The Catholic Religious authorities of Cameroon have decided to go on a 9-day prayer session to ask for God's intervention in the crisis that are plaguing the English speaking Regions of the country.
The program started on 11 May and will be ending on 20 May 2018 as indicated by the Archbishop of Douala, Samuel Kleda.
"Christ has done everything, so that we live together as Christians and get to know whom he is" the president of the National Episcopal conference said.
In a report published on 26 April 2018, the international crisis group (ICG) said that the catholic church could play a key role in the solving of the Anglophone crisis
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