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Ngouanfo Lambert

Douala, Cameroon
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About Ngouanfo
Ngouanfo Lambert is a journalist based in Douala, Cameroon.
I am a graduate of the ESSTIC (French) school of journalism (École supérieure des sciences et techniques de l'information et de la communication) in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
I followed TV training courses at CFI (Canal France International) in France and at Deutsche Welle in Germany. I worked as Editor-in-Chief at the first private Cameroonian TV channel MAX, I spent eleven years as correspondent in Cameroon of the group France Télévisions in its branch AITV and currently I am correspondent of the Agence France Presse TV in Cameroon as well as of the television Africanews
Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Fact Checking
Investigative Reporting Fact Checking

Report about stigmatisation of persons suffering of coronavirus

Largest shopping mall opens in Douala

18 Nov 2020  |  www.africanews.com
Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, now hosts the largest mall in Central Africa, the Douala Grand Mall. The mall, spanning 40,000 m2 with 18,000 m2 of commercial space, offers entertainment, leisure, and shopping with 160 shops, supermarkets, amusement parks, and cinemas. It is expected to attract 300,000 visitors monthly and has created approximately 4,500 jobs. The project, which cost 122 million euros, has injected 46 million euros into the local economy and is supported by the Cameroonian State, aiming for an 80% filling rate by year's end. Covid-19 precautions are in place, including mandatory masks and measures to limit environmental pollution.

Cameroon: a visual artist paints the world's fragility in the face of coronavirus

10 Jul 2020  |  fr.africanews.com
Cameroonian visual artist Alioum Moussa, from his small studio in Yaoundé, reflects on the world's fragility amidst the coronavirus pandemic through his art series 'God and the Masks'. The series, influenced by misinformation about the virus, explores themes of blindness and vulnerability, with over a hundred works created since the outbreak began in Cameroon. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, including downsizing his studio space and relying on graphic design for income, Moussa continues to create art that serves as a beacon of hope, as noted by fellow artists and art administrators.

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