Cameroonians head for the polls this weekend against the backdrop of the armed conflict that broke out in October 2017 in the country’s Anglophone North West and South West regions.
Elections to the legislature and to local municipalities have been postponed twice. The last ones were held in September 2013.
In 2018 presidential elections were held which saw President Paul Biya win another seven-year term. But the poll was heavily contested, and resulted in an escalation of the violence which persists.
To read the full article online click here.