Cameroon crisis: ‘Federalism is the solution,’ says opposition leader Maurice Kamto
04 February 2020 | 8:05 am
During his three-day trip to Paris, Kamto opened up to DW's Mimi Mefo about his plans to boycott the upcoming election and his concern over the deteriorating situation in Cameroon's Anglophone region.
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