Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Cameroonians In The Diaspora Wants The Heads Of Minister Issa Tchiroma And Governor Okalia Bilai On Wooden Platters

Cameroonians in the diaspora says Minister Issa Tchiroma Bakary and Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai of the South West Region should resign, following their calls for genocide on the anglophone people. This decision is one of the many resolutions from the Forum of Cameroonians in the diaspora, that took place over the weekend of Oct 13th - 15th 2017 in Paris - France.

The Forum that held under the theme "Strategies and organization of Cameroonian diaspora for a sustainable contribution to socio-political change in Cameroon" was attended by Cameroonians all over the diaspora, militating for change in the country, just like Rev. Fr. Ludovic Lado(Jesuit Priest), Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh, Abel Elimbi Lobe, Enoh Meyomesse, Barrister Felix Nkogho Agbor Balla, Cabral Libi and many others.

Among the principal resolutions taken during this Forum, was the call for the resignation of Minister Issa Tchiroma and Governor Bernard Okalia Bilai, who are accused of "hatred and genocide call against the anglophone people."

Participants also launch a call to the government not to organise any election until they have provided a permanent solution to the anglophone crisis. They equally launched a call for an emergency national dialogue which will be 'unconditional and inclusive."

Finally, they also made a worldwide to all Cameroonians in diaspora, to join in the Oct. 21st manifestation, in support and solidarity for the fight carried out by the population of the North West and South West Regions of the country.

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