Monday, 19 June 2017

UN Secretary General Publishes Report On The Anglophone Crisis In Cameroon!

As we earlier reported; a representative of the United Nations and African Union was on a mission in Cameroon from April 9th-13th because of the political strife opposing the smooth running of activities in the North West and South West.

He met with the president of the consortium; Agbor Balla, and other detained anglophone leaders, and some of the defense lawyers, in Kondengui. He also met with several ministers and ambassadors.
UN Secretary General Publishes Report On The Anglophone Crisis In Cameroon!
The United Nations secretary has now published a report based on that visit. He made a combined report on Central Africa, but here are excepts of the report that talk on the Anglophone problem in Cameroon as curated by Albert Nchinda. 

Part of it reveals that the Presidency called the Consortium on March 17th to dialogue:

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