A nation divided: tensions mount in Cameroon as English speakers marginalised by Francophone majority
By Adrian Blomfield, nairobi
March 18 2017 3:25PM
“To be born an English speaker in a world where the language remains the lingua franca of trade and diplomacy is normally to draw first prize in the linguistic lottery of life.
But in one corner of Africa, having English as a mother tongue has proved a curse thanks to a colonial anomaly that left a seething Anglophone underclass in a slither of overwhelmingly French-speaking Cameroon.”
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