Sunday, 6 August 2017

SDF Moves Over To The Popular Side, Gives Five Conditions For School Resumption

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Ni John Fru Ndi, Chairman of Cameroon's main opposition party the Social Democratic Front (SDF), has listened to the critics and voices of the population, and is now on the popular side, and has given FIVE MAJOR conditions to be fulfilled by Biya before classes resumes in the two anglophone Regions of the country.

In a letter circulating online and signed by Ni John, the Biya's regime must:

  1.  Resolve teachers' grievances.
  2. Release all arrested.
  3. Demilitarize Ambazonia.
  4. Bring back Mr. Tassang and Mr. Eyambe and all those who fled.
  5. Stop further arrests and punishments.
and engage in frank dialogue, before schools open their doors in the regions.

Read the letter below:

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