Race To Etoudi: Presidential Aspirant Maurice Kamto Boycotts Interview, Says Vision 4 Creates Division Among Anglophone Cameroonians 

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By Arrey Bate

Presidential aspirant, Maurice Kamto  has choosed to boycott Vision 4 TV after turning down a show he was invited for. This is how Kamto chides the media: 

A journalist from Vision 4 Television channel had contacted my communications team on Monday September 10, requesting that I participate in a talk show.

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I would like to inform the public that I will not be participating again in any program from the said channel because Vision 4 promotes division and hatred among Cameroonians, particularly against innocent English speaking Cameroonian population trapped between secessionist activities and security forces.

My decision is in line with Republican values which the channel editorial lines does not respect and consequently isn’t aware of it’s disastrous consequences.” Kamto wrote elaborately on his Facebook page. 

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