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Cameroon – Anglophone Problem: “The President told me to go and bring back all those who want to leave us” Garga Haman Adji

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Written by Deckson N.

The President of the Alliance for Democracy and Progress (ADD) revealed the contents of his exchange with Paul Biya during the New Year Wish ceremony.

On January 6, 2017, the President of the Republic opened the official season for New Year’s wishes in Cameroon. Paul Biya has indeed received the wishes of the diplomatic corps accredited to Yaounde and the national constituted bodies.

The opportunity for the Head of State to exchange with personalities who do not always have the opportunity to have a tete-a-tete. This is the case of Garga Haman Adji. Member of the National Anti-Corruption Commission, the National President of the Alliance for Democracy and Progress (ADD) exchanged words with the Cameroonian number 1.

Asked by the CRTV after the New year wishes about the content of the exchanges, the former Minister of Civil Service did not want to make any mystery: “The President told me to go to Bamenda and bring back all those who want to leave. And, I promised to do it, “said Garga Haman Adji.

The opponent refers to the Anglophone crisis and the willingness displayed by some, including members of the Southern Cameroon National Council (SCNC) to obtain secession. Already in his recent speech at the end of the year, Paul Biya responded by saying that Cameroon is one and will remain indivisible. He had, however, mentioned the creation of a dialogue committee. The release of Garga Haman Adji demonstrates that the subject preoccupies the current tenant of the Palace of Etoudi.

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