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University games-Maroua: Canal 2 journalist gets his dose for taking images of uncompleted playground

The university games are now on day 5 and disturbing information from Maroua has it that a Canal 2 journalist has been inhumanely handled for taking images which he supposedly didn't have the authorisation to take.


Andre Mirabeau Mahop as his name was gotten, was accused of illegally taking images of an uncompleted playground days after the kickoff of the games.

The games are now on day 5 with INJS leading with 10 gold medals, an impact which they created within the space of just two days.

Judo and athletics stand out as the sports disciplines from which they have gotten most of their medals.

One of the INJS athletes expressed the determination that they have "we came with a total of 9 athletes and we were able to emerge with two gold medals in Judo. The team spirit is fine because, we came prepared to win. And since everybody was not able to make it, our team mates were able to make it and we are happy for them because we know that maybe next time all of us will win"  the athlete revealed.

For the University of Ngaoundere who are equally noted for their terrific performance, they seem to have regressed on the classification table. On Sunday they were first, but on Monday, during which they ended up with just one gold medal in the ladies triple jump, they declined to the second spot. They have 12 medals, 6 in gold, 4 in silver and 2 in bronze.

More medals are expected this Tuesday as a good number of finals have been programmed.

Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea


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