English-speakers mobilize to end their marginalization in Cameroon » Buea ghost town

Streets void of usual traffic on a typical “ghost town” day in Buea, one of the chief towns in Anglophone Cameroon. (Cameroon Daily Journal)

Streets void of usual traffic on a typical “ghost town” day in Buea, one of the chief towns in Anglophone Cameroon.

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