Sunday, 28 January 2018

Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Liberian President George Weah Tells Paul Biya To Maintain Peace And Dialogue with Southern Cameronians To End The Crisis

"Cameroon is a beautiful country. Whatever the situation, we must do everything to maintain peace in Cameroon, we need dialogue. I wish peace in Cameroon."

After 14 years of civil war with particularly dreadful economic and social consequences, Liberia is gradually returning to peace and the return of democracy marked by the game of alternation in power. A new situation that has favored the election of former footballer George Weah to succeed Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the first woman head of state in Africa, forced to return his apron after two terms.

Marked by the 14 years of civil war that ravaged his country, the new Liberian president now wears the tunic of the champion of peace. Thus, brought to the scent of the situation of the socio-politico-security crisis in the Regions of South-West and North-West of Cameroon, George Weah who considers Cameroon as his second homeland, encourages the president Paul Biya and the activists of this so-called anglophone crisis, to take the path of dialogue for the end of the crisis.
Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Liberian President George Weah Tells Paul Biya To Maintain Peace And Dialogue with Southern Cameronians To End The Crisis
"Cameroon is a special country for me, I have never hidden it. When I see Cameroonians, I am always happy, sometimes in the street people say that I am Cameroonian ... I wish peace in Cameroon, it is a beautiful country. Whatever the situation, we must do everything to maintain peace in Cameroon, it requires dialogue, "said the former striker Tonnerre kalara club Yaounde in an interview with the Cameroonian public television after his swearing January 22, 2018.

Over the days, Cameroon has been bogged down for 15 months in the Anglophone crisis that took the shape of a civil war. According to various sources, about 500 civilians and 50 elements of the defense and security forces have perished in clashes between the army and the fighters who claim the independence of the western part of Cameroon.

Source - Crtv

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