Top 10 Trending Stories in Cameroon Last Week (February Week 2)

Here are some stories that kept social media buzzing last week in Cameroon.

237 fast-rising comedian Auntie Felicia (Kwoh Elonge) signs an ambassadorial deal with Urpharm Cameroon Ltd worth millions of FCFA.

Cameroonian UK-based s3x therapist, motivational speaker, and social media influencer Mama Atalaku (Newuh Christy) and husband Epie Aimglobal (the Epiewanes) welcome their son, Mesumbe Nathan Epiewane.

Coach of the Indomitable Lions Antonio Conceicao maintained. According to Sports Minister, every time the lions have won a trophy, it has been with a foreign coach and there is no need to sack the coach when we should be focusing on the world cup qualifiers.

African music legend 2baba Idibia visits Cameroon for the Urband Blend music event. He was seen hanging out with fast-rising 237 artists Jato Sonita and Gomez Oba.

Tzy Panchak gets social media talking after signing a multi-million dollar deal with SOUNDZcmr and acquiring a range rover worth millions of FCFA.

Kameni parts way with Mr. Leo’s record label Lionn Productions.

Cameroon’s President Paul Biya clocks 89. Paul Biya who has been the President of Cameroon for 40 years celebrated his 89th birthday privately as usual with a few family members and friends.

The debate on whether a local coach should be hired to manage the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon or not, with many citing the likes of Patrick Mboma,  Carl Enow Ngachu, Oman Biyik, and others as National experts who could handle the job.

Tilla attempts suicide

Cameroonian female rapper Tilla is rushed to the hospital after leaving a suicide note on her Facebook page. According to Tilla, she was tired and just wanted to say goodbye. Well, thank God she was saved in time.

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Top 10 Trending Stories in Cameroon Last Week (February Week 2)

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