Friday, 15 September 2017

Cameroon Deploys Another Contingent Of More Than 1,000 Men To Keep Peace In The Central African Republic

A new contingent of 1,030 military and police officers joined the United Nations integrated multidimensional stabilization mission in the Central Africa Republic (MINUSCA) on September 9, 2017, official sources revealed.

This is the fourth and largest batch deployed by Cameroon, since the UN launched this mission which was led by Cameroonian Brigadier General Martin Tumenta Chomu, who passed away a few months ago.
Cameroon Deploys Another Contingent Of More Than 1,000 Men To Keep Peace In The Central African Republic
It must be emphasized that instability in the Central African Republic impacts Cameroon, its Eastern region especially as it shares a border with the country. Truly, since the crisis broke out in the Central African Republic, insecurity has soared significantly in the Eastern part of Cameroon, due to various abuses committed by former Central African rebels around the border.Cameroon Deploys Another Contingent Of More Than 1,000 Men To Keep Peace In The Central African Republic.

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