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Cameroon: PAP indicts gov’t, propose solutions to Anglophone crisis

Ayah Paul and Agbor Balla in tight embrace, few days after release from jail ©All rights reserved

The Popular Action Party, PAP says they have impeached the government of Cameroon to the African Commission for Human and People’s Rights at Banjul for unlawful arrest and detention of their President, AYAH Paul Abine.

In a release dated August 30, 2017, Akoson Raymond, PAP’s Secretary General states that the party is seeking F CFA 100 Billion as damages.

In the release, the party equally outlined a series of solutions government should undertake in order to resolve the crisis which has grounded socio-economic activities for some months now in English speaking Cameroon.

According to the party, all persons arrested and currently being incarcerated should unconditionally be released. It equally notes that reparations must be paid to all families whose loved ones have been killed, those uncounted for and all those who have gone through dehumanising conditions in detention centres.

Going by PAP, all persons who were forced into exile must be allowed to return without fear of being arrested.

PAP also exhorted government to demilitarise the two English speaking regions of the country and organise constructive dialogue between leaders of English speaking extraction and government of Cameroon around the root cause of the problem.


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