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Anglophone crisis: CRTV starts 'special programme to update audience '

State-run CRTV has begun a programme to update its audience on happenings concerning Southern Cameroons, especially the Anglophone crisis.

The programme began on Monday, and is meant to give 'the right information about the crisis'.


The propaganda machine of the Biya regime believes that much of what it calls false information is being spread about the crisis.

CRTV, according to analysts, is no longer a point of reference for the Anglophone crisis.

It has always tried to paint a different picture of the situation at hand to please Biya and his men, it's said.

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