Sunday, September 29, 2019

Ambazonians from the diaspora want to meet Sisiku Ayuk Tabe

One of the "Ambazonia" separatist activists in the diaspora met with the Cameroonian delegation sent on a mission to convince the diaspora to participate in the national dialogue.

Eric Tataw, an activist living in the United States, spoke separately with Bishop Mamfe Bishop Andrew Nkea and Senator Charles Mbella Moki.

During the meeting, he reiterated that he was not opposed to dialogue and would only participate in the national dialogue after consulting, Julius Ayuk Tabe.

The activist said that Yaoundé's choice for dialogue makes it impossible for Diaspora activists to participate, as well as the choice of Prime Minister (a Biya pro), which makes the process more or less transparent and credible.

As a reminder, the great national dialogue begins this Monday, September 30 to Friday, October 4 at the conference center of Yaounde.