Saturday, December 28, 2019

Refuses to go to the Noso, here is the gesture of Michele Ndoki to the Ambazonians

MRC lawyer and activist Michele Ndoki thinks of the victims of the English-speaking crisis. On her Twitter account, she posted images of her latest release with the following text:

“Children of my Earth, as part of the Loum Land Of Hope project which works to improve the lives of internally displaced children from NOSO in Loum I was able to visit a makeshift boarding school and meet men & women committed to training our enthusiastic youth studying. " 

Michelè Ndoki had dominated the Cameroonian press by publicly refusing to visit the Northwest and Southwest Cameroon to invite the belligerents to allow weapons.

Asked about the possibility of going to English-speaking Cameroon to spread the message of peace at the invitation of Paul Biya, Michel Ndoki categorically rejected the offer. 

"It is not for me to take a personal place in the resolution of a conflict," she said. Relaunched by the journalist who reminds her that she promises peace in this part of Cameroon, Michel Ndoki replies: "What I would like is for Mr. Paul Biya, Dion Ngute, all the parliamentarians to listen to their compatriots who today are carrying a challenge. This is what I want. I don't want to go and talk about peace in villages that have been decimated. It has already been done, it has not solved the problem. ”