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Biya regime: 'Southern Cameroons not militarized'

The Biya administration has claimed that Southern Cameroons is not militarised.

State broadcaster CRTV reported on Monday that local administrators had declared there was no militarisation of their land, adding that life was going on smoothly.

This comes at a time when some observers believe that armed men outnumber civilians in Southern Cameroons.


And it may sound absurd to pundits that with the growing violence in Southern cameroons, it's still not militarized.

A few weeks ago, it was reported that thousands of military and paramilitary personnel had been deployed in Southern cameroons .

Contrary to this claims by state run TV, the areas is witnessing a mass exodus of mothers and their children into neigbouring Nigeria.On Monday December 4th 2017, over

6000 mothers and children fleeing from the terror crossed over from Manyu county into the  border village of Amanda in Cross River, Nigeria.

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