Cameroonian Press Review – Tuesday, January 9, 2024

Dear subscribers, hello, and welcome to your daily press review on As every morning, find below the essential information published in kiosks this morning in Cameroon today.

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Electoral Rolls: RDPC Afraid of Massive Registration? A year before the next presidential election, the opposition makes massive registration on electoral rolls a major issue to hope for victory. (La Voix du Centre)

Dion Ngute, 5 years already. The highs, the lows, and the realm of possibilities of the team in office since January 4, 2019. (Mutations)

Yaoundé-Douala Highway: Mintp Unveils Execution Plan for Phase 2. In accordance with the announcement of the Head of State, Paul Biya, in his address to the nation on December 31 last year, for the start of work during this year 2024, the project schedule was presented on January 8 in Yaoundé during a cabinet meeting chaired by the Minister of Public Works, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi. P.3. (Le Témoin)

Achille Bassilekin III, Minister of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicrafts: “We observe an increasingly dynamic entrepreneurship among our youth.” At the heart of the support system for small and medium-sized enterprises, he outlines the measures implemented by the government to increase the transformation of Cameroonian products. Interview on Pp 4-5 (Défis Actuels)

Mbalam-Nabeba Iron Ore: The Touch of Jean Ernest Masséna Ngallè Bibéhè. The Minister of Transport (Mint) and his colleague from Mines, Industry, and Technological Development (Minmidt), Prof. Fuh Calistus Gentry, participated on December 28 in Beijing (China) in the launching and mobilization ceremony of the Integrated Project for the exploitation of iron ore mines in Avima, Badondo, Nabeba, and Mbalam, as well as the construction of the Mbalam-Kribi railway and the mineral terminal at the Port of Kribi. (Eco-finances)

Indomitable Lions: The Last Test. The Cameroon team plays a friendly match today in Saudi Arabia against Zambia, as part of the preparation for the 2023 AFCON. While waiting for the competition to kick off next Saturday, the first teams have arrived in Ivory Coast. pp.30-31. (Cameroon Tribune)

Minat: Is the Bamoun Sultan Above the Law? On December 29, 2023, our attention was drawn to a viral video on social networks showing a group of soldiers paying honors worthy of a head of state to the king of Bamoun. These soldiers solemnly expressed their allegiance to Sultan King Nabil Njoya, causing astonishment and indignation throughout the country. What does Cameroonian law say? Besides the Head of State as the supreme commander of the armed forces, only the Ministers in charge of defense, deputy secretaries of state to the Minister of Defense in charge of the National Gendarmerie, and in charge of veterans and war victims, the Chief of Staff of the Armed Forces, the Secretary-General of the Ministry of Defense, and the general officers of the different armies are entitled to these particular military honors. Sultan Nabil is urged to apologize to the nation for accepting honors not due to him… (Nouvel Horizon)

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