Cameroon's Anglophone separatist conflict hits economy hard

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In Cameroon’s English-speaking regions, an armed conflict pitting separatists against security forces has been going on for more than two years. Hundreds of people have been killed and hundreds of thousands more forced to flee. The conflict is now affecting the country’s economy. Vast plantations have been left to rot, workers have lost their livelihoods and Cameroon’s exports are in decline. Our correspondents report.

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4 thoughts on “Cameroon's Anglophone separatist conflict hits economy hard”

  1. This reoprt is crap
    The question is why they had to work if they get no money
    This question is not answered
    Do you think its normal to use them as slaves?
    Who cares if they use millions when they do not pay the workers any way
    And they wannt billions now? Haha
    They destroyed the land for a banana monoculture used the people as slaves and after all they want billions
    You can feel happy if they dont chop you

  2. These are all greedy workers. Women and Children have been murdered in cold blood by the Biya blood sucker regime simply because they had a peaceful match. Yet Biya has refused to address the plight of the Anglophones.

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