Friday, June 1, 2018

Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: Patrice Nganang Release Book TITLE "ANGLOPHONE REVOLT" PROHIBITED IN CAMEROON

This was the first book written in French and published by a Cameroonian author on the crisis in the English-speaking area.


237acut| Patrice Nganang's book written after his trip to the northwestern and southwestern regions, which since October 2016 has been plagued by a socio-political crisis which has changed over time into guerrillas has just been banned by the Cameroonian authorities.

"The English revolt", a 260-page book published by Teham editions, sold for 10 euros (more than 6,500 CFA francs), whose official release was scheduled for May 30, 2018 will not be marketed on the whole territory Cameroonians.

Remember that this was the first book written in French and published by a Cameroonian author on the crisis in the English-speaking area.

Patrice Nganang had himself declared that the fruits of the sale of the said book would be entirely devoted to the humanitarian aid of English-speaking refugees.


The publisher had indicated that the book addressed three concerns: raise awareness, create a chain of solidarity and encourage reflection on a "real alternative",


Read more: Anglophone Struggle continues but without violence, says Kah Walla. Watch Video below