Monday, 25 September 2017

Cameroon Anglophone Region Revolt Persists [The Morning Call]

Thousands of demonstrators in several Cameroon English-speaking towns marched through the streets Friday defying a 24 hour curfew to protest against the continuous detention of some of the inhabitants of the regions.

The demonstrations in the North-West and South-West Regions came at the time when President Paul Biya was addressing the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
Cameroon Anglophone Region Revolt Persists [The Morning Call]
Paul Biya’s speech ended without the mention of the Anglophone crisis in the country infuriating some of the protesters.

Earlier, Governor of the North-West Region of Cameroon had imposed a 24-hour ban on movement of persons in the region which ended Friday midnight. Cameroon Anglophone Region Revolt Persists [The Morning Call]

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