Category: Top Stories

UNGA : Anglophone Crisis Paul Biya and Sissiku Ayuk In New York

According to Political analysts interviewed by Cameroon News Today-CNT, the President of the Republic in his address to world leaders will surely raise issues concerning the two anglophone regions of Cameroon currently under crisis. 

FECAFOOT: Normalisation Committee Gets Into Office

The CAF and FIFA delegation yesterday Sept 8, revealed the list of members to run the normalization committee at the Cameroon Football Federation(FECAFOOT).

Anglophone Regions: Parents Are  Scared, Students Too

After nine months of absenteeism from class and the reopening of school doors on September 4th for the 2017/2018 academic year, one should admit, this year, its quite timid in the North West even though reports suggest numbers keep increasing.

Anglophone Crisis: Presidential Clemency For Jailed Strugglers

The decree specifies that Agbor Bala, Neba Fontem, Ayah Paul and all others arrrested and jailed in line with the mass arrests between the period of November 2016 till date in the English Speaking regions will be freed.

Transport: Sanctions For Agencies Involved In Road Accidents

During a crisis meeting attended by actors in the road transport sector on Tuesday, the Minister delegate to the Minister of Transport, Mefiro Oumarou, also announced the abolition of seven driving licenses.

Anglophone Crisis: Parents Ready For School Resumption

Many parents have opted to relocate their children for the fear of allowing them becoming school drop outs in an early age, when  they  have the means to sponsor them in school.

Anglophone Crisis: Ghost Town Divides

The press release was signed by Barrister Eyambe Elias and Wilfred Tassang who are respectively Deputy Secretary General and Programs Director.

Muyuka Crash: More Pictures of Victims

They were choir members coming back from a Burial. The Cameroon News Today-CNT team extends deepest condolences to the bereaved families.

Education: Promised Subventions to Private and Denominational Schools Available

It’s a release signed over the weekend by the Minister of Secondary Education Ernest Ngale Bibehe that confirms the promised grant has been made available.

Muyuka Accident: They all Died

Occupants of the 18 seater bus about 25 in number according to our source were returning from a Funeral in Buea.