Teachers and Lawyers Issue a combined statement
Anglophone Teachers and Lawyers yesterday 6th December issued a combined statement as the strike continues- CALLING FOR A RETURN TO TWO STATE FEDERATION.
Below is the statement
Note that the strike is still going on and there could be no GCE in 2017- Francophones or Anglophones.
This is the people’s struggle and the struggle is for the collective survival of Anglophone Cameroon. Many anglophones wanted the teachers and lawyers to issue a combined statement. They just did. The teachers and lawyers are in the lead here and naturally we are bound to follow their lead. This is what will happen.
1. The strike continues until the government calls a constitutional conference to map the way ahead.
2. No schools and courts in the NW and SW regions will be open.
3. No exams be it university or high school exams. Any exams already taken could be a waste of resources.
4. No graduation ceremony for any university in SW and NW
5. There would be no GCE exams. This is the extreme case and the catch. This means that Francophones who are studying now thinking they will take the exams is just a waste of time.