Cameroon Denies Seeking External Help Over Anglophone Separatists

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Cameroon’s government says it has not asked any country to mediate its conflict with Anglophone separatists.

According to the Cameroonian government, it has not entrusted any foreign country or external entity with any role of mediator to settle the crisis.

This is apparently denying a statement from Canada that it had been assigned to work on a peace process.

Canada’s foreign ministry said it had accepted a mandate to facilitate a peace process between Cameroonian authorities and some separatist factions in English-speaking regions to resolve a conflict that has gone on since 2017.

Written by: Helen Obih

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