Nigeria and the UN have announced that more than 15000 Southern Cameroonians are seeking refuge in Nigeria, the BBC has reported.
The people of the two dominantly English-speaking regions of Cameroon are fleeing from government's brutality in the wake of the Anglophone crisis. Clashes between government forces and Ambazonian separatists have intensified lately.
Apparently the Biya administration is unwilling to bring peace in the regions. The people of Southern Cameroons are yet to know where their abducted leaders are.
'Mr Sisiku, president of the Federal Republic of Ambazonia', and several others were kidnapped last Friday in Nigeria. International pressure for their unconditional release is yet to yield any fruit, as Biya and Buhari remain adamant.
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