[BREAKING NEWS]: BENJAMIN MOUKANDJIO (captain of the Lions) CALLS THE GOVERNMENT TO FIX THE ANGLOPHONE CRISES

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Benjamin Moukadjo (Captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon)

The captain of the indomitable Lions who has to lead his team up to the finals African Cup of Nations 2017 Gabon wishes to see all the Cameroonians united behind him and his teammates as they challenge the Pharoahs of  Egypt today 5th.

During a pre-Cameroon-Egypt press conference, the captain of the indomitable Lions Benjamin Moukandjo, passed a message to the Cameroonian population. He calls, in particular, the appeasement in the English-speaking Regions of the country which have experienced violent demonstrations in recent weeks. ” It is true that at the moment our country is experiencing small disturbances, but we, as footballers, try to give all our effort to people and I think that throughout this campaign, these people have supported us, They shared with us strong bonds … Strongly, we wish that these tensions subside, that everything returns in order. This is the message that I wanted to pass today and tomorrow, I want this whole country to be united and united in pushing us towards victory, “he said. The clash between Cameroon-Egypt is a remake of the finals of 1986 and 2008 is scheduled to start at 8 pm at the Stadium of the Friendship of Libreville. The Lions will try to take their revenge on the Pharaohs who have always beaten them at this stage of the competition.

Now how will the message reach millions of Anglophones residing in the regions of North West and South West when the government has suspended their internet connection indefinitely. We hope he is not silenced for voicing out his opinions like they did our previous Miss Cameroon. Since the crises, we’ve experienced a lot of unjustified arrest of prominent figures.

Now we all feel confident and strong, we wish them all our best “ALLEZ LES LION”

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