Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
Defending champions Nigeria, have given the basketball lions their exit ticket after leading with 106-91.
Pascal Boade, who served in the Bafia Diocese as a technician and driver, is reported to have died mysteriously three months after the disappearance of Bishop Benoit. Observers say the death is highly suspicious considering the circumstances leading to his demise.
A delegation of four Ministers shall be in Douala today 14 September, to evaluate the activities of the Mercy ship which docked at the Douala sea port on 17 August 2017, with the main objective of helping the less privilege people of the country suffering from various health issues.
The Minister of Communication Issa Tchiroma Bakari, announced his newly created twitter account on 7 September 2017 at 8pm. “Good evening dear friends, I’m very happy to meet you on this forum where we can have exchanges on our beautiful nation Cameroon”, the Minister tweeted.
He had announced in 2016 that, the Head of State Paul Biya had ordered every Minister of the Republic to create accounts on social networks. Having done the announcement, its only this September that he created his own account.
Chedjou Kamdem, specialist in digital communication and administrator of the Historic site of Cameroon said “twitter is a proximate social network... being an actor of public life and the Minister of an institution which has to do with communication, it is important that he should be on twitter to exchange with people. Even though an account for the Ministry of Communication already existed, its better as the Minister now has his own account in person” he explains.
The digital specialist said this move is one which should be warmly welcomed by journalists because, they will now have the opportunity to chat with the Minister about crucial issues which he usually only discusses during his conferences.
Many parts of the Capital city, were filled with water at high levels after torrential rainfall on Monday. Its inhabitants who were going about their daily activities got hooked where ever they found themselves after the downpour. Those who wanted to keep moving, got themselves well wetted.
A very significant number of Anglophone students and pupils have lately been flooding schools in the French speaking parts of Cameroon, since the recommencement of the new academic, year on 4 September. This is due to the timid response of Southern Cameroonians to government’s call for effective school resumption and joint with the insecurity, as the relocators explain.
Cameroon info:net reports that Government Bilingual High School Bafoussam has so far received 498 students from Southern Cameroons for the 2017/2018 school year as confirmed by the Principal, Elias Eugene Ambela. He further explains that, most of these students came seeking admission into forms 1, 2 and 3 and that, they were expecting a total number of 5300 students this year in their school but the influx of the fleeing students will cause the number to go up.
As the days go by, more people move to schools in neighbouring French Regions, saying they are not ready to miss another school year. According to them, they are preparing a bright future for their kids whom they cannot bear seeing at home again at a time they should be going to school.