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Cameroon – Anglophone Crisis: UN Calls On Cameroon Government to Release Detained Anglophones, Restore Internet

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Written by Deckson N.
The representative of the United Nation, UN, Secretary General to the Central Africa sub region, Francoise Lounceny Fall has called on the Government of Cameroon to free all persons arrested during the crisis that have hit the two English Speaking regions of the country.

The UN representative made the declaration in Yaoundé Wednesday night April 12, 2017 to the Press after spending three day investigation in Cameroon.

Mr Fall also called on the Government to reinstate Internet in the two English speaking regions. The release of those arrested and return of internet according to the UN staff is the right step in the right direction towards restoring peace in these regions.

The representative of the UN Secretary General to the Central African sub region before his media outing met with various strike leaders including those imprisoned, Teachers Trade Unionists and other key actors in the struggle.

He welcome measures put in place by Government to solve the crisis and urged them to immediately implement the measures and also put in motion the National Committee to promote Multiculturalism and Bilingualism.

Francoise Fall however said the UN cannot decide on the form of the state because it is the responsibility of Cameroonians to decide through ballot.

Mr Fall revealed that he met with Prof. Maurice Kamto of CRM political party, the man who few days back criticized the UN and other International bodies for keeping sealed lips on the Anglophone crisis.

from lcclc.info

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