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Laurent Gbagbo et Charles Blé Goudé “libres de rentrer en Côte d’Ivoire”

FRANCE 24 | Le président de la Côte d’Ivoire, Alassane Ouattara, a affirmé, mercredi, que l’ancien président Laurent Gbagbo et son ex-ministre Charles Blé Goudé étaient “libres de rentrer quand ils le souhaitent” dans le pays. Une annonce qui intervient une semaine après l’acquittement définitif des deux hommes jugés pour …

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Cameroon Dialysis Patients Protest Poor Treatment, Equipment Shortage

YAOUNDÉ – VOA Scores of Cameroonians with kidney failure and their relatives have blocked traffic since Monday around a Yaoundé hospital to protest a shortage of dialysis treatment.? Cameroon authorities blame administrative procedures and coronavirus disruptions for slowing the import of dialysis machines and medicines.? Traffic was at a standstill …

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Cameroon senior Health official dies at 75

The East African | A senior Cameroonian government official who has been on the frontline of the fight against the deadly coronavirus pandemic has died of an undisclosed illness. Alim Garga Hayatou, Secretary of State in the Cameroon Ministry of Public Health in charge of epidemics and pandemics, died in …

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Cameroon’s disarmament official kidnapped in restive Anglophone region

YAOUNDE, April 7 (Xinhua) — Gunmen abducted an official of Cameroon’s National Committee on Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration (NCDDR) in the country’s troubled Anglophone region of Northwest on Wednesday, according to local officials and security sources. Henry Kum, Service Head of NCDDR Northwest was kidnapped at his residence Wednesday afternoon …

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Minigrids Act as the Seed of Change in Cameroon

Microgrid Knowledge | In the Central African country of Cameroon, electricity is scarce outside of major cities. But that may soon change because of a public-private partnership that has a set goal of installing 750 minigrids. The effort is about more than lighting up the 11,000 villages that lack power; …

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