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7 Fun Facts about late Ekpeka Njoku, most powerful Bakweri jazz man



The demise of the man dubbed the “ancestor” and considered the most powerful jazz man in Bakweri land has shocked many who knew him despite his age.

News of his death quickly made waves on social media today October 11th 2019.

For some,he was so powerful that he seemed immortal to his clients and those who knew him.

The Native of Bova, Buea sub division, Fako Division South West region was feared and revered as they believe he interacts directly with the ancestors.

As the entire Bakweri community prepares to say finally farewell to a man many believed was more of a spirit life here on earth than a human being, TeboPost brings to you some fun facts about an ancestor who lived among men

1. He doesn’t enter a taxi or any other car or motorbike. Njoku reportedly told his clients who came for spiritual healing to take a taxi or car home and he will join them later, and in most cases,they always meet him at their homes before they arrived.

2. He doesn’t comb his hair. It is said he doesn’t brushes his hair which looked scattered and grey all the time while alive.

3. He wears rings on all ten fingers. He usually wear rings on al his ten fingers on the hand.

4. He helped top politicians and super stars in the country like petit pays with spiritual powers and fortifications.

5.He regularly helps to locate missing tourists on Mount Cameroon.

6. He refused to leave behind a successor for his medicines and spiritual powers, saying they cannot keep the rules and consequently they will all run mad.

7. He is also famous for caging shadows in small bottles in his residence.

May his soul Rest In Peace


Another shocking knife attack raises questions about safety in schools



Tuesday January 14th 2020, shocking news went viral online as a 15 years old form three students stabbed his mathematics teacher to death.

The shocking incident happened at GHS Ngolbisonn in the nation’s political capital Yaoundé and the cause of the attack is not yet known.

The deadly school attack has forced the secondary education minister prof. Nalova Lyong to abort her Douala trip as reports say she is heading back to Yaoundé to get first-hand information with respect to the despicable attack which is becoming common in our secondary schools

The gruesome attack is the second in her tenure as secondary education minister after a similar incident in Douala in 2019 where a student stabbed his friend to dead at a very popular public secondary school in the economic capital, Douala.

The Douala incident shocked the city as well as the nation, as politicians and government ministers trooped into Lycee Deido after the deadly incident. Public health minister sanctioned some medical officials of the Deido district hospital for unprofessionally sharing images of the stabbed student online. But the questions remains, how safe are our schools and what measures have been taking by government to prevent further attacks

How safe are our schools

This second attack by 15 years old has once again raised serious questions about the safety in our schools. Increased Drug addiction in big cities mean schools are no longer safe and incidents like these begs the questions about what the state is dong to ensure safety in schools

Government has often been accused and rightly so of reacting to situations rather than taking preventive measures and this latest stabbing will give more munitions to the firepower of its critics. Why the cause of the attack remains unknown, many are already asking so many questions
How do students with deadly weapons have access to school premises most of which have security checks?

What measures were taken after the Deido attack to prevent future attacks in school?
What was the motive of the previous attack and what measures were taken to prevent future attacks?

As the questions keep coming, many will be hoping that a broad based security policy in implemented in schools across the country to prevent such deadly attacks in future. Basic security measures such as
Security personnel at entry points

Security cameras to monitor all areas outside and within

Blast-mitigation window film

Metal detectors for all students and teachers and many more can help prevent such reckless loss of human lives in the hands of rogue individuals

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US government tripples support for HIV/AIDS program in cameroon



According to a press reelease from the United States Embassy in Cameroon, the US government is trippling its support for HIV/AIDS program in the country

The decison the release states was taken following laudable measures taken by the Cameroon gvernment to combat the virus such as the elimination of user fess in all public hospitals and acredited community sites

The close to 6 Billion francs CFA support will go a long way to fight the spread of the virus to ensure hundreds of infected persons get the much needed antiretroviral drugs.

More than 530 000 Camerooniians currently live with the virus as from July 2019 with about 304 000 on drugs.

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Atanga Nji accuses NGOs of fueling Anglophone crisis, UN Agency fires back



The minister of Territorial Administration and national coordinator for relief materials to displaced persons in Anglophone region says some NGOs are fueling the Anglophone crisis.Minister Atanga Nji was speaking in Yaoundé as he announced the imminent delivery of 100 truckloads of humanitarian assistance destined to the Anglophone regions as gift from the Presidential couple.

Speaking to the public, the MINAT boss says some NGOs are fueling the crisis by publishing  wrong statistics of displaced persons in the affected regions.

According to the MINAT boss, the Anglophone regions has 155 000 internally displaced persons and government is adequately taking care of them

But moments after the minister’s declaration, the UN relief agency in the country OCHA Cameroon debunk the minister’s statistics as “fake news” I’m a tweet , rubbishing his attack while insisting the humanitarian situation in the country remains dire with close to 1 million persons affected.

The Anglophone regions have been in a crisis for more than three years now. According to UN agencies, more than 3000 persons have been killed; most of them civilians and millions displaced both internally and in neighboring country Nigeria

The Cameron government has granted special status to the Anglophone regions to appease to the warring party but it supporters insist they want an outright independence, they see to form their own state called Ambazonian

The International community has called on both sides to engage in genuine and inclusive dialogue to end the impasse

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