Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Is Koffi Annan Cameroon’s Savior? To Mediate Secret Talks Between Biya and Sessekou In Dakar To End Anglophone Crisis - Sources Reveal!

The head of state Paul Biya and the self-proclaimed president of the fictitious state of Ambazonia are expected to gather around a negotiating table in the coming days.


Information received from a source in the entourage of Paul Biya indicate, indeed, that an international mediation led by the former Secretary General of the United Nations Ghanaian Kofi Annan should bring the two men to find the exit routes of the Anglophone crisis.

The meeting should take place in Dakar (Senegal) or Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), camroonweb.com says. A few days ago, several reports announced a dissension in the ranks of the movement because some leaders would have opted for the solution of the dialogue leading to federalism. A choice denounced on social networks by some of the secessionist leaders.

Since October 2017, more than 122 civilians and some 40 soldiers have already lost their lives in clashes between Cameroon’s defense and security forces and armed separatist groups.
Is Koffi Annan Cameroon’s Savior? To Mediate Secret Talks Between Biya and Sessekou In Dakar To End Anglophone Crisis - Sources Reveal!
According to the United Nations, the crisis in the English-speaking regions has made more than 160 thousand displaced people.

The organization deplores the stagnation of the humanitarian situation in the North West and South West regions.

The news if confirmed, will mark a major turning point of the crisis as the situation in the restive regions of North West and South West continues to deteriorate

Since their arrest from Nigeria, the self-proclaim president of the so called ambazonian republic has been held incommunicado by security forces.

Government has always insisted that the 47 man delegation who were arrested by Nigeria special forces and whisked to Yaoundé are enjoying their constitutional privileges even though there has been public outcry for the leaders to be shown to the public as conspiracy theories rise over the fate.

The former UN scribe is a household name in the country. It was during his tenure at the helm of the international body that Cameroon and Nigeria successfully settled the conflict over Bakasi peninsula at the International court of justice which ruled in favor of Cameroon in October 2002.




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