Parts of Cameroon have been gripped by unrest since activists stepped up their campaign for independence in 2016.

The clashes have been in the mainly English-speaking North-West and South West regions.

Activists claim the country’s French-speaking majority is marginalising the English-speaking minority.

BBC’s Africa Security Correspondent Tomi Oladipo explores the growing conflict

Video journalist: Michael Onyiego

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