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 The new members of the normalization committee announced by FIFA on 23rd August 2017, will be known today Thursday. This follows the arrival of the delegation in charge of these  appointments yesterday at the Nsimalen International airport in Yaounde. They were received by the Secretary General of the Ministry of  Sports and Physical Education.
The FIFA/CAF delegation which is already in Cameroon, is made up of Ahmad Yaya the leader and the only CAF representative, Verongo Mosengo-Omba, Luca Nicolas and Segbe Pritchett. The other three are all from FIFA.
Their arrival was officially announced on Monday by the Secretary General of Fecafoot, Blaise Moussa.
Tuesday, 05 September 2017 20:25


MY DEAR PEOPLE OF WEST CAMEROON,they are killing our people again! When l tell you these people do not believe we have blood, some don't believe me. Look at carnage out here! These people will eliminate us if we don't rise up like one man and stop them! They hate us, they spite us, they will "take us out" if they have their chance! We must stop them Now!


It is time to take our Peaceful Resistance to a higher level.It is time to let our oppressors know that we have had enough of killing,jailing and maiming of our people!!
This Commander in Bui has been known for his contemptuous treatment of our people! He is known for saying that his orders come from the presidency in Yaounde, and for referring to our people as 'les chiens Anglophone', meaning; 'Anglophone dogs'! Are we surprised he just killed some 'dogs'?
My people, Our resolve and our preparedness must be strong!
Get ready for the second phase of our resistance movement. We must stand up to oppression and we must defeat oppression!!!
Hon WIRBA Joseph, signed and sealed with the blood of our fallen heroes.

The indomitable Lions of Cameroon will not be part of the world cup in Russia after drawing 1-1 in their home match against Nigeria, at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium in Yaounde. This draw comes at a time when the lions needed a win, which could have left them hoping to make it to the 2018 World cup in Russia, provided the Super Eagles of Okocha’s country lost all of their remaining matches.

Today’s encounter was played in an empty stadium as Cameroonian fans were not happy with the lions’ performance in Uyo, Nigeria on Friday and thus, stayed at home to avoid more heart breaks.


Mondays’ match began in almost the same way Friday’s encounter started. Hugo Broos’ boys were so active at the initial stage. The ball frequently circulated in the Nigerian half of the field. Before the first half could end, the usual syndrome came into play even though not as much as that of Uyo. Wrong passes and poor defending became the order of the day. This bad play led to a Nigerian goal at the 30th minute by Moses Simon.

In the second half, there was still no difference. The Lions struggled, together with the luck on their side to keep the Eagles at one goal as Vincent Aboubakar scored a penalty to level the score 1-1.

Nigeria remain the leaders with 10 points, followed by Zambia on 4 points, Cameroon have 3 points and Algeria are the last with a single point.


CRTV female journalist Adele, was present today 4 September 2017 for the 8:30pm bilingual newscast alongside Benn Pufong, after Cameroons match against Nigeria.

She resumed work on a day when she would continue presenting the lies of the state owned media organ; in this case, about school resumption. In a report during the news cast, the Minister of Secondary Education Ernest Ngalle Bibehe, falsely said school was effective in the South West Region, where he had gone to launch the resumption of the new school year. This was equally the case of other parts of the country that were reported to have had smooth school re-opening including the North West Region which was observing effective ghost towns.

Adele Mbala comes back after she was sidelined on 15 May 2017, for reading a fake list of members of the new French government under Emmanuel Macron. She will take over from Evelyne Essomba, who has been presenting the 8:30pm news, while she was away.


35 year old and 23 Grand slam title champion Serena, has put to birth at a clinic in Florida. She bore a bouncing baby girl.

The tennis star and her fiancé the Re-eddit co-founder Ohanian, have been receiving wishes from every angle. Fellow sports stars like Rafael Nadal and a host of others, have been sending them a whole lot of congratulation messages.

At the time Serena put to birth, her sister Venus Williams, was preparing to play the US open and she said "Obviously I'm super-excited, words can't describe it."

While fans wait to hear officially from the couple, people like Serena's coach, Patrick Mouratoglou have been tweeting "I am so happy for you and I feel your emotion." He said, and added: " I wish you a speedy recovery... we have a lot of work ahead of us."






Saturday, 02 September 2017 12:46

Adele Mbala, to resume 8:30pm news presentation

The Crtv journalist, Adele Mbala, who was temporarily relieved of her duties, will resume work on Monday 4 September.

Evelyne Essomba who has been presenting the 8:30pm news since her colleague was sidelined, disclosed at the end of Thursday's news cast that viewers should get set to meet Adele Mbala on Monday.


This comes after Adele made an error on 15 May 2017, reading a false list of newly appointed members of Macron's administration. Consequently, she was stripped of her functions, as director of information on TV and as presenter of the 8:30pm news on Crtv.

Charles Ndongo, the General Manager of the National Station, had to apologize to the French government as well as the Cameroonian public on behalf the self-ridiculed journalist.

While some look at it as something normal which can happen to anybody, others think she should have been severely sanctioned for making such a mistake.


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