Cameroon – Anglophone Problem: In Buea, Prime Minister Philemon Yang says NO to federalism

Written by Deckson N.

Bongo square, the grandstand of Buea sheltered yesterday Tuesday December 6, 2016 a meeting of the militants of the RDPC coming from the four corners of the Region of the Southwest.

This total mobilization under the coordination of the Central Committee of the Fiery Flame Party was intended to solemnly declare the position of the ruling party on the anglophone demands and mood manifestations that paralyze activities in the English-speaking part of the country for several days.

Three delegates from the Yaounde thirty-year regime spoke on this occasion: Jean Nkueté, the Secretary General of the CPDM Central Committee, Senator Peter Mafany Musonge and Prime Minister Philemon Yang, who was the only one of the three, draped in a gandoura And a white hat with the effigy of Paul Biya, national president CPDM.

Faced with the audience, Jean Nkueté chose the angle of the strike of the students of the University of Buea to raise the awareness of the local population. A strike that was violently mitigated by the forces of order and whose shocking images made the tour of the world through the social networks.

For the boss of the RDPC administration, the social networks amplified what exactly happened. He accused the enemies of the power to want, from abroad, to take advantage of the tensions in Buea and Bamenda to destabilize the country. He closed his statement by asking the local population not to take the risk of confronting the defense and security forces.

The Senator, former Prime Minister, first reassured the public before inviting lawyers, students and teachers to end their strike.

Philemon Yang, the Head of Government, has tackled the issue of returning to federalism to say that this claim is totally rejected by Yaounde. After Buea, the Prime Minister and the Secretary General of the CPDM are announced tomorrow Thursday, December 8, 2016 in the city of Bamenda, in the North West Region, for a similar meeting.

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Deckson N.

  • jatto aicie

    These fellows forget one thing – they are in office as civil SERVANTS not civil lords and masters! They are there to represent the people. That means they work to give the people what the people want! They don’t tell us what to do!

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