Senior associate and regional director of the National Democratic Institute of International affairs (NDI) and founder of the Fomunyuh Foundation has donated to Anglophone refugees in Nigeria.
Fomunyuh was in tears as he recently visited the refugees in Neighboring Nigeria with gifts.
Describing what he saw as “a sad situation,” Dr Fomunyuh said most of the refugees are children and helpless women.
Spending days in Nigeria, Fomunyuh was able to visit many refugee camps like that of Benue, Cross Rivers state and in Calabar.
Since the start of the Anglophone crisis in 2016, the two English speaking regions in Cameroon have been unsafe grounds for many. Some had moved to be refugees in Nigeria while others are in the Francophone regions.
Human rights group, UNHCR has recently said there are over 70, 000 Cameroonian refugees in Nigeria.
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