Thursday, 12 January 2017

Consortium briefs Cameroon Bishops on the Anglophone Crisis

We all know that the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Leaders met with the Cameroon Bishops in Mamfe yesterday January 11, 2017, and our antennas are high up waiting for the outcome or feedback.

The Roman Catholic Bishops who are attending the Annual National Episcopal conference in the Manyu Central town of Mamfe invited the Anglophone Civil Society Leaders to their meeting, so that they could be briefed on the actual cause of the anglophone crisis.

The Consortium leaders explained to the leaders of the men in cassock how the anglophones are being marginalized, and how government has refused to address the numerous grievances the anglophones had raised in the past.

The Bishops listened to our men with dismayed, and thanked them for responding to their call.

The Consortium guys left Mamfe contented, and traveled back to Bamenda, where the teachers will be meeting the Ghogomu-led ad hoc committee this morning.

On-like reports from online sources, there was 'no dialogue deadlock', because the  Bishops were not in any dialogue with the Consortium. They only wanted to be briefed on  the issues at hand.

There was also no pressure on school resumption or attempt of wrist twisting the current strike actions as reported by the online sources.

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