Cameroon bans ‘opposition’ English-language TV channel

30 August 2017
“SCBC, or the Southern Cameroons Broadcasting Corporation, airs programmes about the history and culture of the Anglophone region, as well as interviews with exiled lawyers and documentaries about human rights abuses in Cameroon, a BBC correspondent says.
Communications Minister Issa Tchiroma accused the channel of broadcasting seditious and hateful programmes, adding that it is being used as a propaganda tool for an outlawed political movement.
SCBC programme co-ordinator Raymond Sama told the BBC’s Focus on Africa that the ban would be used to “terrorise our people”, adding that he did not recognise the authority of the government.
The government has tried and failed to persuade the South African authorities to stop SCBC broadcasts.”
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