Episode 578 The Trouble in Cameroon

Dr. Mukete Tahle Itoe is a judge in Cameroon and the leader of a humanitarian organization that seeks to provide security for the refugees and migrants in his country. There are over 700,000 internally displaced persons there, victims of the violence that has been going on since 2017 as a result of the “Ambazonian” separatist movement of English-speaking citizens. Some 80 percent of Cameroonians speak French and have created a unitary system of government that is opposed by the English-speaking 20 percent. Itoe himself is seeking harmony, not secession, and wants the situation in his country to be better-known in the rest of the world.


Mukete Tahle Itoe


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