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Dion Ngute delegation face-face disgruntled Cameroonians in South Africa, meeting disrupted

Cameroonians in South Africa have invaded the venue of a planned meeting scheduled by the Dion Ngute led delegation to South Africa, reports say. 
While at the Cameroon embassy in South Africa, their visit was cut short by disgruntled Cameroonians who requested that the Minister and his team should travel back home and ensure that the government release all those in detention instead of engaging in diplomatic missions to convince Cameroonians in the diaspora to support the views of the ruling party CPDM.
According to, there was total chaos at the Cameroon Embassy in South Africa when angry Cameroonians forced their way into the embassy, brought down the Embassy gate, and chanted songs of freedom while marching into the hall where the meeting was scheduled to take place. 
They also destroyed food set aside for refreshment after the meeting, and told the minister to go back home and seek dialogue as a genuine step to normalise the situation in Anglophone Cameroon.
It is reported that the meeting ended in a fiasco and Dion Ngute had to flee from the venue, after being unable to resist the mounting anger and pressure from Cameroonians.
Dion Ngute and his team travelled to South Africa with the objective of explaining to Cameroonians based in the country the problem plaguing the two Anglophone regions of Cameroon.

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