Cameroon's Biya Says Tensions Abated, Opposition Disagrees

President Paul Biya in a televised address to the youths said tensions in the English-speaking regions that began more than a year ago have abated. Presidential hopeful, Cabral Libii,  say he had expected Biya to call for reconciliation but feels that he instead gave the impression all was well and launched his campaign for this year's presidential election.

  • Cameroon:   Threats to Peace Have Eased - Biya

    VOA, 12 February 2018

    Cameroon President Paul Biya has addressed his countrymen, saying tensions in the English-speaking regions that began more than a year ago have abated. Biya also congratulated his… Read more »

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