Sunday, September 1, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: here is Cardinal Tumi's proposals to Dion Ngute

He said he was ready to participate in the dialogue for the return of peace in the English-speaking regions. 

Since the beginning of the Anglophone crisis, Cardinal Christian Tumi, Archbishop Emeritus, has not slept much. The proof is his meeting on Thursday, August 29 with the head of the government. Cardinal Christian Tumi led a delegation of 13 people.

On the menu of exchanges with Joseph Dion Ngute, the return to peace in the English-speaking regions of the country. Including North West and South West. To do this, all declared to the head of the government their willingness to work for a return of peace.

Ways and means to overcome the crisis

For example, Reverend Fonki Samuel Forba announced the preparation of a 400-page document. A document on ways and means of a way out of crisis according to the moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon.

The initiative was welcomed by the Prime Minister. He even called it patriotic.Joseph Dion Ngouté took the opportunity to give crucial information to his guests.The Head of State is currently working on holding the inclusive dialogue announced.

On the back to school, Christian Tumi and the rest of the delegation refuse to sit idly by. They proposed to conduct an intensive campaign for the resumption of classes in the English-speaking part of the country.

In recent years, separatist groups have fought against the Cameroonian armed forces in the English-speaking areas. The English-speaking minority, representing 20% ​​of the population, felt marginalized by the central government for decades.

Excluded from the national political scene, Anglophones also feel economically disadvantaged. A dynamic sector. As a reminder, the Anglophone crisis was triggered by the corporatist demands of teachers and lawyers in 2016. According to the United Nations, more than 530,000 people have been internally displaced. At least 300 soldiers killed in clashes with separatists, according to the Cameroonian army. The new deaths that occur every day add to the heavy toll of this conflict.