Category Archives: Cameroon

‘Mbororo Graziers Burn, Beat, Rape and Kill’

Fon Christopher Achobang was on April 27, 2015 arrested and detained first at the gendarmerie brigade in Mbengwi in the Momo Division, Northwest Region. He was later transferred to be detained at the Mbengwi Principal Prison. Fon Achobang was only released on May 5, 2015, a month later. His bail was set for 2 million […]

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God Has Left The World!

You don’t have to be a believer to laugh. Churches are now on roller-coasters! Pastors and prophets who cannot predict a boil are as hot as pepper in a foul society soup. They have just taken up the job Jesus Christ forgot to finish, except they want to finish it poorly. And the frantic crowd […]

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ERuDeF Green Corporate Leadership Awards Judging Criteria

Background/Overview Submission of applications for the pioneer ERuDeF Green Corporate Leadership Awards is opened today April 22nd, 2015. It is an annual award which aims at promoting effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and a Corporate Environmental Movement in the country. Over recent years there has been a strong move towards companies “being green” and focusing […]

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Lake Chad Basin, Forgotten Casualty Of Boko Haram

The violent storm of a war can ravage human lives and property. And most often than not, attention is focused exclusively on the suffering of the people affected by war. There is always lots of gunfire, plenty of blood spilled and dead people. The press concentrates on the humanitarian crisis aspect of the war; lack […]

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‘2000 Synthetic Chemicals Enter Environment Yearly’

Toxicologist, Prof. Herman Autrup, has said 2000 new synthetic chemicals enter the environment each year. By Anu Nkeze Paul The President of International Union of Toxicologists (IUTOX) and Head of Public Health Department, Institute of Environmental and Occupational Medicine, University of Aarhus, Denmark, was speaking recently the 4th Scientific Conference of Cameroon Society for Toxicology […]

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