The Nigerian government has denied the allegation that she has an influence of violence over the Anglophone struggle of Cameroon which began in November 2016.
Cameroon’s president Biya early this week received Nigerian High Commissioner, Lawan Abba Gashagar who denied any influence from his country on the constant violence that the North West and South West regions of Cameroon have experienced for over 13 months.
Lawan Abba Gashagar as special envoy from Nigeria’s president also conveyed a peace message to the presidency and affirmed that they offer no support to the fast growing “secessionist movement”.
Mr. Lawan said his country wished that Cameroon experience the peace and serenity which has always existed.
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