Online campaign to free journalist Patrice Nganang in Cameroon

English speakers in Cameroon are demanding an end to what they say is discrimination by the French-speaking majority.

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    English speakers in Cameroon are demanding an end to what they say is discrimination by the French-speaking majority.

    In the latest development of the country's conflict, an online campaign has been launched in a bid to free journalist Patrice Nganang, who has been jailed after criticising the government in Cameroon.

    Al Jazeera's Leah Harding reports.


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