Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Ambazonia War In Cameroon: BBC Reveals Why The UN Will Not Intervene [Video]

The situation may worsen in the coming days according to this specialist. The risk of a stagnation of the crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon is increasing day by day to believe the international media. 

After the American newspaper Washington Post and the English newspaper The Guardian, it is the turn of the BBC to sound the alarm on the risk of civil war in Cameroon.

In a video published on June 15, Tomi Oladipo, the specialist on security issues in Africa, tried to explain the inertia of the international community despite the risks of a conflagration of the current situation.
Ambazonia War In Cameroon: BBC Reveals Why The UN Will Not Intervene [Video]
According to this specialist, the absence of a strong reaction from the international community towards the violence in the north-west and south-west regions of Cameroon is due to the existence of other unresolved conflicts. In the region. The threat of the Islamic group Boko Haram in northern Cameroon, he said, is also one of the reasons for the silence of the international community.
“For now, the government and the rebels show no signs of decline, there will necessarily be more bloodshed before things change,” he warned.

Source - www.cameroondailyjournal.com
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