Robert Ndjana

Anti-doping Association Clarifies Suspension Of Judoka

Kila Jisi The Cameroon Anti-doping Association, known by its French acronym, OCALUDS, has provided clarifications on the suspension of Cameroonian judoka, Njimolou Seidou for nine months for doping. Seidou was suspended ahead of the Fracophonie games following an off –competition control in July, for consuming a prohibited substance called furosemide. Fans criticised the suspension following […]

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Table Tennis President Satisfied With Tournament

Kila Jisi The President of the Cameroon Table Tennis Federation, Alfred Bagueka Assobo, has expressed satisfaction at the conduct of the 5th edition of the SONARA International Table Tennis Tournament. The balance sheet of the tournament was positive, all the countries invited participated, except for Morocco that has some problems, he said. “We witnessed an […]

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Emmauel Lajide-Referee-Nigerian

Cameroon Needs To Improve On Protocol-Table Tennis Referee

Kila Jisi International Table Tennis Referee, Nigerian, Emmanuel Lajide appreciating the just ended SONARA International Table Tennis Tournament, has said Cameroon needs to improve on its protocol. “The players want the protocol aspect of the competition-the schedule to be respected, to run as quickly as possible, but when there is delay, they put pressure on […]

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Sarah Hanffou Lifts SONARA Table Tennis Trophy

Kila Jisi Cameroonian, Sarah Nana Hanffou has lifted the SONARA Table Tennis Trophy after beating Egyptian, Islem Laid in the finals 4sets to 0 in the female category. After a good start in the competition, beating all her opponent, Sarah emerged champion in the female category. Though many thought the game was easy as Sarah […]

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Egyptian, SONARA International TableTennis Champion

Kila Jisi Egyptian, Mohammed Elsobky is the 2013 SONARA International Table Tennis Champion in the male category. He beat Nigerian Kazeem Makanjoula Isiaka, to lift the cup for the third time running. Elsobky at the end of the competition said he was happy with his performance and needed it for his country Egypt. “I am […]

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Sarah Hanffou

Sarah Hanffou Leads Group

Kila Jisi Sarah Hanffou, the 2010 African Champion, has completed the first of her group as the Yaounde SONARA International Table Tennis Championship kicked off in Yaounde today. She beat Egyptian Reem El-Eraky 3sets to 1 in the first game which to her was the most difficult. “Though I won this first game against the […]

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Alfred Bagueka Assobo

Yaounde Hosts SONARA International Table Tennis Tournament

Kila Jisi Yaounde would host the fifth edition of the SONARA International Table Tennis Tournament over the week-end. The President of the Cameroon Table Tennis Federation, Alfred Bagueka Assobo presented the tournament to the press on Monday. Besides the host Cameroon, eight countries are expected to participate in the tournament: Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Nigeria, Morocco, […]

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Cross Section of Ministers at SCSA Consultative Meeting

Zone IV Sports Ministers Sue For Restructuring Of SCSA

Kila Jisi   Zone Iv Supreme Council for Sports, SCSA, Sports Ministers, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Central African Republic among others have agreed for the restructuring of the body, SCSA. The common position was taken in Yaoundé on July 12 during a consultative meeting of as the zone IV Sports Ministers.   The meeting was organized […]

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Sports Minister Encourages Practice Of Sports, Physical Education

  Kila Jisi The Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Adoum Garoua has urged Cameroonians to practice sports and physical education. He made the call on the National Sports and Physical Education Day, celebrated every June 2. He said the practice of sports and physical education is good for health, a message the Minister of […]

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Cameroon Olympians want to box in UK after ‘threats’ Cameroonian boxers who deserted their Olympic squad have told the BBC they want to stay in the UK to develop their careers. The five boxers, who met the BBC at a secret location in London, went missing more than a week ago. Cameroonian authorities said they suspected the boxers wanted to be economic migrants. […]

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