Paddy Asanga, one of the participants in the just ended national dialogue has been arrested and detained at SED in Yaounde, Cameroon’s capital.
Bishops of the Ecclesiastical Province of Bamenda have lauded the efforts of Cameroon’s Head of State, Paul Biya, in the organisation of a resent dialogue to resolve the ongoing Anglophone armed conflict.
The President of the Now Movement, Barrister Akere Muna has castigated the ongoing national dialogue summoned by President Paul Biya to resolve the Anglophone armed conflict. In a media release signed on October 1, 2019, the lawyer cum politician regretted that some key actors of the dialog
Ladies and gentlemen, I stand before you today deeply concerned about the future of this country. Our duty here is no secret. We are here to dialogue and provide a credible, acceptable and timebound response to a conflict. We are here, regrettably without the non-state armed groups who are a party to the conflict we seek to resolve through this process.
A student in the University of Bamenda’s College of Technology (COLTECH) says his dream in future is to construct a good structure in the restive Bafut subdivision of the North West region, where locals can forget the sufferings caused by the Anglophone armed conflict.