Unrest feared in Chad as talks between military junta and opposition fail- AP

Chad: Opposition Threatens Street Action after Storming Out of National Dialogue, Blames Military Junta of Attempts to Hang onto Power

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It was supposed to be an inclusive national dialogue, bringing together the military junta, non-state armed groups, civil society, trade unions, and political parties. But what authorities christened an ‘inclusive…
Clement Mbashie aka Foot Soldier No Pity has become the symbol of Southern Cameroon's liberation and a terror to the Cameroon government forces

Southern Cameroons: Self-defense Volunteers & Cameroun Gov’t Forces Trade Barbes over Black Magic, ‘No Pity’ Charms the Locals

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Self-defence volunteers in parts of the Once Independent State of Southern Cameroons have warned forces of the government of Cameroun against spending money on witchcraft saying this would be a…
Nyege Nyege festival is one that puts Uganda on the spot

Ugandans Troll Parliament on Social Media as MPs Move to Ban a Music Festival with Reputation of Debauchery

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Despite general opposition from the population, Anita Among, Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament has insisted on banning Nyege Nyege the music festival that many government officials and religious leaders associate with…
Magasco spreading joy amongst refugees

Cameroon: Local Artist Magasco, Central African Refugees Refugees in Tango of Love

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Rare smiles swept the faces of Central African refugees in Gado-a refugee settlement in Cameroon’s east region recently. Famous Cameroonian afro-pop star, Tohnain Anthony Nguo better known as Magasco had…
Unrest feared in Chad as talks between military junta and opposition fail- AP

Chad: Opposition Threatens Street Action after Storming Out of National Dialogue, Blames Military Junta of Attempts to Hang onto Power

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It was supposed to be an inclusive national dialogue, bringing together the military junta, non-state armed groups, civil society, trade unions, and political parties. But what authorities christened an ‘inclusive…
Clement Mbashie aka Foot Soldier No Pity has become the symbol of Southern Cameroon's liberation and a terror to the Cameroon government forces

Southern Cameroons: Self-defense Volunteers & Cameroun Gov’t Forces Trade Barbes over Black Magic, ‘No Pity’ Charms the Locals

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Self-defence volunteers in parts of the Once Independent State of Southern Cameroons have warned forces of the government of Cameroun against spending money on witchcraft saying this would be a…
Daniella Ojini (middle) in action for Rivers Angels

Nigeria: Injured on Duty, Abandoned by Her Club, Footballer Ojini Tells Her Sad Story at Rivers Angels Football Club

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A career-threatening injury has taken a toll on the life of prominent Nigerian female footballer, Amaechi Daniella Ojini. The hurt was diagnosed as an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury which has rendered…
One of four Nuns kidnapped recently in Nigeria by armed men yet to be identified

Nigeria in “Sustained Campaign to Wipe Out Christianity,” Christians Accuse Buhari-Western Conspiracy against Churches

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The kidnapping of four Catholic Nuns in Nigeria’s Omo State on Sunday, August 21 has again highlighted a disquieting reality: there is a deliberate attempt to annihilate Christianity in Africa’s…
Laurent Eso is Cameroon's Minister of Justice, Keeper of the Seals who has made justice delivery a commodity that is bought and sold to the highest bidder

Drugged, Abused and Killed: Two Kids Find Untimely Death in Mbouda, Sexual Abuse of Children Worsens in Cameroon

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Two children aged three and five have died in Mbouda in Cameroon’s West region with medical records suggesting they were drugged, and sexually abused-which abuse led to their deaths. The…
Local Bread production has become a hallmark of Cameroon's informal economy

Spiralling Basic Commodity Prices Force Cameroon Gov’t to Consider Over CFA F 10 billion on Abandoned Wheat Fields

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As prices of basic commodities continue to bite Cameroonians, the country’s Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has blamed “unscrupulous businessmen” who engage in price speculation and create “artificial…
British-Nigerian actress Toyin Olabintan a.k.a Toyin Nike

From Football Pitch to Movie Stardom, British-Nigerian Actress, Toyin Olabintan Takes Nollywood by Storm

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Oluwatoyin Oyenike Oyewunmi Olabintan first aspired to be a footballer who thought that she could play herself to the limelight in the round leather game. But her trials at Arsenal,…
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September 20, 2022

Cameroon: Tax Revenue Jumps 140% in Over a Decade as Result of Digitization, Creation of New Taxes

In what could be a strong example of public affairs management, the Cameroon Tax Department has reported significant improvements in revenue collection ever since reforms were introduced to the sector…
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September 12, 2022

Climate Change: Innovative Agriculture Strategy Breeds Back Life into Degraded Lands in Burkina Faso

Approaching the village of Guiè, some 60 km from the Burkina Faso capital, Ouagadougou, the atmosphere of despair is profound: searing heat, dusty air, fierce and unrelenting winds, and wilting…
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September 11, 2022

