As a guest on BBC, Maurice Kamto reveals why he has never been to the North West and South West regions since the crisis began.

While in the USA, the president of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM), Maurice Kamto was guest on the BBC channel.

The unsuccessful presidential candidate of 2018 raised several points including the English-speaking crisis.

He was asked about his absence in the North West and South West since the start of the crisis. Maurice Kamto justifies himself by citing security reasons.

He returns the ball to the government camp which also avoids going to the scenes of humanitarian dramas in the English-speaking area.

“Do you have any examples where political leaders or the government itself could go into the field and count the number of dead said Maurice Kamto who specifies that all relate to the data of journalists, non-

governmental organizations and the ‘army’.

Maurice Kamto unveiled on the British channel his strategy restore peace to the NOSO ravaged by war since 2016.

He declared that he “would have united Cameroonians in the framework of an inclusive dialogue, including representatives of secessionists, those who have been sentenced to life in prison recently, and those of the

diaspora. ”

The English-speaking crisis has left more than 500,000 displaced and more than 3,000 dead.

Before polling day, the separatists who make the law in the anglophone of Cameroon established several days of lockdown.

Violent acts were recorded in several localities on the day of the vote.

Army convoys were attacked in the small village of Bafut where no polling station was opened.

Mass media have announced the neutralization by the army of seven  separatists in other localities in the English-speaking area.

The CRM of Maurice Kamto refused to participate in the legislative and municipal elections of February 9, 2020.

He demanded, among other things, the reform of the electoral system and the cessation of the war in

the North West and South West regions of Cameroon.