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Anglophones Express Amazing Resilience as Government Slaps 10 Separatists with Life in Prison

National Times – Citizens in Cameroon’s restive Anglophone regions are surprisingly confident of continuing their daily routines even as a military court slapped 10 separatist leaders with life in prison.

The decision is expected to worsen the already volatile region, and cripple normal life. But that is not what many Anglophones living in the region, who spoke to National Times said.

“We will overcome this challenging times. We have been through this before. We know things may get worse, but Anglophones are strong and resilient people, we will go through this times”, Delphine, one Anglophone in Kumba in the South west region of Cameroon who refused to give her family’s name told National Times.

“We are more concerned about the effects of this decision on the back to school campaign. I think it will harden the separatist position. They will intensify their fight. I don’t think there is any way children will go back to school” Sylvester in Bamenda told one of our journalists.

Citizens in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon have often been seen as victims of the conflict. However, those who spoke to National Times told us they are adapting quite successfully, and think this crisis are just a phase in the region’s rich history.

“My family and I have accepted the situation. We will not let this destroy our lives. We still go our farms, although it is not safe. We harvest good, and come back. The fact that this hasn’t prevented us from going on with out daily life, yes things have changed, but we have changed too, is what is very important to me” Dorothy told us.

A military court in Cameroon’s capital city of Yaounde today pronounced its verdict in a long running case against 10 leaders of the separatist movement who were arrested in Abuja in Nigeria. The court sentence all the 10 accused to life imprisonment according to local media sources.

“Before this war started, I use to live without any business. But since the war started I have found a business. I sell basic food stuff like rice, oil and kerosene because some of the sellers fled the region. We are suffering, but we did not give up, and we will not let these situation determine our lives”, Andreas another citizen in Kumba told National Times.

 

Do you know of people who have managed to adapt to the instability please contact us if you want to share your story

 

 

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