Agbor Nkongho in Germany on Anglophone Crisis

On 28 November 2018, Human Rights Lawyer and President of the Centre for Human Rights & Democracy in Africa, @AgborNkonghoF was in Berlin, Germany, on @dwnews from 19:30 (Berlin time) talking about the ongoing crisis in Anglophone Cameroon.

In this interview with Deutsche Welle TV, human rights activist Barrister Agbor Nkongho, explains how the peaceful protests of Anglophone laywers and teachers ultimately degenerated into an armed insurgency.

“We have about a thousand Anglophones in jail; we have half a million Internally Displaced Persons; 50,000 refugees in Nigeria; More than 140 villages that have been burned down by government officials; What started as a civil protest…has degenerated into an armed struggle.”

– Agbor Nkongho

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