The Rise in Rights violations/abuses in Cameroon’s Anglophone Regions, the Neglected armed conflict. The #UN Role


The United Nations owes now the primary responsibility to finding solution to the Anglophone Problem in Cameroon. This is because ALL efforts are yielding no fruits and people keep on being killed. The #UN75 with it’s global ambition towards dialogue for the interest of humanity should not be undermined by its officials. We are in the 21st Century and we need not to regret in future for minor things we are aware of solutions.

There is an upsurge in human rights violations/abuses with devastating consequences. Within the Anglophone Armed conflict we know, there are crisis developing within the armed conflict that are far more dangerous than the face of the conflict.

The crisis between families who are pro-separatists and families who are pro-Cameroon government is a call for concern. The settling of long hatred links and increase tensions between tribal dispute put us in a dilemma.

We should not wait to look for other regrettable names to christened the consequences of our negligence as we once fetched for names in the case of Rwanda and other nations. This is the 21st Century and we ought to learn from the past to correct the now and future.

Should we not do something today for the interest of justice in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon and for the interest of humanity, the existence of the United Nations will seems unfriendly to our very existence in this miserable time for us the youths. More than 3000 persons killed during the Anglophone Armed Conflict with youths constituting more than 90% of the death is unacceptable in the 21century.

#UN we call you to act now, be pro-active in resolving conflicts before escalation. The Anglophone Armed Conflict is getting out of hand. Better act now!!!

Berinyuy Cajetan, Rights activists

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