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André Carson Dec 6
Very concerned about the crisis in . The English-speaking minority is being attacked & displaced for their language and background. Before it gets worse, the international community must push for an end to violence, protection of human rights, and fair, open elections.
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Jeffrey Smith Dec 9
Frustrating when alarms are raised about impending crises like and . We organized delegations to DC from both over 2 years to galvanize action from U.S. officials. Meetings always polite and media attention secured, but actionable appeals ignored. Now, here we are.
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Eng.Nsanyuy 10h
The government of is busy creating commissions and committees while innocent Cameroonians are being killed and their property razed to ashes everyday. , ,
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Mimi237 Dec 8
US senators write to the Secretary of State regarding the worsening situation in . Will Paul Biya’s friends finally hold him accountable for brutal crimes committed against the minority English speaking population? .
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Adedayo Akanbi 16h
Oluwashina Okeleji @ oluwashina Dec 7 Replying to 5 Obagoal Obafemi Martins (18 goals in 42) Explosive pace. Wanted by (they even named him in a squad list🤣), but scored a sensational individual goal & created two...
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Israel Ayongwa Dec 7
Chaos! This video is said to be flow of traffic on the Douala - Yaounde highway. What is supposed to be a one-way carriageway has bike drivers going in the opposite direction. In a way, this is how the country is governed.
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Johny King 9h
Replying to @acureport
’s president Paul Biya is thriving to consolidate peace among different communities in Cameroon. He is accompagnied in his struggle by western powers. Biya may not be the best president we know, but he is at least very strong in diplomacy.
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🇨🇲 Le Miki Dec 8
Thought of the day. "Okrika suit no di come with trouser" Think about it... © MCpassion
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Inner City Press Dec 9
IMF's tells FTN countries coming to IMF for loans are like gambling addict to whom no other family member will lend anymore but IMF will, with conditions. Hmm. & how does this apply to loans to while Biya kills people? Still waiting for answers
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Billy Burton Dec 2
To hold myself accountable- I'm producing a video to draw attention to the . It will be neutral, honest and will be designed to be spread far and wide on social media. I hope to have it done by Christmas.
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Peter Tah Dec 6
(ian) soldiers said to have killed at least 6 civilians in precisely in a village called Meluf. Eye witnesses are recounting that there was indiscriminate shooting by the soldiers who also razed houses in a busy market square in the village.
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Emmys 14h
Nothing has change in both regions why is the president still quiet?
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Michael W. Twitty 2h
they had never seen a camera before! So excited!
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Valery T M 10h
Happening Now in Jakiri, Bui Division, NW region women and children are fleeing into bushes as soldiers stormed the area
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Inner City Press 6h
Qs: On , why did the UN of do so little when Biya cut the Internet to Anglophones? And why is Inner City Press which asked him barred from today's UN event moderated by , who's said she'll put such Qs to panel?
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Ambazonia Redemption Dec 8
An aged man pulled out of his house & shot dead by French military. A daily occurrence in Anglophone Cameroon. These're the so called Terrorists claims to be killing in Intl community especially sg remains silent
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Bee Hill Dec 9
govt fake humanitarian mission exposed as the IDPs are reported to be family members of govt officials.
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Rusty 15h
Replying to @UN_Cameroon
I guess these humans from anglophone have no rights since you've decided to be mute on these atrocities perpetrated on them by government forces.
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FIRE 9h
What do higher education stakeholders in think about ? E. A. Eta and J. A. Vuban have some answers in "Educational Borrowing in the Cameroonian System:"
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Sam Mariwa 11h
France to , "oppression is not a solution to the anglophone crisis." Will the blood thirsty octogenarian kleptocrats and dictator in listen? and his military has committed war crimes in .
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