Eseka Train Crash Inquiry Published: Some Blames, No punishments but donation of money to victims.

Seven months after the terrible Eseka train derailment, the government of Cameroon has finally established its much awaited report about the accident. CAMRAIL has been entirely blamed for the accident and also, the President of Cameroon has donated the sum of 1.000.000.000 FCFA to victims of the accident.

Terrible: Gov’t School Kudu-Tabenken ravaged by breakneck wind

These are some of the photos shared on Facebook by Nfor Evanson about the incident.Evanson is a native of Kudu and he’s been sharing images about this same school from the days of the decapitated structure before this one. It’s a pity!

Destroyed and displaced roof
‘Naked’ classrooms

The donation of 500000 laptops by the Head of State to University students: Here’s the procedure

Amid confusion and uncertainty among students and the national and international community interested in the whole 500000 laptops affair, the Cameroon Ministry of Higher Education(MINESUP) on 13 April 2017 made public this notice to guide the concerned and potential beneficiaries of the 500000 laptops.

Screenshot of the communiqué from MINESUP

Screenshot of the communiqué from MINESUP
Screenshot of the communiqué from MINESUP

A woman manhandled in Bemenda after marching with the ‘NO TO GHOST TOWN’ T-shirt.(images)

Monday morning, images emerged from Bamenda showing men and women marching with white t-shirts labeled ‘No To Ghost Town’ allegedly voicing out their hatred for ghost towns that have been going on in the town and other parts of the NW and SW regions for months now.

As critics will put it, it’s been said that these are people manipulated to present a false image of the effectiveness of ghost towns or kontri Sunday as it’s now called. This reporter does not know who were behind the controversial march, but these images speak for themselves. 

Anti ghost town protesters in Bamenda

The woman in the the photos below paid the price for joining the group of protesters. Reports from Bamenda say her shirt was destroyed at Foncha Junction, Bamenda.

Woman wearing ‘NO TO GHOST TOWN’ t-shirt
Woman running for safety after being manhandled
Destroyed ‘NO TO GHOST TOWN’ t-shirt
‘NO TO GHOST TOWN’ refix