A plea from Cameroon Concord........
Thank you for reading our magazine, we have a plea to ask you our readers. Over the last two years, hits on our articles have been climbing, we have had an increase in clicks and also a broader reading audience on our social media channels.Our readers have been writing to us requestion for news updates from Cameroon/Southern Cameroons. We have as well been trying to give you the best we can, however, we are short of finances to recruit reporters to carry on independent and investigative journalism which takes a lot of time, money and hard work to produce. We are therefore pleading on you to support our efforts for this platform to be able to keep up the good work we are doing.
For as little as €1, you can support Cameroon Concord– and it only takes a minute. Thank you.
At the end of a meeting between Paul Biya and the Chinese ambassador to Cameroon, Wei Wenhua, (on March 13, 2018, in Yaoundé) it was revealed that Xi Jinping, China’s president, has invited his Cameroonian peer for a state visit in China. This will be organized in the next few days, the presidency commented.
« This new visit will highlight the good relations between China and Cameroon. It also occurs at a crucial time for China due particularly to the 13th National People’s Congress during which the country’s leadership was renewed », it added. It further disclosed that Paul Biya would be one of the first African heads of state to meet China’s newly chosen officials.
For the record, Paul Biya’s last visit to China dates back to 2011.As far as China-Cameroon relations is concerned, it dates back to 1971 and by end 2017, this country had supported Cameroon with CFA3,000 billion. These supports were namely loans and grants through various funders such as Export-Import Bank Of China, Industrial and Commercial Bank Of China, Bank Of China…etc.
The Gendarmerie elements of the Adamawa Region of the Northern region of Cameroon had seized this huge package of fuel on the night of 2nd and 3rd of March,2018.
LA liga, the Spanish Professional Football league and the Cameroon Professional Football league have signed a partnership contract aimed at improving the game in Cameroon. This collaboration shall be enhanced as well as conjointly carried out for mutual understanding and benefits.
The partnership contract was made public on Monday the 12th of March,2018, at the Headquarters of the Spanish football Institute, cum Spanish Football Federation. This contract was cosigned by Tebas, the President of the Spanish Football Federation and Pierre Semengue, the President of the Cameroon Professional Football League.
On the basis of this contract, the Spanish League shall play the role of technical advisers to their Cameroonian counterpart on different matters concerning the efficient and effective management of this sporting discipline. This advice shall be in the domain of raising finances through the sourcing of vibrant sponsors, marketing, corporate social responsibility,conception and actualization of sports infrastructure and security at sports complexes.
On other hand, the Spanish football league, LA liga shall benefit in the sourcing of raw talent by understanding the youthful exuberant football enthusiasts and the attitude as well as behavior of football fans in Cameroon.
Guy Robert Berlin Lontsi died as a result of the heavy gun battle that erupted between forces of LA Republique Du Cameroun and the restoration forces on Tuesday the 13th of March, 2018, in Nguti , a locality in the South West Region. This happened in the wee hours of the morning as the restoration forces stormed the Gendarmerie brigade, armed to teeth.
From 6am to 11 am, the forces of LA Republique Du Cameroun and the restoration forces confronted headlong in Nguti. This deadly confrontation saw the killing of the Brigade Commander, Guy Robert Berlin Lontsi, recently appointed to Nguti.
He was heavily wounded during the brutal confrontation with the restoration forces and died afterward in the hospital. A student Gendarmerie element was equally wounded and it's reported that three of the restoration forces were overpowered by the forces of LA Republique Du Cameroun and their weapons seized.
The special high level envoy from Nigeria has reportedly stormed Yaoundé aimed at warning LA Republique Du Cameroun to warn its poorly trained and poorly educated Beti scouts to stop the illicit incursions into Nigeria by the Gendarmes and the beast tagged BIR.
This high level envoy from Nigeria has come at a time when the sociopolitical crisis rocking the Nation has gotten worse.
The British Southern Cameroon's case has ridiculed the international community as it has become common place to know that British Southern Cameroon's had its independence on the 21st of July 1961.
The illegally incarcerated people of Southern Cameroon's have a right to their sovereignty and this isn't negotiable.
Atangana Paul Nji had made so much noise about his ability to fight against the Secessionists as well as terminate this menace that has rocked LA Republique Du Cameroun.
The Batibo battleground has humiliated the scouts of LA Republique Du Cameroun and has silenced the so much noise that Atangana Paul Nji made when he promised Paul Biya to deliver.
Atangana Paul Nji has come to realize there is a limit to folly and there is a limit to stupidity as his controversial ban on motorbikes instead has made matters worse.
Now with confusion looming everywhere
Atangana Paul Nji is in a position of dilemma as every move that he has taken hasn't made things better.
Shockingly and frustratingly Atangana Paul Nji made falsehood declarations that LA Republique Du Cameroun has only lost twenty seven scouts since this heavily misguided war was launched.
Is Atangana Paul Nji's place to declare the number of the scouts who have been killed since this illegal war was declared?
Why is LA Republique Du Cameroun afraid to announce the actual number of their scouts that have been slain and why is LA Republique Du Cameroun afraid to announce that she has hired Chadians and South African mercenaries to help them in this fake war?