27, January 2017
The leadership of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has announced that ghost town operations will continue on Monday the 30th and Tuesday the 31st of January 2017. The Consortium has called on all its operation managers within and out of Southern Cameroons to resist the Francophone oppressors with more intense ferocity.
Cameroon Concord News gathered that Southern Cameroonians guided by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium have resolved to continue their civil disobedience campaign against the current Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime. This comes after more than a 1000 desperate attempts at bribing some teachers in the Consortium to call off the strikes.
Last night on al jazeera news channel, the ruling CPDM crime syndicate got Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, former cabinet minister who presently has no constituent base in his native Kupe Muanenguba and who’s only power comes because of his friendship with some local Francophone political elites at the International Relations Institute, IRIC to try to sell the outrageous decision to shut down internet services in Anglophone Cameroon.
A majority of the Francophone political elites are overwhelmed by the sheer number of Southern Cameroonians who are now demanding an independent Southern Cameroons state. The mass civil disobedience campaign is expected to last for a month. However, the interim leaders of the Consortium are considering an indefinite extension of the ghost town activity.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has gotten the backing of all Southern Cameroon groups for the total and complete boycott of the so-called 11th of February celebrations. Inside sources say the Consortium is also planning a massive boycott of the Guinness Mount Cameroon Race. Southern Cameroonians have been told to make sure that parents, students, lawyers, okada riders, teachers and the business community all adhere to the leadership of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium.
The strike actions including the ghost town have been successful on all counts and day-by-day; the Biya Francophone administrative authority is not only being suspended throughout West Cameroon but also eroded. On Monday the 30th of January 2017, Southern Cameroonians will continue their civil disobedience campaign and all academic institutions will remain closed.
The interim leaders say the Consortium will stop at nothing to make sure that all Anglophone demands are met. “The longer the Yaoundé regime ignores us and the more arrest and extra judicial killings in our territory, the more means we will use to get what we deserve.”
By Chi Prudence Asong