Cameroon Government wants more activists arrested

The Government of Cameroon has asked for the arrest and repartriation of thirteen separatist activists in the diaspora.


In a 23-page emergency humanitarian assistance plan released on Wednesday, the Government of Cameroon accused these persons of fueling the violence in the two English-speaking regions of the country.

The government accused them of carrying out sustained campaigns to spread fear, hatred and violence through social

“Many of the people inciting the population to hatred and violence are based abroad: Mark Bara, alias Bareta (Belgium), Ayaba Cho Lucas (Norway), Tapang Ivo Tanku, Akwanga Ebenezer, Dereck Mbongo, Nsoh Nkem Foncha, Chris Anu and Yinkfu Nsangong (United Stated of America), Shey Kaavi Wo Melim (Austria), Akoson Pauline Diale and her husband Akoson Raymond and Brado Etchu Tabenyang (Nigeria), John Mbah Akuro and Larry Eyong (South Africa),” the government said in the 23-page document.