The Chairman of the SDF thinks that it is necessary to fear for a conflagration if the President of the Republic does not solve as quickly as possible the problems posed by the populations.
An exceptional meeting of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Social Democratic Front (SDF) was held last weekend in Bamenda. A meeting between executives of the main opposition party in Cameroon after the violent riots observed a few hours rather in the chief town of the Northwest Region. As always, the work was chaired by Ni John Fru Ndi himself.
At the end of the meeting, the SDF Chairman replied to some questions from the reporter of La Nouvelle Expression (LNE). An interview appeared in the newspaper columns on the newsstand on December 12, 2016.
“Following the events in Bamenda, I found that policemen and gendarmes are more vandal than those that the administration often calls vandals … we support the demands of teachers and lawyers who ask only teachers who can teach in English Subjects like physics, chemistry, mathematics, and lawyers who ask for the Anglo-Saxon judicial system, “says Fru Ndi.
He subsequently rebelled against the attitude of some members of the Government. Notably Paul Atanga Nji, who in his opinion insulted the demonstrators instead of listening to them. An attitude of provocation, which in the opinion of Fru Ndi put oil on the fire. “I am glad that these children have shown them that there is an anglophone problem,” says the historical opponent to Paul Biya.
Fru Ndi and his party condemn “with the last energy the killings and repeated assaults on our children by the forces of order“. He therefore called on the President of the Republic to resolve the problems posed by the population as soon as possible. “If these problems persist until next year, it could be dangerous for our country,” he said.