Monday, December 30, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: here is the external support of the Ambazonians

While Cameroon and its sincere partners were committed to resolving the crisis in these two regions, other actors and institutions tried to impose their approach.

We finally saw these hands, invisible at the start. They attempted to intrude on the process of returning to peace in the North West and South West regions. Through resolutions, declarations, pressures or simply blackmail. The European Parliament was not far from this line of “injunctions with blackmail”, to use the words of the Minister of Communication, René Emmanuel Sadi. The European institution, by means of a resolution, had directed "gratuitous assertions and unfounded recriminations, against the Cameroonian authorities and the defense and security forces". 

This, while all energies were deployed for stability in the North West and South West regions. The government therefore condemned this attempt to interfere in the internal affairs of Cameroon. The Minister of External Relations, Lejeune Mbella Mbella, faced with the heads of diplomatic mission and international organizations accredited in Yaoundé, reiterated it vehemently on June 28, 2019. The portal for Cameroonians in Belgium (@ camer.be). Alongside the Cameroonian government, the Pan-African Parliament through the voice of its president. Roger Nkodo Dang, had indicated that this step was inadmissible in diplomacy. Later, he concluded on two points: “The first point is the destabilization of a country on the African continent, I think it is Cameroon. The second point,

The Senate and the National Assembly of Cameroon had also stepped up to castigate these steps vis-à-vis a sovereign state.


Source: Camer.be