The Co-ordinator General of the Co-ordinating Unit of Associations of Persons with Disabilities (CUAPWD) North West Region, says the crisis in Anglophone Cameroon has made life unbearable for persons with disabilities.
Education has been one of the most affected sectors in Cameroon, since the outset of the ongoing Anglophone secessionist conflict in 2016.
The Senior Divisional Officer of Meme, Ntou’ou Ndong Chamberlin has imposed a two-day lockdown in his division.
Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda have urged separatist fighters and leaders in the diaspora to let children in Anglophone Cameroon return to school.
There has been chaos in the town of Bamenda, after secessionist fighters reportedly fired several rounds to enforce an emergency ghost town.