Elvis Boh is a digital journalist and news producer based in Yaounde, Cameroon. I worked for close to 5 years as Digital Journalist, General Producer in the central desk of Africanews, Euronews Group before relocating to Yaounde. I also have on ground experience in Cameroon where I worked before with the first private TV-STV as News Editor. I am useful in print, radio, online journalism and media strategy.
Congo: Chikungunya outbreak and research Sci-tech segment on Africanews, presented by Elvis Boh.
In this edition of the business segment, Elvis Boh zooms in on an issue which seems to be an eye opener. Africa is losing about 50 billion US dollars every year as a result of illicit financial flows out of the continent.
LIVE STAND-UP FROM ABUJA NIGERIA ON AFRICANEWS FLAGSHIP PROGRAM THE MORNING CALL.
African Entrepreneurship report picked up by Euronews and interpreted in other languages with Stand up by Elvis Boh.
La Fondation Tony Elumelu au service de l'entreprenariat africain [Focus]. French version.
Special report on 2019 Tony Elumelu entrepreneurship forum where Young African entrepreneurs were urged to view private investment as the key to unlocking potentials in Africa.
Le Dr Christopher Fomunyoh a organisé et conseillé des missions internationales d’observation des élections dans presque tous les pays africains.Dans cet entretien, il nous parle de l’impact probable de la Covid-19 sur sur les élections et la démocratie.
As Africa battles COVID-19, Dr Chris Fomunyoh calls on African leaders to take measures to soften the economic blow of the pandemic as fear of social unrest loom. Interviewed by Elvis Boh for Africanews.
Douala, Cameroon • Travel • October 28 @ 12:00am
In prelude to the Africa Cup of Nations and the African championship competitions to be held in 2021 and 2022, Cameroon is modernizing its international airports It is in this perspective that Cameroonian authorities have received up to date assistance equipment to ease the arrival of... Read more
Yaounde, Cameroon • Politics • October 28 @ 12:00am
The leader of Cameroon's Popular Action party Njang Denis Tabe has called on Paul Biya to resign following what he describes as "his inability to handle the Anglophone crisis." I have his exclusive interview ready. The Popular Action Party is one of the leading parties in Cameroon with influence in... Read more