Ndukong Godlove aka Jovi Lemonstre has remarked that Anglophones in Cameroon are often all considered to be separatists, without any forethought.
Jovi in a series of posts early today, decried the phenomenon, stating that “Not everyone living in that region is part of the group.”
Citing a 2015 dinner with Francophone acquaintances, he said he shared with them news of a relative shot in the head. What followed, he said, was an expression of joy, with one of the ladies actually calling the said relative, an Ambazonian.
“She told me that he got what he deserved and she said she must have been an Ambazonian,” Jovi stated.
He went on: “I am advising anyone who has talent and a promising career from my region to go to another country especially if you are still young [or] You will waste your youthful years like I almost did with mine.”
The Anglophone Crisis which started in 2016 morphed into an armed conflict in 2017, and has forced hundreds of thousands of English-speaking Cameroonians into the French parts of the country.
There have been testimonies of how, some Anglophones in French regions, are not feeling at home.
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