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The U20 lions of Cameroon have qualified for the third round of qualifiers for the AFCON, which will take place in Niger in 2019. This happened after they edged out the Hippos of Uganda
180 elements of the Nigerian Guard Brigade which is equivalent to the presidential guard in Cameroon, will be taking part in the National Reunification day, Biya's country is celebrating within some hours.
The latest FIFA rankings have been released on 17 May 2018, with Cameroon moving from the 51st to the 50th position in the world.
No major changes have been noticed in this month's rankings. In Africa, Cameroon remains 7th, while in the world classification Germany is the first, followed by Brazil, Belgium, Portugal and Argentina.
President Ahmadou Ahidjo became the President of the Federal Republic of Cameroon in 1961.
He knew that his country was in need of a lot things that could guarantee the welfare of the people of Cameroon.
Can two separate and distinct cultures inherited from two distinct Colonial masters be fused into one culture the French culture by obligation? This hotchpotch can't work today and won't ever work ever because a people can't be caged forever by a group of self seeking bootlickers from the Southern Cameroon's,who assume that they can and forever sell their Southern Cameroonian brothers to France for crumbs.
The Catholic Religious authorities of Cameroon have decided to go on a 9-day prayer session to ask for God's intervention in the crisis that are plaguing the English speaking Regions of the country.