National Communication Council suspends Canal plus Elles

The National Communication Council has suspended the CANAL PLUS ELLES for allegedly conveying obscene practices with homosexual tendencies through its programs.

This was made known through a communiqué signed by the president of the National Communication Council, Joseph Chebongkeng.

“The National Communication Council informs public opinion that for some time, we have noted the recurrence of the broadcast in certain channels of the CANAL PLUS INTERNATIONAL Channels received in Cameroon, of programs conveying obscene practices with homosexual tendencies and thus undermining the laws and values of the Republic,” the communique read.

The Channel is said to have received a warning included in its press release of June 12, 2023, with which the council began consultations with those responsible for the CANAL PLUS INTERNATIONAL group with a view to finding appropriate solutions.

According to the council, the CANAL PLUS INTERNATIONAL Group has been very indifferent despite all their warnings.

The communique said that; “Taking into account all the warnings with the aim of putting an end to the programs denounced, which promote practices contrary to our laws, as well as our morals and customs, the National Communication Council has, by separate correspondence today, asked the cable television operator CANAL PLUS INTERNATIONAL to suspend without delay and until further notice of its bouquets received in Cameroon the broadcast of the channel called CANAL PLUS ELLES,”.

Source: Cameroon News Agency