Cameroon: Govt Deploys More Troops to Fight Armed Separatists

By Moki Edwin Kindzeka Cameroon has deployed more troops to it’s English speaking regions after another wave of attacks on public buildings and the kidnapping of military and government officials by suspected armed separatists. Moki Edwin Kindzeka reports from Yaounde. A Cameroon military band plays as hundreds of their colleagues are deployed to the troubled English speaking regions of the central African state. Defense Minister Joseph Beti Assomo Read More …

Nigeria aids refugees fleeing from Southern Cameroons

More than 25,000 refugees have travelled across the border from Cameroon to Nigeria and dozens continue to arrive every week. Caritas Nigeria is appealing for urgent support to fight an emerging humanitarian crisis as a growing number of refugees have been forced to flee political upheaval and armed conflict in neighbouring Cameroon. “The situation is dire,” said Fr Evaristus Bassey, director of Caritas Nigeria. “According to Read More …

The Southern Cameroon crisis: bridging the middle ground

22 December 2017: There is an ongoing crisis in Cameroon. Thousands have fled the English-speaking areas of the country because of violence and unrest, and many are calling for an independent state. What has the government done to alleviate this situation, and does it go far enough? Thousands have fled the English-speaking areas because of the violence and unrest in Cameroon  For several decades, the minority English-speaking Read More …

Outcome of the Common Wealth SG’s visit to Cameroon

The territory internationally known as Cameroon has been under serious threats of dividing into two separate entities for over a year now. Recording a large number of deaths in just over a year, the powers that be have paid a blind eye to the situation in Cameroon. As the year gradually creeps to an end; with the military roaming Manyu division like school children forcing thousands Read More …

The UN Ignores Southern Cameroons Separatists But Votes on Jerusalem

The double standard nature of the United Nations Organization (UNO) has been put under the microscope one more time. With the massacre of civilians in Southern Cameroons that started sometime in September 2016 and currently going on, the UN has vehemently decided to look the other way while calling on the entire world to vote for the recognition of Jerusalem as the Capital city of Israel. Read More …

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