“If There Must Be A Way Forward, The Government Must First Recognise That We Are Human Beings”- Hon. Wirba 

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Following recent happenings in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon (especially the North West), outspoken Jakiri parliamentarian, Joseph Wirba granted an interview to the BBC on which he gave a vivid explanation on the state of affairs and the recent Jakiri killings. 

Wirba also analyses the number of those affected by the crisis, gives the government a prerogative for peace and the way forward.

Listen to his complete interview below …

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