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The activists say the lockdown is in solidarity with their imprisoned members by the government of President Paul Biya in power for almost four decades.
Chris Anu, the US-based spokesman of the self-proclaimed Ambazonia secessionists said there would be no movement in the Anglophone areas for nine days.
He spoke to Voice of America in Washington D.C. from Houston in Texas.
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