This study investigated the impact of the Anglophone crisis in Cameroon on the development of the two affected regions. The study adopted the exploratory research design. Data was collected from the field through observations and correspondent with communities as well as newspaper and online news reports. A survey was also conducted and it collated the responses of some 20 participants who observed that they have been affected by the crisis. They largely pointed out that the crisis has impeded development efforts in the region in the infrastructure, education and socio-economic domains. The findings revealed that the Anglophone crisis, has caused a development gap in the affected regions as people have been displaced, lives lost, businesses closed down, developmental projects abandoned.
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