Atlantic Chronicles

You Have All Failed, Fru Ndi Tells Ambazonia Leaders

“I have seen the Government you people have formed in the diaspora, until you guys bring yourselves together, you are fighting a lost war. Your directives are not coordinated, Amba boys no longer listen to you… and when they do, your infighting abroad is transferred to the ground and Amba boys are killing themselves,”

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Cameroon–E. Guinea Sign Cross Border Defence, Security Deal

The agreement follows a two-day closed-door ministerial-level meeting. The signing of the cooperation agreement on the modalities of coordination and joint action on cross-border defence and security comes on the heels of an in-depth exchange meeting held in Yaounde on June 29 on the importance of the agreement.

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Asamor’s “Dr. Coro Coro”, An Ode to Human Resilience

Born and raised in Fontem, Lebialem Division of the Southwest region of Cameroon, Asamor’s romance with music began right from childhood. As a prince, he grew up already exposed to many of the traditional music and dance forms of his native Lebialem. In Lebialem, princes and princesses are known for their performance skills. It is then no doubt that Asamor is a consummate dancer and an adept player of various traditional instruments.

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WFP To Halt Cash Assistance To Refugees In Cameroon By August

In line with this, the WFP and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, UNHCR, have warned that refugees in Cameroon and those across Africa are likely to experience severe hunger and malnutrition as a result of underfunding, conflict, disasters, supply chain challenges, rising food prices and loss of income due to COVID-19.