On 20 January, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly revealed that her government had been mandated to play the role of facilitator in the conflict that has been bloodying Cameroon’s North West and South West – two regions with an Anglophone majority – since 2017. Four days later, however, the Cameroonian authorities denied having entrusted this role to any country. What really happened?
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