Tuesday, September 11, 2018

ANGLOPHONE CRISIS: ATANGA NJI TO SECESSIONISTS "KEEP QUIET, YOU WILL BE HUNTED DOWN UNTIL YOUR LAST ENTRENCHMENT"


For the Cameroonian Minister of Territorial Administration, secessionist terrorists who are in the bush and continue to perpetuate the climate of hatred and fear will all be hunted down.

Paul Atanga Nji was the guest of the newspaper of 13 hours, Monday, September 10, 2018 on national radio Crtv.

The opportunity for the boss of the Territorial Administration to reaffirm his firmness vis-à-vis English-speaking separatists who, for over a year have taken up arms and thus paralyzing activities in the Southwest and Northeast regions.

"We say once again that troublemakers, terrorists who are in the bush and continue to perpetuate the climate of hatred and fear, that they keep quiet, they will chase to their last entrenchments," says -t it. And to continue "Nothing can justify atrocities that are happening"

Appointed at the beginning of March following a minor cabinet reshuffle, Paul Atanga Nji is one of the personalities who are credited with having denied the existence of the Anglophone crisis.

Asked about the climate of instability in these regions just weeks before the presidential election, Minister Paul Atnaga Nji will be very optimistic.

"The Head of State has instructed us to put the necessary mechanisms in place to ensure that the process is secure and that even the candidates for the election benefit from safe supervision. The elections will be held in the 360 ​​districts of Cameroon, "he reassures