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Anglophone crisis:'Commonwealth SG in Southern Cameroons'

The secretary general of the Commonwealth of Nations is reportedly in Buea where she will address the people.

Patricia Scotland is highly expected to make a speech at the Buea City Hall on Friday.

The visiting secretary general held talks on Thursday with main opposition leader John Fru Ndi , outlawed consortium leader Barrister Agbor Nkongho, and others.

She has also met with President Biya, who has reportedly fed her with 'very biased information.'

Some Ambazonians believe that her visit to Buea would be meaningless if she doesn't hold talks with Chief Justice Ayah Paul Abine, Honorable Joseph Wirba, and Mola Njoh Litumbe.

It's thanks to Southern Cameroons that La Republique du Cameroun is a member of the Commonwealth.

It would have been a complete waste of time for Patricia Scotland to leave Cameroon without visiting Ambaland, especially with the prevailing unrest therein.

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