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Cameroonians light up Social Media with #EndAnglophoneCrisis

With the #EndAphoneCrisis trend on Social Media, Cameroonians will hope it forces the stakeholders to come to a compromise for peace to be restored in the Northwest and the Southwest Regions.

Cameroonians storm social media with #EndAnglophoneCrisis www.theafricanstand.com


(The African Stand) — After the outcry of Cameroonians on the media with the #EndPhoneTax, Cameroonians, particularly are focusing on the resolution of the Anglophone crisis, Mimi Mefo Info reports.

The crisis has been going on for more than 4 years, and despite the outcry from the local international community, a much-trumpeted inclusive dialogue is yet to take place.

With the #EndAphoneCrisis trend on Social Media, Cameroonians will hope it forces the stakeholders to come to a compromise for peace to be restored in the Northwest and the Southwest Regions.

Over three thousand people have been killed and over one million others displaced within and out of the country.

Wandukwa Henry

Written by Wandukwa Henry

Wandukwa Henry is a graduate from the University of Nairobi with a Bachelor of Computer Science and now he is an African Stand correspondent covering the East African region.

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