Consortium announces plans to stifle 11th of February Youth Day celebrations 0

The interim leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium have in a statement announced that steps aimed at intensifying the strike actions and the civil disobedience campaign throughout Southern Cameroons. Mark Bareta and Tapang Ivo observed in the press release that the coming week is going to be the most important in the Southern Cameroons struggle.

The leaders also reminded Southern Cameroonians to start sending text messages and making phone calls to love ones back home informing them of the new changes on the resistance plan of action. The modifications made public by the interim leaders include the following:

1- Monday the 6th of February 2017: Ghost Town Operations observed in West Cameroon

2-Friday the 10th of February 2017: Ghost Town Operations continue throughout West Cameroon

3-Saturday the 11th of February 2017: Massive Ghost Town Operation including a total and complete boycott of the so-called 11 of February Youth Day Celebrations.

The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium is asking Southern Cameroonians to keep their faith in the struggle and not be distracted by the failed politics and policies of some pro Paul Biya political elites. Schools will remained closed and dialogue will only begin with La Republique du Cameroun if all Anglophone detainees are released and justice for those killed by troops in Buea, Bamenda, Kumba and Kumbo.

By Sonne Peter