Cameroun Government Agents Kill English Speaking Citizens

Security forces opened fire on demonstrators who were calling for independence at rallies on Sunday, killing several people. Internet services has been shut down in Cameroon’s English-speaking areas after clashes involving activists and human rights organizations in the English speaking territories. The Anglophone side has claimed unequal representation More...

by Tao News Cameroun Correspondent | Published 3 weeks ago
By Martin Patience On Wednesday, April 19th, 2017

Nigeria reopens Abuja airport after runway repairs

Nigeria’s airport in the capital, Abuja, has reopened six weeks after it was closed for urgent repairs. Henrietta Yakubu, a spokesman for the aviation authority, said repair works were completed 24 hours More...


Seized N13bn cash: Nigeria’s agency searches ex-gov Obi, Mu’azu, others’ condos

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Nigeria, on Tuesday, searched the apartments of the immediate past Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi; and a former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Alhaji More...

By Tambu Ngang On Friday, April 14th, 2017

Cameroon and the Dilemma of Righteous Indignation

Talking to a therapist about Cameroon and Africa. Righteous indignation!! This is the state of mind that in my humble opinion characterizes, and should characterize, every right-thinking Cameroonian’s appreciation More...

By Harun Maruf On Monday, April 10th, 2017

New Somali Army Chief Survives Assassination Attempt

The new Somali army chief, General Ahmed Mohamed Jimale Irfid, has survived a suicide car bomb attack that killed at least 15 people near his convoy in Mogadishu, government officials said. The blast occurred minutes More...

By BBC On Friday, April 7th, 2017

Anti-Zuma protests across South Africa

Protesters are marching in cities across South Africa including Cape Town, Durban, and the capital, Pretoria calling for the removal of President Jacob Zuma. The protests come after Mr Zuma’s sacking of a More...

By Robyn Curnow On Friday, March 24th, 2017

‘God, I don’t mind if I die now’: Desmond Tutu, in his own words

“I first saw and encountered Desmond Tutu in person when he came to my school,” CNN’s Robyn Curnow recalls. It was the late 1980s and townships were burning in South Africa. Apartheid’s More...

By Everest Amaefule On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

World Bank approves $57bn for Nigeria, others

The World Bank Group has announced the approval of $57bn for Nigeria and other sub-Saharan African countries for the next three years. A statement issued by the bank in Abuja on Monday said the World Bank Group More...

By Tambu Ngang On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Ten Questions for Paul Biya

This Columnist was passing through Cameroon, on assignment and stumbled on one of those incidents that will give a writer – an inspirational windfall, an evangelist – a Saul/Paul coming to Jesus moment, More...

By VOA On Tuesday, March 21st, 2017

Ghana waterfall: Many dead in Kintampo freak tree accident

Up to 20 people have died and many have been injured after a large tree fell on them at a popular waterfall spot in Kintampo, Ghana. They were swimming during a storm when the freak accident happened, emergency More...