Since the beginning of the crisis in the North-West and South-West regions of Cameroon, social media have been the place where most people made their voices heard – be it to stand for the population of the two anglophone regions, to support the army or simply to give information about the evolution of the conflict.READ MORE
Important to recall that Madobe, formerly allied Shabaabies, flew to power in Kismayo on the wings of the KDF and above the objections of the Somali government. Under his watch, both senior KDF folks and Shabaabies have continued to prosper from the illegal charcoal trade. twitter.com/HarunMar…
Questions: If one refuses to answer the "tribe" question (or any other question for that matter), will they risk a Sh500,000 fine? Will the enumerators take down your name or any details that can be used to identify you? standardmedia.co.ke/… pic.twitter.com/3WZc…
My interview on @SABCNewsOnline yesterday, the cure must be cured, reforms are MUST, human rights abuses must STOP, genuine dialogue needed. @edmnangagwa @crisiscoalition @TabaniMoyo @NewsDayZimbabwe @SADC_News @SAPSN2003 @nelsonchamisa @DrNkuSibanda youtu.be/kk35DedUkfU
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