Bamenda: Consortium and Ad Hoc Committe meeting intensive but not productive 1

The meeting grouping members of the Ad Hoc Committee and the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium currently going in Bamenda has reportedly been intensive but not productive. Members have withdrawn for a coffee break.

Tassang Wilfred and Lucas Tasi Ntang from the teachers’ trade unionists have presented elaborate papers on the need for federated states so as to well preserve the Anglophone system of education. The teachers’ trade unions have presented an 18 point memorandum and only three have been deliberated upon. Discussions will resume in 30 minutes.

The leaders, it should be noted haven’t walked out of the hall yet. The government Ministers are only interested in seeing the reopening of schools in Southern Cameroons. (This item is still developing)