Christopher Lamora most recently served as the Deputy Chief of Mission/Chargé d’Affaires U.S. Embassy Accra, Ghana, and Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Central Africa and African Security Affairs from September 2017 to May 2018. In this capacity, he was also the senior U.S. representative to the International Contact Group for the Great Lakes region of Africa. He was previously the Director of the Office of Central African Affairs and, before that, Deputy Director of the Office of African Economic and Regional Affairs.
Chris has worked in and on Africa throughout his 27-year Foreign Service career, including early assignments in Cameroon and the Central African Republic and as desk officer for the Democratic Republic of the Congo. As a Foreign Policy (Pearson) Fellow in the U.S. Senate from 2007-08, Chris led the work of Senator Richard Durbin of Illinois on conflict minerals, the Trafficking Victims Prevention Reauthorization Act, and the Child Soldiers Prevention Act.
A Human right expert is what we need in Cameroon right now, someone who understands how terrorist gangs like ambazonia terrorists operate and who will be able to better understand what the Anglophone regions of Cameroon are going through, the beheadings and torture and kidnapping for ransoms that ambazonia terrorists are comitting in NW and SW regions. It is about time the USA realises that they have allowed their country to be used as a safe haven for ambazonia terrorists to launch deadly attacks on our poor people of the NW and SW regions of Cameroon. The USA must act to arrest all those inciting and propagating violence in Cameroon through social media.
Just imagine a situation, if the tables were turned upside down – What if there was an American citizen living in Cameroon, and sponsoring the killings of Americans inside the USA. What would you do?