According to the Canadian, the Cameroonian government must punish the elements of the forces of law and order that have not respected the human rights during these strikes.
After the United States of America, it is Canada’s turn to worry about the situation prevailing in the English-speaking Regions of Cameroon. In a correspondence addressed to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Stéphane Dion, and Canadian High Commissioner René Cremonese in Yaounde, Canada’s Lynn Cockburn encourages Canadian authorities to respond to the situation in Bamenda and Buea.
Lynn Cockburn, who is worried about the situation in Cameroon, encourages the authorities of her country to remind Cameroon that it must respect human rights and good governance.
After revisiting the excellent relationship between Canada and Cameroon, Lynn noted that “it is mainly because of these recent memories” that she has in her heart that she challenges Canada “to take action against abuses Human rights and brutality in Bamenda and Buea “.
Lynn Cockburn regrets the fact that lawyers, teachers and students were molested, trained in mud, smothered by tear gas while they had just claims.
“Please use your social status to challenge President Paul Biya, Prime Minister Yang Philemon and other members of the Government to strictly respect human rights. The Government of Cameroon should not tolerate the human rights abuses committed by certain members of the security forces in Bamenda and Buea, “Lynn said.