Cameroon Military Rubbishes Amnesty Reports on Abuse

Military spokesperson colonel Didier Badjeck has accused Amnesty International of "demonizing" the army in its new report saying the state as any other state in the world has the right of legitimate defense. The Amnesty report accused both the military and separatists fighting for the independence of the English speaking region of using "unnecessary and excessive force".


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