Fifa Suspends Nigeria Football Federation

FIFA Emergency Committee has suspended the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF), on grounds of government interference in soccer administration in the country. According to a communiqueacute made public on Wednesday July 9, no Nigerian side of any sort including clubs can take part in international competitions be it regional or international. The decision comes after the elected NFF President Aminu Maigari, the Executive Committee and General Assembly were voted out of office on Saturday July 5, after being accused of mismanaging the nation’s World Cup campaign. A sole administrator was appointed…

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SOPECAM Staff Train On Fire Fighting Techniques

Some 16 staff, mostly from the Technical Department of the Cameroon News and Publishing Corporation (SOPECAM) on Tuesday July 8, at the headquarter of the company received theoretical and practical training on different techniques to extinguish fire as well as first rescue methods to be given to fire victims. The trainer, Dominique Ndaji, said in 24 hours, the staff were trained on specific technics to extinguish fire, preventive measures to apply against fire outbreak and how to reduce panic when faced with a fire outbreak. Dominique Ndaji explained that during…

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Over 83 Lawyers Join Cameroon Bar

The swearing-in ceremony took place on July 9, 2014, before the President of the Court of Appeal, Centre Region, Emmanuel Arroye Betou. 83 new lawyers were sworn into the Cameroon Bar Association, yesterday July 9, at the Appeal Court in Yaounde, Centre Region. The lawyers, who took the oath before the President of the Appeal Court in Yaounde, Centre Region, Emmanuel Arroye Betou, Aocate General, Noe Ngong and the Representative of the Bar President, Barrister Philippe Memong were told to uphold the ethics of the profession observe and maintain the…

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Free Breast Cancer Screening, a Must

Information by Run for a Cure Africa Cameroon indicates that cancer is a threat, and the probability of breast cancer is higher among women in the country. Besides diet, the most causes are lack of awareness, education, information dissemination, and early diagnosis. The President of Run for a Cure Africa Cameroon, Virginie Bopda Kontchou, made the disclosure during a news conference to announce her association’s campaign against breast cancer in Akwa July 3. Run for Africa Cameroon will conduct free cancer prescreening, screening and biopsy for women in Douala from…

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Diversify Content, Revenue Base

Peter Sakwe Masumbe, (PhD), ‘Administrateur Civil Principal,’ Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and International Relations, University of Buea, revisits the 40 years of existence of Cameroon Tribune newspaper. As Cameroon Tribune marks 40 years of existence, its content should be made to attract even the apathetic audience, especially as it is presented in French and English. So far, a considerable portion of its content has not been enticing. The paper should become a flagship educational canvasser in terms of content and volume in Cameroon and the CEMAC sub-region. Its ability…

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CAMAIR-CO and New Business Openings

The Minister of Transport was in Douala yesterday July 9, to evaluate ongoing work to lift the city’s international airport to standards befitting for an international air transportation hub for Central Africa and even beyond which Douala is being called up to be. The airport was first put into use in 1977 and the wear-and-tear the facility has experienced since then is too evident for all to see, especially as the country has gone through several crises, thus reducing the possibilities of matching the airport to what it should reasonably…

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