Four thousand Nigerian refugees mostly from Adamawa state are due to be repatriated from Cameroon, media reports confirm. Arrangements to evacuate the Nigerians who fled their homes due to Boko Haram insurgency were concluded on Monday. The planned repatriation is facilitated by a Technical Working Group for Repatriation of Nigerian Refugees in Cameroon. Sadiya Umaru … Continue reading Nigeria-Must-Go: Thousands of Nigerians to be deported from Cameroon
While we pray and hope that the quest for relevance in world politics won't drive nations to a nuclear war, Cameroon says the war of guns and bombs against Boko Haram can definitely end in victory. The combined effort from Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon is getting a boost from Paul Biya's men who are using witchcraft to … Continue reading Cameroon to conquer Boko Haram with witchcraft
Rigobert Song, the former Cameroon international footballer who suffered stroke nine weeks ago, is not dead. He was seen in a recently published picture looking frail, and fans are excited to see the first pictures of him since October. The former Liverpool star stayed in coma for two days before he was flown to France … Continue reading Rigobert Song hanging on to life after coma
Rigobert Song, the former Liverpool player has suffered stroke and is fighting for his dear life at this moment, reports say. Image shows Rigobert Song (Left) in action for Cameroon. The ex-Cameroon national team captain was admitted in a hospital on Sunday, The Sun reported. Rigobert, 40, suffered cerebral aneurysm while at his home in Odza, … Continue reading Rigobert Song suffers stroke
Patrick Ekeng is a Cameroon international footballer aged 26 who passed away on Friday May 6, 2016. Football fans all over the world have paid tributes to the family of former Cordoba midfielder Patrick Ekeng. He played for Los Blanquiverdes in the 2014-15 season, making 14 appearances and scoring once. The young talent was signed from … Continue reading Football World Mourns Patrick Ekeng, 26.