Doctors Without Borders has announce their end of work in the North West region.
The international and humanitarian organisation that specialized in providing free and medical care to persons in the conflict region will no longer do so.
According to a press release from its headquarters in Yaounde, the organisation is packing out as from Tuesday August 3.
This is coming 8 months after government authorities in the North West region put an end to the organisation, saying it is assisting separatists.
But the operations coordinator for central Africa says they are trying to dialogue with authorities to withdraw the decision.
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