Separatist commander killed in Cameroon troubled region

Separatist commander killed in Cameroon troubled region
Paul Biya
Separatist commander killed in Cameroon troubled region
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The Cameroon Army has said that one of the major separatist commanders, known as Obi, was among five insurgents killed in Owe, a locality in South-West, one of the two troubled Anglophone regions of Cameroon.

Obi’s death was confirmed by Kingsley Ashu, a separatist leader in a Facebook post.

Meanwhile, security reports aver that, Obi was a key commander of the separatist and his physical elimination could prove a major blow to the rebels in Cameroon’s South-West region.

The country’s army had since beefed up security in the restive English-speaking regions of North-West and South-West as separatists prepared to celebrate the third independence anniversary on Tuesday.

On Oct. 1, 2017, separatists, who had been clashing with government forces, symbolically declared the “independence” of the two regions from the majority French-speaking Cameroon and had been celebrating the day since then.

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A national dialogue opened on Monday in the capital, Yaounde, to end the separatist conflict that had killed hundreds and displaced over 530,000 internally. 

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