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A few days before the unity holiday, which is also the national holiday (Friday), the new president of the Bishops’ Conference in Cameroon launches an appeal for peace in the country. Elected earlier this month, Bishop Andrew Nkea sent a massage to the faithful this weekend on the occasion of the Feast of Our Lady of Fatima.

Bishop Andrew Nkea is well aware of the crisis in the English-speaking regions as he is also the Archbishop of Bamenda, the northwestern capital. He answered Christina Okellofrom the Africa editorial office.

“We have been going through this crisis for five years and we are tired of it. Everyone is waiting for peace. It is also a call to all who listen to the Archbishop to open their hearts to be reconciled. That is the main message I gave. We continue to preach and this time I hope many listen.We started talking about dialogue, including dialogue, we also continue to talk so that people lay down their arms.Weapons can not solve this problem.We talk about ceasefire, that people put down their weapons … but we must insist on this inclusive dialogue.

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In his speech, Bishop Andrew Nkea also called for the release of the ruling party’s senator, Regina Mundi, kidnapped two weeks ago by suspected separatists. Elected from the CPDM, she was abducted on Saturday, April 30, in English-speaking Cameroon by the separatist movement Ambazonia. In a protest video earlier this month: his prisoner demands that prisoners be released in exchange for his release.

In his speech, Bishop Andrew Nkea also called for the release of the ruling party’s senator, Regina Mundi, who was abducted two weeks ago by suspected separatists.

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