Friday, 25 November 2016

Anglophone Lawyers/Teachers Strike - Prime Minister Yang puts SCNC out of the negotiation table in Bamenda

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Prime Minister  Philemon Yang


Report says Prime Minister Philemon Yang is presently in Bamenda, the Regional capital of the North West Region, holding peace talks with the Common Law Lawyers Representatives, Anglophone Teachers Representatives and officials of the Educational and the Justice  sectors, on the problems plaguing these sectors.

The meeting that is holding at the  Ayaba Hotel, will be a forum for the Prime Minister, to address if not all, but at least most of  the issues of the Anglophone community in Cameroon.

Religious authorities like Bishop Cornelius Fontem Esua of the Bamenda Ecclesiastical Province and Rev. Samuel Fonki Forba, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, were among those invited for the meeting, including some political actors.

However, the Southern Cameroons National Council SCNC, spearheading the liberation of the anglophones from the wicked grip of the French speaking 83 years old leader are no where on the negotiation table, meaning that whatever resolutions decided during the meeting, will be partial solution for just a particular group of people, with the main issue of Federalism  untouched.

Our HTL reporter is in Bamenda, and we shall be bringing you every detail subsequently.

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