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UN offers to help Biya respect human rights in Cameroon

The United Nations has offered to help Cameroon improve in the respect and protection of human rights in Cameroon.

This is the major outcome of the audience granted the UN Human Rights High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet on Friday by the Head of State Paul Biya.

Both personalities discussed on the human rights situation in the country and how they can work together as partners to improve on it.

“We discussed ways through which the United Nations can help in the protection and respect of human rights,” Michelle Bachelet said.

Without giving much out, the Head of State Paul Biya said they discussed on peace, security, development and human rights.

The UN diplomat’s visit comes after several damning reports by international non governmental organisations on the human rights situation in Cameroon.


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