Cameroonian William Chedjou killed in Germany over parking space


Local media report that it was a deadly attack in Berlin-Gesundbrunnen on Thursday afternoon, as William Chedjou was stabbed on the street. According to BILD information, he ater died in hospital.

The attack took place on Böttgerstrasse, apparently, a dispute over a parking space had escalated. The victim had parked when another driver wanted to claim the space for himself. This led to an argument between the two. According to witnesses, a third party came along and stabbed the victim.

According to BILD information, the victim had to be resuscitated on the way to the hospital. The man’s life was in danger and he eventually succumbed to his serious injuries in the hospital.

When the perpetrator tried to flee, another vehicle blocked his path and prevented him from escaping. He was arrested on the spot.

Cameroonians staged protests last night demanding justice for William Chedjou.

Source: Cameroon News Agency

Traders defy municipal orders, continue selling on railway line


Traders at the Nyalla Rail market in Douala, Littoral region, have continued selling along to the railway line despite repressive municipal actions and the killing of a woman by a train in May 2024.

Speaking to some of the traders selling along and on the rails, they told CNA that the wellbeing of their families is more precious than their lives.

‘There’s no market space left. If Ieave this place where will I go to? I have children back home to feed and take care of their needs’. A business woman told CNA.

‘I have been selling here for five years. We don’t have any problem with the train. We are vigilant. The only issue disturbing us is the noise of the train. We feel frightened but we have no choice.’ Stated another.

With the unsuccessful efforts of municipal authorities of Douala III to eject the traders from the rails , some CAMRAIL agents are present at the Nyalla Rail market daily to clear the rails from objects which could cause derailment of trains at the business site, given that trains do not slo
w down around the market area.

‘We have warning signs here but the population do not respect them. The cross the rails carelessly, endangering their lives. As for us, we keep an eye on activities on ye rails and ensure objects and persons are off the rails when a train coming’ . MAPAN III Alphonse, a CAMTAIL agent incharge of railway maintenance and protection said.

Traders revealed that they frustrated efforts of municipal authorities to chase them from the rails through the draft game. That is, escape when they are around and return when they are gone.

Source: Cameroon News Agency

Finance minister to present Mid-Year budget on July 23


Dr Mohammed Amin Adam, the Minister of Finance, is scheduled to present the Mid-Year Budget Review of the Budget Statement and Economic Policy of Government for the 2024 Financial Year on Tuesday, July 23 to Parliament.

Presenting the Business Statement for the sixth week ending Friday July 19 2024, on the Floor of the House on Friday, Mr Frank Annoh-Dompreh, the Majority Chief Whip said: ‘…Mr Speaker, the Business Committee takes this opportunity to give prior notice to Honourable Members that the Minister for Finance is expected to present the Mid-Year Review of the Budget Statement and Economic Policy of the Government for the 2024 Financial year on Tuesday, 23 July, 2024.’

The presentation would provide an update on the implementation of the 2024 Budget, with insights into the economic and fiscal performance for the first half of the year.

Mr Annoh-Dompreh also the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Nsawam-Adoagyiri told the House that the Business Committee had programmed that the Hous
e sat on Mondays, staring form Monday, July 15, 2024, to complement extended sittings which commenced the week.

He, also, noted that the Committee had proposed that a Committee of the Whole meeting be held on Tuesday, July 16, 2024, adding that the Committee was expected to hold discussions with the Administrator of the District Assemblies’ Common Fund and the Minister of State at the Ministry of Finance.

He, therefore, encouraged members to avail themselves at the meeting.

Touching on the week’s work scope, the Majority Chief Whip announced that the Minister of Education and the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations were scheduled to brief the House on strike action by lecturers at the Colleges of Education.

‘Mr Speaker, the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations would so apprise the House on the strike action by the Civil and Local Government Staff Association, Ghana, CLOGSAG,’ he said.

