National Times (Yaounde) – The current conflict in the Anglophone region has caused extreme pain, anguish, and despair, not just on Cameroon, but also on the greater Central and West African regions. As violence and aggression continue on both sides, avenues to resolve the crises are dying up, but that is because the one country that can turn the tables on this conflict is yet to use its power.
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