’s two major cities, Douala and Yaoundé were tense on Sunday and riot police were on the streets as security forces try to prevent protests before the results of the country’s controversial presidential election are released.

FLOOD: Police urges riverine communities in Adamawa to evacuate

The Adamawa State Police Command has urged those living in the banks of River Benue to evacuate before Saturday, September 15 to avoid potential...

Customs intercept 20,550 litres of petroleum products in Adamawa

The Nigeria Customs, Adamawa and Taraba Area command has intercepted a truckload of petroleum products about to be smuggled into the Republic of Cameroon...
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