- Jan 21, 2021
Archbishop Andrew Nkea of Bamenda says Cameroon’s long-running Anglophone crisis could continue for decades.
Preaching a message of peace in a conflict-ridden region, Archbishop Andrew Fuanya Nkea took over the Archdiocese of Bamenda in Cameroon on Feb. 22.
Catholic prelates are leading two “peace caravans” to inform the people of Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions of the resolutions of the Oct. 29-Nov.4 “Major National Dialogue” aimed at ending a secessionist rebellion in the country.
A survey conducted by religious leaders ahead of Cameroon’s Sept. 30- Oct. 4 “Major National Dialogue” has indicated the severity of the nation’s Anglophone crisis, according to the country’s sole Catholic cardinal.
A murdered priest is the center of dispute between the Cameroon government and a local bishop, who claims the cleric was shot down by the military.
According to German Cardinal Reinhard Marx, this month’s gathering of bishops at the Vatican is not a “Synod on Sexuality.”