The MP of the CPDM was in front of the press last Thursday to evoke the situation in the English-speaking Regions of the country.
However, without condoning the recent riots in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West Region, the elected representative explained that Anglophones want to preserve their culture. For him, Francophone culture with its corollaries (administrative slowness and tolerance, etc.) is a brake to the development of Cameroon.
To argue, Martin Oyono thinks that “if decentralization had taken place since 1996, the regions would have been formed of elected regional councils. The Government would therefore have decentralized resources and resources.”
Twenty years after its adoption, decentralization remained lying on paper. It is this non-application of the constitution that is at the origin of the phenomena lived in the English-speaking Regions, says the MP. “And not only the Northwest is concerned, everyone is waiting for decentralization, and I believe there is still time to do it to prove to our populations that we respect our constitution and that we want the Development of our country, “he continues.