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    Monday, 2 October 2017

    Double Face UN Condemns Oct. 1 Killings In Southern Cameroons

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    The United Nations have made another Press statement, after that of  28th September, calling for refrain from violence on both parties, ahead of the BLACK October 1, that was marred with bloodshed of unarmed protesters.

    The government did not respect UN's statement that was criticized of its unclear nature, and UN's failure to call Black; BLACK.

    In their recent statement, the UN says they are 'deeply concerned about the situation in Cameroon and strongly condemns the acts of violence reported in the South-West and North-West regions of the country on 1 October.'


    Read the statement below:

    Further to his statement of 28 September, the Secretary-General remains deeply concerned about the situation in Cameroon and strongly condemns the acts of violence reported in the South-West and North-West regions of the country on 1 October, including reported loss of life. He calls on the Cameroonian authorities to investigate these incidents and urges political leaders on both sides to appeal to their followers to refrain from any further acts of violence, and to unequivocally condemn all actions that undermine the peace, stability and unity of the country.

    The Secretary-General takes note of the calls by the authorities for dialogue and encourages representatives of the Anglophone community to seize the opportunity in their quest for solutions to the community’s grievances, within the framework of the Cameroonian constitution.
    The Secretary-General reiterates the support of the United Nations for such efforts, through the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA).

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