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UN condemns mass killings, kidnappings in crisis stricken Cameroon

UN condemns mass killings, kidnappings in crisis stricken Cameroon

The United Nations human rights wing has condemned mass killings and abductions currently going on in Cameroon's English speaking regions. Ravina Shamdasani, spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner on Human Rights, said in a statement on Tuesday: The UN regularly receive reports of abductions, reportedly carried out by armed secessionist…

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Crackdown on peaceful protesters: Is it necessary?

  • Atanga Nji

    Minister of Territorial Administration
    Yes

    Public manifestations have therefore to respect the prescriptions of the law. The administration has thus far shown proof to tolerance. But I must tell you that we will henceforth not tolerate any disorder.
    All attempts to disrupt public order will be handled with all firmness. Perpetrators likewise those they would have incited into joining them will have to answer before competent judicial institutions.

  • Kah Walla

    Political Activist
    No

    It simply shows that the country is operating total illegality. People have a right to protest. Many don't realize abuses occurring in these situations.
    Yesterday one person was arrested simply for wearing MRC t-shirt. He was >5 km from the march!
    Today, one our militant,Grace is arrested for bringing refreshments to detainees. If we let this go on, we'll be arrested for breathing!

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