In all, ten ministers would attend upon to respond to 66 questions, six would be urgent with the remaining
60 expected to be oral questions.

The Minister of Local Government, Decentralisation and Rural Development; Minister for the Interior; Minister of Energy; Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection and Minister of Roads and Highways would be among the Ministers to attend upon the House.

Others would be the Transport, Employment and Labour Relations; Trade and Industry; Attorney General and Minister of Justice and Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Minister.

Source: Ghana News Agency

We need skilled health professionals to combat rising cancer cases – Sam Pyne


Mr Samuel Pyne, Mayor of Kumasi, has called for the need for the country to build a network of skilled health professionals to help in the effective management and treatment of rising cancer cases.

This, he said would help reduce mortalities in cancer cases, which was increasing at faster rate in the country.

Addressing the opening session of a three-day basic oncology training for physician assistants and nurses in Kumasi, he said health professionals must be well equipped with the needed skills, and knowledge to provide quality care to help strengthen the country’s healthcare system.

It was organized by Breast Care International (BCI) as part of efforts to broaden the skills and knowledge of the participants on the various cancer diseases, and how they could help treat and manage these diseases to reduce mortality rates in Ghana.

The training programme, which was on the theme: ‘Enhancing the Knowledge and Skills of Healthcare Professionals in the Field of Oncology,’ was sponsored by Kempisnky Hotel.

It
was to help bridge the knowledge gap on cancer treatment among professionals in health facilities across the country and empower them to provide the best professional care and practice in oncology.

Mr Pyne noted that the responsibility of providing health care rested on the concerted efforts of all stakeholders, adding that there was the need to work towards a future where quality cancer care would be accessible to all.

Dr Baffour Awuah, Consultant, Clinical and Radiation Oncologist, attributed the rising cases of sudden deaths in the country to the inability of many people to easily detect non-communicable diseases.

He said regular health check-ups should be the concern of everybody to help identify hidden health issues for early treatment to prevent strokes and others, which were killing many young people.

Dr Afua Commey, Head of Non- Communicable Diseases (NCDs) at the Ghana Health Service (GHS), advised nurses to treat all manner of patients with respect and compassion.

Dr Beatrice Wiafe Addai, Presi
dent of BCI, said the training was to create the needed awareness of cancer diseases among health professionals and provide them with the skills to treat and manage the diseases very well in their health facilities.

She said breast cancer was treatable and what was needed was for women to be aware of the disease and undertake regular check-ups and report any issues early for medical attention.

Dr Wiafe Addai said among the areas that would be looked at during the training were Prostate Cancer, Oncoganaecology, Radiotherapy Oncology, Cervical cancer, Counselling, Breast cancer and other virtual training from California and other developed countries.

She said other diseases that affected cancer patients would also be tackled, adding that the training would give the participants knowledge and skills on the various stages of cancer diagnosis and when necessary to make referrals.

She said the training when done consistently and replicated in the other regions, would help in the early stage diagnosis, which was
the key to cancer treatment.

Source: Ghana News Agency

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Source: Cameroon News Agency

North West farmers boiling in anger over two years alleged fraud by agricultural organization


Farmers in Bamenda, North West Cameroon, said they will file complaints with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development against an organization called SAPIDCAM.

The farmers allege SAPIDCAM, which promised to support plantain production, collected registration fees of 10,000 CFA francs (approximately USD 18) from numerous farmers but failed to deliver on its promises.

According to a spokesperson for the farmers, who requested anonymity fearing retaliation, SAPIDCAM initially promised to provide resources for cultivation and purchase all the plantain produce, including the stems. However, over two years have passed with no salaries paid to agricultural technicians hired by SAPIDCAM and no farms receiving the promised support.

The farmers allege that SAPIDCAM pressured them to open bank accounts with the organization and then abruptly closed its local office without notifying them.

SAPIDCAM could not be reached for comment. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has not yet confirmed receip
t of the complaint.

Source: Cameroon News Agency