Cameroonian authorities are happy that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been rearrested by their Nigerian counterparts, a special envoy from the West African country who visited President Muhammadu Buhari congratulated Nigeria on the feat. Apparently, Cameroon is also battling with separatist agitations, especially in the English-speaking parts of the country. The Cameroonian government has congratulated Nigeria over the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra(IPOB). Felix Mbayu, a special envoy from President Paul Biya of Cameroon, congratulated Nigeria when he was received by President Mohammadu Buhari on Tuesday, July 13. Buhari said that Nigeria is looking forward to a situation in which the country would not be available for the Ambazonian movement to destabilize Cameroon. However, Femi Adesina said that the Cameroonian leader also lamented that some people are taking advantage of the crisis in the two-speaking part of Cameroon to break the country apart. Unfailingly, the statement noted that Nigeria would offer the best support possible to ensure that the Republic of Cameroon remains an indivisible country.
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