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Cameroon: Presidence de la Republique – Secretariat General – Objet: Recruitement de 500 Traducteurs et Traducteurs-Interpretes (20.11.2019)

Illegal suspension by mobile Operators of SMS services provided by GTS-Infotel Cameroon: Our Appeal to the Public Authorities (18.11.2019)

Cameroon: Prime Minister’s Office – Subject: Transmission of list of personalities for the past Major National Dialogue Cravans to the North-West Regions (13.11.2019)

Cameroon: U.S. Commitment to Cameroon Remains Strong Despite Change in AGOA (31.10.2019)

Cameroon: Ministry of Decentralization and Local Development – Secretary General – Death Announcement of Mayor of the Buea Council (24.10.2019)

Cameroon: South-West Region – Fako Divison – Divisional Office Limbe – Subject: Radio Announcement (28.10.2019)

Cameroon: FAO warns about food insecurity in the anglophone region and in the far-north

In Cameroon, as the Ghost President Biya is more preoccupied with sending arms and soldiers to the Anglophone regions of the North-West and South West Regions, also continuing trouble of insurgency of the far-North of the Republic.

With the trouble that has been going-on for a long while. What is really special about the FAO report is that its not projecting the coming months, but analysing only the previous months. Usually, they are projecting what is coming it the up-coming seasons too. Therefore, there are substantial lack of data for FAO, if not they have not been allowed to show this. That is just the way I see it, as I have seen plenty of FAO reports and this was lacking.

Here is the vital things from it:

In the North-West and South-West regions, harvests (maize, plantain and yams) are ongoing, however roadblocks put in place by successions groups are disrupting trade, causing further price increases and hindering the delivery of assistance. Moreover, the lack of access or abandonment of fields is likely to result in the third consecutive below average season. In the Far North, difficult road access is challenging the delivery of assistance to vulnerable people and insecurity has hindered the preparation of the main agricultural season. Cattle rustling during attacks by Boko Haram are frequent, depriving owners of a significant source of income. Moreover, increasing infestation of fall army worm is likely to affect maize production” (FAO . Cameroon, October 2019).

We can clearly see the troubles ahead for these regions. As there are no remedy and only more stressing factors remaining. There isn’t the security or the promise of ordinary production or farming in these regions. But that is not weird either, considering the implications and the ones fleeing from armed soldiers coming their way. Therefore, the stress level might only get worse and the lack of possible support from the UN agencies, might even make it worse too. Since, the state is only creating more suffering and lack of safety.

That is why this a warning and a sign of what might happen. This is not a sign of strength or remedy. It is a sign of worsening food security in the midst of continues battles from the state army. Peace.

Cameroon: President de la Republique – Objet; Suspension de la Procedure de pasation de la concession du Terminal & Contenours du Port du Douala-Bonaberi (23.10.2019)

Cameroon: Final Communique of the Extraordinary General Assembly of Lebialem Fons Conferance Holding in Yaounde this Day, 14 October 2019 (14.10.2019)

Bachelet welcomes release of hundreds of political actors in Cameroon (08.10.2019)

The President had ordered the release of 333 persons arrested in the context of the conflict in the Northwest and Southwest regions.

GENEVA, Switzerland, October 8, 2019 – UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Tuesday welcomed the release of hundreds of political actors in Cameroon, among them opposition leader Maurice Kamto.

On 4 October, President Paul Biya announced the release of Kamto and more than a hundred of others detained in relation to the recent electoral process. The day before, the President had ordered the release of 333 persons arrested in the context of the conflict in the Northwest and Southwest regions. Prosecutors were instructed to drop charges against them.

“I hope that this decision taken by the Government opens the door to longer-term constructive dialogue that enables Cameroon to tackle the root causes and underlying grievances of significant elements of the population, who have been feeling excluded,” the UN Human Rights Chief said.

“I am very pleased to see that President Biya is acting on his commitment to look for solutions to the problems that have beset Cameroon in recent years,” Bachelet said. “During my visit to Yaoundé in May this year, we discussed the way forward to overcome the various human rights problems in the country, and we agreed that national dialogue and reconciliation were essential.”

The decision to release the political actors, reached in the context of a National Dialogue that took place last week, could contribute to political reconciliation, as well as creating a more inclusive environment for socio-economic development.

She also urged opposition parties and militant groups to join the authorities in its efforts towards reconciliation, and reiterated her Office’s willingness and availability to continue providing support to Cameroon.

“Cameroon has an opportunity to leave behind years of conflict and confrontation and enter a new era of peace and prosperity, where human rights are respected and protected, and we will do everything in our power to help make that become a reality,” she said. “There will, no doubt, be many difficulties along the road, but if the will to find solutions remains strong, and if the Government abides by its commitments, the country as a whole could and should benefit substantially.”

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