Cameroon: Government Clamps Down on Separatist Activities

On the anniversary of the reunification of Anglophone and Francophone Cameroon, Fojrega (Fr) remembers Daniel Fonkoua, a member of the SCNC (an anglophone separatist group), who disappeared last September after state security forces raided his house. This anniversary, anglophone separatists hoisted their flag in several villages in the English-speaking region of Cameroon, despite heavy police presence. Radio stations were formally ordered not to report on SCNC activities and one journalist was allegedly tortured.

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