Friday, 15 June 2018

Cameroon Breaking News - America Call For Credible Investigations To The Killings In Anglophone Regions

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Republican Nikki Haley, on Friday, June 1, 2018, conducted for the first time an unprecedented charge against the regime of President Biya in the context of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon.


In a string of accusations, she called on the Cameroonian authorities to immediately stop repressing civilian populations, respect human rights, freedom of expression and, above all, conduct “credible investigations” into allegations of massacres of civilians in the south-west and north-west of the country.

The representative of the United States also demanded the release of the detainees. Last year, when the American diplomat was questioned about the situation in Cameroon by our colleague Matthew R. Lee of ‘Inner City Press’, she said she had no information about this country and almost ran away from the questions.
Breaking News - America Call For Credible Investigations To The Killings In Anglophone Regions
The recent exit of the US Ambassador to Cameroon, Peter-Henry Balerin, who directly blamed President Paul Biya and who was then summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cameroon a few days after his communication to the coming out of an interview with the head of the Cameroonian state, shows that Washington has, if necessary, want to invite itself in the conflict that is bogged down.

The Americans would intervene in Yaoundé to gain a foothold if the conflict continues, perhaps without requiring the approval of France, dominant power in this country of French-speaking Africa, which is, at least officially, in radio silence mode.
The presidential candidate Akere T. Muna – following his confrere and human rights activist Felix Agbor Nkongho – recently seized, by mail, among others: the US State Department, the Security Council of the UN, the Open Society of George Soros, etc., on the bloody, growing and targeted repression of the Biya regime on Anglophones without distinction.

It is this twist that may have provoked the recent and sudden soft eyes of the much feared Rapid Intervention Battalion (Bir) in Manyu, the region that has suffered the greatest exodus to the neighboring Nigerian state of the Cross.




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