Quick Item on Cameroon’s Protests

Yesterday Cameroonian activists held protests against President Paul Biya, but according to one report security forces quickly suppressed the demonstrations. Cameroon saw widespread protests against Biya in 2008.

Cameroonian activist Kah Walla describes her own experience over at Dibussi Tande’s blog.

Here is a video allegedly showing Cameroonian police beating a protester:

Finally, for those interested in Africa’s protests generally, check out this awesome piece from Al Jazeera (h/t Nate).

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