Media reporters have gone wild that in French Cameroun that President Paul Biya has issued international arrest warrants against some 15 unnamed Anglophone activists.
According to reports from Le Jour Newspaper and other leading French Language News paper, the international warrants have been dispatched already for the various diplomatic missions to scrupulously carry out the President’s instructions to the letter.
The international arrest warrants, the media reporters further sustain, have been triggered by the lingering Anglophone Crisis.
Even though Le Jour Newspaper and the others have not categorically state exactly when the warrants were issued, they however suggest that the plans were immediately hatched after the pro-independence peaceful demonstrations in major cities of the North West and South West Regions on September 22 and October 1, 2017.
The warrants, according to our findings, were supposedly issued after some Government officials held talks with some anonymous Western nations. Though the suspects have not been named, rumours hold that the Southern Cameroons’ Governing Council (SCACUF) President' Sissiku Julius and Tassang Wilfred are on the list.