Cameroon's Separatist Leader Will Talk Peace - With UN Backing

Sisiku Ayuk Tabe,  the leader of the quest for an independent Ambazonia in Anglophone Cameroon, has outlined his terms for dialogue with the Yaounde government in a letter from his prison cell. Ayuk Tabe and nine members of his de facto cabinet have heard from their lawyers that their appeal against a conviction for terrorism and incitement has been postponed to April 16.

Unrest has been continuing in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon.


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