Friday, February fourteenth, the   UN says at least 22 people have been killed in a village in the Northwest region of Cameroon. Over half of those killed were children. No one has claimed responsibility for Friday’s incident but the opposition parties blame the killing on the government.

Violence in Southern Cameroon: The end is yet to come

The escalating violence in the southern part of Cameroon is attracting a lot of concern from states that had been silent since the crisis broke out. Canada is not the least on this list;

Thousand of Cameroonians have been killed and tens of thousands displaced. Many children and families are homeless, families are separated, careers truncated, the education of southern Cameroonian youth is far from reach.

The government is exercising its military prowess, the "anglophone resistance force" is retaliating and unprotected civilians are caught up in the web.

The question is why is no one fixing this humanitarian crisis?

Why are the government officials living happily with their families but have refused to the unite others shouldn't? Look at what tyranny has caused.

When some patriots speak out against the government reactions, they are silenced. When journalists reveal the fact they are cracked down. it is time for the international community to stand up and prevent further loss of human lives instead of focusing on signing economical deals with Cameroon.

It is painful to lose a loved one, it is equally painful to know how many people are suffering currently and it most painful know that solution has not been reached since late 2016.


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