American Lawmakers Speak Out On Cameroon As Lawyer’s Trial Looms
American lawmakers speak out on Cameroon as lawyer’s trial looms
Two American lawmakers are the latest to raise their voices in concern over the escalating crisis in Cameroon and the impact on the Anglophone community.
Representatives André Carson and Jackie Walorski — both from the U.S. state of Indiana, but with vastly different political views from opposing parties — have issued statements calling for government accountability and an end to the political crisis.
Carson, a Muslim and African-American Democrat, is the outgoing chair of the Congressional Cameroon Caucus. As such, he is “deeply disturbed by the recent reports that protests over perceived marginalization of Cameroon’s Anglophone population have resulted in …