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Various models of vehicles have been displayed at the China-Cameroon Auto Show in Yaounde. These are prototypes of vehicles that will be assembled in Cameroon in a manufacturing plant to be built in port town of Kirbi. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
Samuel Eto'o Rencontre ses Fans au Cameroun .. en visite à MTN Footballer Samuel Eto'o becomes the face of MTN in Cameroon ces milliers de fan attendaient avec impatience. Il était question pour ceux qui ont fait le pied de grue ici depuis 10 heures du matin, de ne rater aucun mouvement du pichichi dont l’arrivée a été annoncée via des messages téléphoniques. Plusieurs n’avaient pas oublié leur appareil photo et Ipad chez eux. Dès l’arrivée du cortège de la star aux environs de 15 heures, l’acclamation est devenue totale. La foule scandait le nom de son héros. Le cordon de sécurité s’est resserré pour permettre à Samuel Eto’o d’entrer dans l’immeuble. Apres la signature de quelques autographes et des séances photo avec les plus privilegiés des clients, le meilleur buteur des Lions Indom...
Right Learned Ekontang Elad who is still practising law here in Buea with a very respected legal chambers in Great Soppo in his name here agrees with Honorable Ayah Paul Abine of the People's Action Party that there is no legal instrument that governmened or guided the reunification of West and East Cameroons on that ill-fated October 1, 1961. Stay stuned for the full interview. Here is just an introduction that states clearly this total harmony in view between these two great scholars of the law. This view comes at a time when other Cameroonian Social Thinkers like Dr. Nfor Susungi are propagating an opposite view, holding that there really exists a document that formalises the reunification between the so-called Southern Cameroons and the also so-called La Republique du Cameroun.
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(Yaoundé -- Thursday, March 21, 2013) Cameroon prosecutes people for consensual same-sex conduct more aggressively than almost any country in the world, four human rights organizations said in a report released today. The organizations -- Alternatives-Cameroun, Association for the Defense of Gays and Lesbians (ADEFHO), the Cameroonian Foundation for AIDS (CAMFAIDS), and Human Rights Watch -- found that at least 28 people have been prosecuted for same-sex conduct in Cameroon since 2010. Most cases are marked by grave human rights violations, including torture, forced confessions, denial of access to legal counsel, and discriminatory treatment by law enforcement and judicial officials.
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http://www.africtoday.com Yaounde, Cameroon (CNN) -- Cameroon's President Paul Biya has ordered the closure of nearly 100 Christian churches in key cities, citing criminal practices organized by Pentecostal pastors that threaten the security of the West African nation. But Pentecostal pastors said the move is evidence of Biya's insecurity about the churches' criticism of the government. Biya is using the military to permanently shut down all Pentecostal church denominations in the nation's capital, Yaounde, and the North West Regional capital, Bamenda, which have the largest Christian populations in Cameroon. More than 50 churches have now been closed, with the government targeting nearly 100 in eight other regions. "We will get rid of all the so-called Christian Pentecostal pastors w...
Lawyers in Cameroon are complaining that justice is being hampered because of the language barrier, when French-speaking attorneys litigate court cases in the English-speaking part of the country and English-speaking lawyers argue cases in courts in the French-speaking part of the country. English and French are official languages in Cameroon; but, the English-speaking part of the country based on the common law system, which is not taught to French-speaking lawyers, and the French-speaking part of the country practices the civil law system, which English-speaking lawyers are not trained in. Cameroon's legal system, like most in Africa, is rooted in its colonial past. The common law system inherited from English colonial masters is practiced in Cameroon's English-speaking northwest an...
So we were invited for a wedding by a friend of ours. We had some difficulties locating the place but we made it finally. Just to give a glimpse of what a wedding is here in Cameroon.
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