Dozens of people have been injured in a bomb blast in the English-speaking city of Buea in Cameroon.
According to Report, this was reported by local media. The attack was reportedly organized by separatists in the area of the exhibition.
Dozens of people were injured in a terrorist attack involving an improvised explosive device. The injured were hospitalized. The exact number is not disclosed.
The Buea Ghost Fighters claimed responsibility for the attack.
The protests in the country began in 2016 after the government appointed non-English-speaking teachers and judges to English-speaking schools and courts in the southern and northwestern regions.
Separatist groups have declared English an official language, announcing the creation of a symbolic state called Ambazonia.
According to the latest information, at least 3,000 people were killed in clashes between the army and separatists during the English-language crisis, 679,000 people were internally displaced and 40,000 were refugees.