COVID-19 Brings Out Cameroon Govt's Ugly Side - Rights Body

Rights group Human Rights Watch says while several other governments are calling on its citizens to pull together and help one another, Cameroon's ruling party is using the pandemic to settle scores and punish the opposition. This after volunteers for Survival Initiative, a fundraising initiative launched by opposition leader Maurice Kamto to respond to the health emergency, were arrested while handing out protective masks and sanitizing gel for free to people in the capital.

L'opposant Maurice Kamto (à gauche) souhaite dialoguer avec le président Paul Biya (à droite)

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