Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Atanga Nji gives NGOs 60 days ultimatum to file their annual activity report

The Minister of Territorial Administration specifies that these are the reports for the years 2017-2018, 2018-2020, which are awaited.

Paul Atanga Nji the Minister of Territorial Administration (Minat) has just given 60 days to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) which are present in Cameroon, for the filing of their annual activity report. The 60 days must be counted from the date of March 9, 2020. Date of the press conference held in Yaoundé. It should be noted that the NGOs concerned by the request are Human Rights Watch, Amnesty international, Crisis international group and the Network of Human Rights Defenders in Central Africa (Redhac). 

During the same conference, still speaking of the NGOs, the Minat declared that they received more than 5 billion each to tarnish the image of the Defense and Security Forces, also the action of the government. “The conspiracy of certain NGOs against Cameroon is now ripped up. The government has irrefutable evidence of collusion between certain NGOs and terrorists in #Noso, ”adds Paul Atanga Nji.

Also Minister Atanga Nji asks these non-governmental organizations to seize the offer of peace of the Head of State, which according to him remains of topicality. He also invites them to sensitize the secessionists to leave the bush instead and to seize the opportunities offered to them.