Movement in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions remains restricted following deadly unrest Sunday as activists took to the streets demanding independence. Local media report as many as a dozen people were gunned down by security forces.
An uneasy calm reigned Monday in Bamenda, a city of a half million in northwestern Cameroon.
Reverend Edward Njini said just a handful of people came to his morning service.
"A few people came for worship and then we read the...