Tag: Cameroun

NEMA Records 29,581 Nigerian Returnees from Niger, Cameroon

Press Releases About 29, 581 Nigerians who fled their communities in Borno, Yobe and Adamawa as result of insurgent activities to Republic of Niger and Cameroun have voluntarily returned last year, this is contained in a published report of humanitarian relief intervention by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) which[Read More…]

Nigeria Will Comply With ICJ Judgment On Bakassi Peninsula Says Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday assured that Nigeria will abide by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) judgment on Bakassi Peninsula. Buhari spoke at a joint interactive he held with President Paul Biya of Cameroon and the media in Abuja. He said there was no cause for alarm, but added[Read More…]

Camerounian President Paul Biya And Wife Chantal In Nigeria For A Two-Day Working Visit

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu has received the President of Cameroun, Paul Biya, who is on a two-day working visit to Nigeria. Accompanied by his wife, the Cameroonian President, who entered the Presidential Villa at about 2:00pm local time on Tuesday inspected a guard of honour mounted by the Presidential Guards before[Read More…]

Tahiru Sherriff: Is Boko Harams Allegiance A Sign Of Imminent Defeat

When Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau made a pledge to ISIL with the words “We announce our allegiance to the Caliph …and will hear and obey in times of difficulty and prosperity”, admist speculations that the group was speedily loosing recruits and territories to the MNJTF, an unanswered question lingered:[Read More…]

Nigerian, Camerounian Militaries Hold Bilateral Parley On Operation Against Terror

In furtherance of various international contacts by Nigeria in the efforts to stamp out the scourge of terrorism in the sub-region, a bilateral defence meeting between Nigeria and Cameroun is scheduled to commence on Wednesday at the Defence Headquarters in Abuja. The three-day meeting which is being hosted by Nigeria’s[Read More…]

Anxiety In Cross River As UN Demarcates Border With Cameroon

CALABAR—THERE is anxiety in Cross River as the United Nations joint commission demarcates boundary between Nigeria and Cameroun. Cameroon, which is the country’s neighbour alongside officials from the United Nations is already carrying out the demarcation of her border with Nigeria and in the process, carving the villages as part[Read More…]