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The Us Ignores Biya's Condolence message asks Cameroon Government to Respect Human Rights in Relation to Recent Killings| Fab-book






The United States government yesterday 4th October 2017 reacted to the recent killings in the North west and South West regions which started after October 1 2017.

White house spokesperson, Heather Nauert, issued a firm statement most probably after receiving the letter Cameroon's president Biya penned to President Donald Trump October 4. In his letter Biya sent condolences to the American people for the Las Vegas Shooting that took place just a few days back.

Read also: Paul Biya writes to Trump over ‘horrible’ Las Vegas shooting

The whitehouse spokesperson expressed the US' concern their concerns about the violence used on citizens by government, to restrict free expression and peaceful assembly

The Statement reads: "The United States is deeply concerned about violence and the loss of human life in protests that have taken place in the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon since October 1. The Cameroonian government’s use of force to restrict free expression and peaceful assembly, and violence by protestors, are unacceptable. We urge the Government of Cameroon to respect human rights and freedom of expression, including access to the internet. We call on all sides to exercise restraint from further violence, and engage in dialogue for a peaceful, durable resolution."








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