Thursday, 21 June 2018

Prime Minister Accuses The Diaspora For Fueling The Crisis

For the first time since the onset of the Anglophone crisis, Prime Minister Philemon Yang led a press briefing to report the violent abuses of separatist extremists against civilians and the defense and security forces.

Indeed, Philemon Yang gathered in the building sheltering his services in Yaoundé, the press and some personalities of the Republic to proceed with the solemn launching of the emergency plan of humanitarian assistance for the populations of South-West and North-West, the two English-speaking regions, which have been prey to violence against them “by terrorist gangs claiming secessionist movements“.
Prime Minister Accuses The Diaspora For Fueling The Crisis
Referring to violations of the right to education and economic activities, attacks on the defense and security forces and against the administrative authorities, the Prime Minister published a first appalling assessment of this crisis, before accusing “extremists of the diaspora and their local relays who have sought to substitute for corporatist demands, a secessionist project ”
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