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How to survive a French Cameroun terror attack: Move to safer locations – Chris Anu advice

The Minister of Communication of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, Hon Chris Anu has sounded a note of caution to all Southern Cameroonians in the State of Manyu ordering them to remain vigilant following the heavy deployment of troops and war equipment in the constituency by the Francophone dominated armed forces. The Ambazonia Communication Secretary in a press release issued yesterday the 29th of December 2017 called on Southern Cameroonians to move to safer locations as the Interim Government including the international community continues to monitor the denigrating situation in…

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Ambazonian troops trained by white Mercenaries and Deserted Cameroonian soldiers- Gen. Melingui Nouma

In a report by TV5 Monde on the Anglophone crisis, Brigadier General Donatien Melingui Nouma, Commander of the 21st Motorised Infantry Brigade (21st BRIM) who doubles as Commander-in-Chief of the War Front Military Region against the anglophone separatists, declares that the troops of Ambazonia are trained by white mercenaries and some deserters of the Cameroonian army. The commander of the 21st Motorised Infantry Brigade (21st BRIM) also declares that several Cameroonian soldiers have deserted the army to join English-speaking secessionists. “We know that they are trained by foreigners including some…

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Dr. Ayaba Cho, The Danger Waiting in the Dark (By Amba Justice)

As Ambazonians we must put our heads together, and in doing so we must act intelligently. I was taught that not all men have a conscience so we cannot trust every man’s intentions. A clear example was seen recently with John Mbah Akuro. While guys are suffering in the home-front and in refugee camps in Nigeria and beyond, he spends his life scheming and plotting evil takeovers. Remember that he works with Cho Ayaba, Akwanga and Boh Herbert in this plot (Maybe Tassang). The name of Tassang has been mentioned…

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Cameroon underlines commitment to environment at the One Planet Summit – African Business Magazine

Cameroon was one of the first countries to ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, and Cameroon’s President Paul Biya has reaffirmed his commitment by attending the One Planet Summit in Paris. The summit comes two years after the United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP21), which culminated in the signing, on 12 December 2015, of the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Describing climate change as an “emergency” Biya has called for the continued support of the international community in helping developing countries reduce greenhouse gases through financing, capacity building and…

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Southern Cameroons 

The Southern Cameroon crisis: bridging the middle ground

22 December 2017: There is an ongoing crisis in Cameroon. Thousands have fled the English-speaking areas of the country because of violence and unrest, and many are calling for an independent state. What has the government done to alleviate this situation, and does it go far enough? Thousands have fled the English-speaking areas because of the violence and unrest in Cameroon  For several decades, the minority English-speaking community in Cameroon has been expressing its disillusionment with the reunification process that brought the English and the French-speaking parts of the country together…

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FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017 – Matches – Germany-Cameroon – Match Preview – FIFA.com

Germany need just a point to advance to the semis  Cameroon must win by two clear goals to reach the last four Cameroon have previously reached the final, the Germans secured third in 2005 After having lost to Chile and drawn with Australia at the FIFA Confederations Cup Russia 2017, Cameroon now find themselves in a difficult position. In order to reach the last four of the tournament, Les Lions Indomptables must not only defeat the reigning world champions, but they also need to do so by two clear goals.  And although,…

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