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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Ambazonia: an urgent meeting held in Yaoundé amid uncontrollable rises of the conflict


The Cameroonian Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji, joined his Defense Ministry colleague at a crucial meeting in Yaoundé to discuss the escalation of the armed conflict in the two English-speaking regions of North West Southwest of the country, according to sources of the Ministry of Defense.

Our source also noted that Joseph Beti Assomo and Paul Atanga Nji had already written a memo on the discussions and recommendations addressed directly to President Paul Biya.

The unrest in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon began in October 2016. It was a linguistic problem and a demand for better working conditions on the part of teachers and lawyers, but the government mismanaged it. had nothing to do with the English-speaking secessionist struggle in North West and South West. Since then, the regime has spent billions of CFA francs to contain the insurgency in vain.

Therefore, at the crucial meeting on security held in Yaounde, Joseph Beti Assomo, categorically stated that the epicenter of the meeting concerned security issues in the North West and South West .

The experts maintain that the Cameroonian president has consistently applied only aesthetic approaches and slogans to a conflict that has proved that it can not be solved by weapons of war. The army has continued unabatedly to violate all humanitarian laws in the area of ​​armed conflict, killing doctors, women and children, persons with reduced mobility and religious to overcome the resistance to no avail.

According to reports, the General Delegate for National Security, two Secretaries of State in the Ministry of Defense, security chiefs with areas of command spread across the country's ten regions, and chiefs of presidential security have also traveled to Yaoundé for the crucial meeting. In addition to the Anglophone crisis, security issues in the Eastern, Far-North and Adamaoua regions were also examined.


Source: National Telegraph / Cameroonweb.com