Ugandans Troll Parliament on Social Media as MPs Move to Ban a Music Festival with Reputation of Debauchery

Despite general opposition from the population, Anita Among, Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament has insisted on banning Nyege Nyege the music festival that many government officials and religious leaders associate with…
Magasco spreading joy amongst refugeesAFRICAHOTMAGAZINENEWS
September 11, 2022

Cameroon: Local Artist Magasco, Central African Refugees Refugees in Tango of Love

Rare smiles swept the faces of Central African refugees in Gado-a refugee settlement in Cameroon’s east region recently. Famous Cameroonian afro-pop star, Tohnain Anthony Nguo better known as Magasco had…
Unrest feared in Chad as talks between military junta and opposition fail- APAFRICAHOTNEWSPOLITICS
September 2, 2022

Chad: Opposition Threatens Street Action after Storming Out of National Dialogue, Blames Military Junta of Attempts to Hang onto Power

It was supposed to be an inclusive national dialogue, bringing together the military junta, non-state armed groups, civil society, trade unions, and political parties. But what authorities christened an ‘inclusive…
Clement Mbashie aka Foot Soldier No Pity has become the symbol of Southern Cameroon's liberation and a terror to the Cameroon government forcesAFRICAHOTNEWSPOLITICS
August 30, 2022

Southern Cameroons: Self-defense Volunteers & Cameroun Gov’t Forces Trade Barbes over Black Magic, ‘No Pity’ Charms the Locals

Self-defence volunteers in parts of the Once Independent State of Southern Cameroons have warned forces of the government of Cameroun against spending money on witchcraft saying this would be a…
September 20, 2022 in ECONOMY, HOT, NEWS

Cameroon: Tax Revenue Jumps 140% in Over a Decade as Result of Digitization, Creation of New Taxes

In what could be a strong example of public affairs management, the Cameroon Tax Department has reported significant improvements in revenue collection ever since reforms were introduced to the sector…
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September 12, 2022 in ECONOMY, HOT, MAGAZINE, SCIENCE & DISCOVERY, WORLD

Climate Change: Innovative Agriculture Strategy Breeds Back Life into Degraded Lands in Burkina Faso

Approaching the village of Guiè, some 60 km from the Burkina Faso capital, Ouagadougou, the atmosphere of despair is profound: searing heat, dusty air, fierce and unrelenting winds, and wilting…
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September 12, 2022 in ECONOMY, HOT, MAGAZINE, SCIENCE & DISCOVERY, WORLD

Climate Change: Innovative Agriculture Strategy Breeds Back Life into Degraded Lands in Burkina Faso

Approaching the village of Guiè, some 60 km from the Burkina Faso capital, Ouagadougou, the atmosphere of despair is profound: searing heat, dusty air, fierce and unrelenting winds, and wilting…
Read More
September 11, 2022 in AFRICA, CULTURE, HOT, MAGAZINE, NEWS

Ugandans Troll Parliament on Social Media as MPs Move to Ban a Music Festival with Reputation of Debauchery

Despite general opposition from the population, Anita Among, Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament has insisted on banning Nyege Nyege the music festival that many government officials and religious leaders associate with…
Read More
September 11, 2022 in AFRICA, HOT, MAGAZINE, NEWS

Cameroon: Local Artist Magasco, Central African Refugees Refugees in Tango of Love

Rare smiles swept the faces of Central African refugees in Gado-a refugee settlement in Cameroon’s east region recently. Famous Cameroonian afro-pop star, Tohnain Anthony Nguo better known as Magasco had…
Read More
September 2, 2022 in AFRICA, HOT, NEWS, POLITICS

Chad: Opposition Threatens Street Action after Storming Out of National Dialogue, Blames Military Junta of Attempts to Hang onto Power

It was supposed to be an inclusive national dialogue, bringing together the military junta, non-state armed groups, civil society, trade unions, and political parties. But what authorities christened an ‘inclusive…
Read More
August 30, 2022 in AFRICA, HOT, NEWS, POLITICS

Southern Cameroons: Self-defense Volunteers & Cameroun Gov’t Forces Trade Barbes over Black Magic, ‘No Pity’ Charms the Locals

Self-defence volunteers in parts of the Once Independent State of Southern Cameroons have warned forces of the government of Cameroun against spending money on witchcraft saying this would be a…
Read More
August 28, 2022 in AFRICA, HOT, NEWS, SPORTS

Nigeria: Injured on Duty, Abandoned by Her Club, Footballer Ojini Tells Her Sad Story at Rivers Angels Football Club

A career-threatening injury has taken a toll on the life of prominent Nigerian female footballer, Amaechi Daniella Ojini. The hurt was diagnosed as an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury which has rendered…
Read More