The Anglophone crisis is taking an alarming proportions rattling national and international community and human rights defenders.
As Shocking reports of dozens of youths killed on Friday by the country’s military has drawn national and international condemnation, with many now wondering what next.
The carnage which is now sadly called the “Pinyin massacre” as the home town of the country’s chief opposition party leader suffers the highest single day casualty in the ongoing crazy war, many are now beginning to ask many questions as the ugly taste of war draws ever closer to home for everyone
Amidst the multiple questions is who is sponsoring the so called Ambazonian movement?
The man suspected of funding the movement, an American billionaire financier George Soros has reacted.
In a tweet accompanying a story on his open society organization website with the headlined “where are the missing 47”, the controversial billionaire who has been accused for fuelling troubles in the past especially in his native Hungary and Macedonia accused Cameroon’s giant neighbor Nigeria for breaching international law by sending back Sessekou and co to Yaoundé after their arrest
A vicious conflict in Cameroon has led to thousands fleeing for Nigeria, which may have breached international law when it sent back a group of political asylum seekers and refugees. https://t.co/7fWA8J8sQl
— George Soros (@georgesoros) May 27, 2018
“A vicious conflict in Cameroon has led to thousands fleeing for Nigeria, which may have breached international law when it sent back a group of political asylum seekers and refugees.” Soros tweets as he sadly describes the conflict which has left many death and many more displaced
Soros has not denied or accepted claims that he is funding the movement which seeks to divide the country by fighting for independence for the English speaking regions of the country.
Most villages and town in the restive Anglophone regions as high profile officials are being kidnapped on a daily basis for rebel forces.
The international community and right groups have called on the government to initiate genuine and urgent dialogue with the leaders of the movement while the government insists it won’t dialogue with those who wants to divide the country.
On the 17th of May, the US Ambassador to the country Peter Barlerin drew the ire of the government when he accused the country’s army of “targeted killings and burning down of villages” by security officials in a statement which angers authorities in Yaoundé
Who is George Soros?
Soros is a Hungarian-American investor, business magnate, philanthropist, political activist and author.
Soros is one of the world’s most successful investors. As of February 2018, Soros had a net worth of $8 billion,after donating $18 billion to his philanthropic agency, Open Society Foundations