Cameroon Separatists Allegedly Abduct Election Candidates

The government is promising to free at least 40 candidates for parliament and local councils elections slated for February 2020. Separatist fighters in western Cameroon are allegedly trying to derail the elections in the region.

 

 

 

Women protest in Bamenda, Cameroon, in response to the attack on the Presbyterian School of Science and Technology on September 3, 2018, where six students were abducted.

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