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Subscribe to the Observers channel on YouTube: http://f24.my/1JYEx1Z A group of activists in Cameroon recently held a meeting to discuss the problem of unlimited presidencies. (Their own president has been in office for nearly 33 years). The activists were very surprised when the police showed up and literally dragged panelists from their chairs. The Observers program brings you the best amateur images from around the world, all verified by France 24 journalists. To see more reports from our Observers – and to become an Observer yourself! – head to our website: www.observers.france24.com/en. The Observers website www.observers.france24.com/en Twitter https://twitter.com/Observers Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FRANCE24.Observers
Cameroon's main language is French, but about one-fifth of the country's 22 million people are English-speakers. They are concentrated in the country's Northwest and Southwest regions - which were colonised by Britain. English-speakers have long complained of discrimination. They say that official documents are always in French and that the language barrier disqualifies them from most government jobs. Some support breaking away to form their own state. In recent weeks opposition leaders from the English-speaking regions have been arrested. And thousands of English speaking teachers, lawyers, and students have gone on strike to protest against alleged marginalisation. In response, internet service in English-speaking areas was cut off more than a week ago. That, in turn, has led t...
André Ndjallè, Syracuse University Humphrey Fellow The Supreme State Audit Office of Cameroon (SAI) is charged with auditing the various entities in Cameroon, with jurisdiction over public services, regional and local authorities, public and semi-public enterprises. Humphrey Fellow André Ndjallè will discuss his country’s unique independent audit institution as the State Inspector/Chief Brigade of training at the Supreme State Audit Office in Cameroon. About the speaker: While a Humphrey Fellow, André Ndjallè is focusing on public financial management, public finance governance and revenue administration performance audits. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Master 1 in Public Law from the University of Douala and is achieving the Master 2 in Fiscal Administration at the same ...
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On Cameroon, ICP Asks Of Guterres' Pro-Biya "Concern," Threats For Wanting Independence By Matthew Russell Lee, Photo, video UNITED NATIONS, September 29 – When Cameroon's President for the past 30-plus years Paul Biya came to meet Antonio Guterres, he was accompanied by state media and... Inner City Press. Since the subsequent UN read-out did not mention Biya's abuse of Anglophones, or human rights in any way, Inner City Press on September 26, 27 and 28 asked Guterres' spokesman Stephane Dujarric about these glaring omissions. The first time, Dujarric alluded to "private" diplomacy. Then on September 27 when Inner City Press asked ask, video here, Dujarric said that UN envoy Francois Fall will be going to Cameroon "next week." On September 28, Inner City Press asked Dujarric deputy Farha...
Joël NGUENKAM (Cameroon's High Commission) explains what's happening at the Cameroon Tourist Office for Europe at Stand AF295, World Travel Market 2012 -LONDON - video by Jean-Pierre Esso for http://www.okabol.com - More on Cameroon Tourist Office: http://www.cameroun-infotourisme.com/ - World Travel Market London 2012: http://www.wtmlondon.com/
Adeola is upset that when the president's limousine breaks down, Cameroonians refused to pity Paul Biya.
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Clashes with police broke out as thousands of English-speaking Cameroonians brought coffins to the streets of Bamenda on Monday to protest what they see as their countrywide marginalisation by Francophones. Protesters carried coffins and reportedly proclaimed they were ready to die if met with violence, and be buried in the caskets. There are some five million English speakers mainly living in the northwest and southwest provinces who say they are treated as second-class citizens, barred from high office jobs and the best education under French speaking President Paul Biya. Video ID: 20161122- 019 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
My guest today in the programme The Forum is Durrel N. Hallesson , Business and Industries Coordinator for WWF, Cameroon, Country Office. He spoke about sustainable development in Cameroon and also the role his organization will play at the Cameroon Investments Forum
UN Women Cameroon is now fully ready to execute its 2015 Annual Work Plan after a 14-member team worked tirelessly to validate the plan at a retreat held by the Country Office in Kye-Ossi, Cameroon. Huge progress was made in the execution of the office's 2014 Annual Work Plan and the organization has increased its staff strength in a bid to catch up on growing challenges affecting gender in Cameroon. Watch friends staff work in a relaxed mood.