Cameroon: Scared Cameroonians Flee From English-Speaking Regions Ahead of Sundays Polls

Bamenda — Economic activity is at a standstill in Northwest and Southwest Cameroon, as separatist fighters have imposed a travel ban and vowed that local and parliamentary elections set for Sunday will not take place.  Civilians say they do not believe the government will be able to protect them from separatists who have been abducting candidates, election officials and people found with voters cards.

Peter Nanji,  a 54-year-old teacher, is driving out of Bamenda with his wife and three…

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