Cameroon elections marked by boycott and violence
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Legislative and municipal elections were held in Cameroon on Sunday 9 February. In some English-speaking communities, the elections were marked by a low turnout and sporadic gunshots.
Prior to the polls, separatists had called on locals to boycott the elections and also imposed a one week lockdown in their attempt to disrupt the exercise.
Correspondent Alphonse Tebeck sent this report from Bamenda.
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