The crisis in the Cameroons is getting worse: US Secretary Of State For Africa Warns




The top U.S. diplomat in Africa said Thursday the separatist crisis in Cameroon could get “much, much” worse, saying “the last thing we need” is growing radicalization in response to the actions of security forces.

Tibor Nagy, the U.S. assistant secretary of state for Africa, said the situation in the Central African nation is worsening by the day and “worrying me greatly.”

The United States calls for dialogue between Cameroon’s government and the Anglophone separatists who sprang up from peaceful protests two years ago against the alleged marginalization of English-speakers in the largely Francophone country, Nagy said in a conference call with journalists.

Fighting between the separatists and Cameroon’s security forces has sent hundreds of thousands of people fleeing in recent months, with hundreds of people killed in the English-speaking North West and South West regions.

Nagy said he is reminded of neighboring Nigeria, where the government’s “brutal response” to extremism led to an increase in the membership in Boko Haram. That decade-old Islamic insurgency continues to rage in northeastern Nigeria and has spilled over into neighboring countries.

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  1. Nji Felix

    December 7, 2018 at 10:20 AM

    The world need to put an end to this killing and burning of people alive in Ambasonia land …. grandparents parents mother’s children are suffering in southern Cameroon..let the world look into our cries.. thanks

  2. Pompidou Mensah

    December 8, 2018 at 12:06 AM

    NOw is not the time to cry, use this genocide to DONATE, PLEASE DONATE ANYWAY you can Encourage others, fellow Africans, NGOs Religious groups, humanitarian agencies, refer them to Ambazonia Foundation WEB PAGE. We are winning. The BUTCHER OF AMBAZONIA is losing every day, CAF, strikes, unemployment, fallout from FAKE ELECTIONS. The 79 people from Bamenda council BETTER NOT TESTIFY AGAINST OUR PRISONERS!!!!!!!!

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