Anglophone crisis: CACSC Suspends Ghost Town, Strike Continues
In a Press briefing on the situation on the ground after a meeting grouping the leaders which ended late Monday, the leaders observed with satisfaction that the ghost town was very effective in all corners of the regions. They called on activities to come back to normalcy in all sectors except schools and Courts.
The Press release partly read, “The Consortium is extremely thankful to all West Cameroonians-from Penda Mboko to Alou; from Santa to Abongshie; from Furawa to Idenau; from Mamfe, Widikum, Kumba, Kumbo, Mundemba, Buea to Muyuka, Jakiri, Mutengene,Tiko,Fondung,Victoria, Bamenda and Nkambe; we appreciate everyone who felt concerned.
Leaders of the Consortium say schools will remain closed until “The people of West Cameroon are given satisfactory solutions to the problems of exclusion, marginalization, abuse, infrastructural development, employment and the safeguard or guarantee of protection from our government.”
The Consortium in their release equally called on all ‘West Cameroonians’ to go to church on Sunday January 15 and pray to God, thank him for the successful fight so far.