- Feb 18, 2020
Just hours after a bishop in Cameroon’s volatile North West region called for an end to the ongoing civil conflict, two priests were kidnapped.
A leading Cameroonian archbishop has called for an end of violence in the Anglophone areas of the country, so that the children can go to school.
As a separatist uprising in Cameroon enters its fourth year, Cardinal Christian Tumi is calling for a federal system to end the crisis and keep the country unified.
Schools in Cameroon’s troubled Anglophone regions need to re-open at the beginning of the school year, according to the country’s only cardinal.
After spending 12 hours in captivity, Cameroonian Archbishop Cornelius Fontem Esua of Bamenda says he gave his captors rosaries and copies of the Bible.
A military response will not solve the ongoing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon, says a spokesman for the local Catholic Church.