Cameroon Government Takes A Step To Resolve NW SW Crisis

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It is clear that the government of Cameroon is holding underground talks with Ambazonian leaders to resolve the North West South West crisis.

The government of Cameroon this week removed Sisiku Atuk Tabe and others to an undisclosed location where they secretly held some talks and finding solutions to the prolonged crisis.

Southern Cameroon political leaders like Agbor Balla, Aya Paul, Samuel Sako and others have however applauded the move which is for peace to reign in Southern Cameroon.

Julius Ayuk Tabe, the most prominent separatist leader who is currently serving a life sentence in prison for charges including terrorism was arrested in January 2019 in Nigeria’s Nera Hotel with nine others and brought to Cameroon and have been sentenced to life imprisonment.

Since the escalation of the Anglophone crisis in 2016 and later on government crackdown on the peaceful protest, about 4,000 thousand civilians, separatist fighters and military have perished in the fight.

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