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AMBAZONIA PEACE INITIATIVE MUST HAVE NO PRECONDITIONS

AMBAZONIA PEACE INITIATIVE MUST HAVE NO PRECONDITIONS

After intense pressure from the international community and stakeholders, Paul Biya, the president of the Republic of Cameroun has grudgingly called for negotiations with undisclosed representatives of Ambazonia, or Cameroonian Anglophones as he prefers to call them. OEAS has learned from reliable sources in Yaoundé and Europe that in addition to the above actions, the […]

Expatriates Report Horrors in Africa’s Cameroon

Expatriates Report Horrors in Africa’s Cameroon

(CN) — Beheaded corpses. Entrails spilled onto dusty roads. Photos from the civil war raging in his home country Cameroon nauseate the professor. “Sometimes I wake up and on my WhatsApp feed there’s some pictures I cannot even take, I just have to delete, they’re gruesome,” he said. It’s time for the world to wake […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks? (part II)

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks? (part II)

Crisis Group’s Senior Analyst for Central Africa Hans De Marie Heungoup talks about how Cameroonian and international actors can play to break the deadlock and encourage the two sides to make concessions. CRISISGROUP I.Introduction The crisis in the Anglophone regions (Northwest and Southwest) of Cameroon that began in October 2016 with protests by teachers and […]

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

Cameroon’s Anglophone Crisis: How to Get to Talks?

After twenty months of clashes, the government and the separatists are both refusing to give ground. Both sides must explore compromise solutions aimed at a level of regional autonomy somewhere between the secession the separatists yearn for and the fake decentralisation proposed by Yaoundé. What’s new? The conflict in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon is deadlocked. […]

SDF Says Gov’t Has Lost Control of Anglophone Regions

SDF Says Gov’t Has Lost Control of Anglophone Regions

The governments of Cameroon has lost control of the situation in the North West and South West regions and only a broad-based dialogue can bring the situation back to normal, the Social Democratic Front has said. In a statement released by the first vice President of the party Honourable Joshua Osih, the party accuses the […]

Detained Ambazonia leaders to boycott court sessions till further notice

Detained Ambazonia leaders to boycott court sessions till further notice

The ten detained ‘Ambazonia’ separatist leaders will no longer appear at the Yaounde military tribunal till further notice, their lawyers have said. Julius Ayuk Tabe and nine others are expected in court on Monday April 29 where their hearing continues but they have now released a statement through their defense team saying they will not […]

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