7, May 2017
The so-called May 20th National Day has never been so threatened as this year following the Anglophone uprising. Correspondingly, Prime Minister Philemon Yang reportedly fighting for his political identity and survival is in the Bamenda province of Southern Cameroons. The Head of Government of La Republique du Cameroun traveled to Bamenda like a thief in the night and has been working tirelessly to counter the announced boycott of the national day celebration.
Our senior political commentator opined that this is going to be Philemon Yang’s last journey to Southern Cameroons. The boycott action was launched by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium backed by a majority of Southern Cameroonians who have denounced for seven months, the marginalization of West Cameroon by the Francophone political elites headed by the 84 year old dictator, Paul Biya.
Philemon Yang has been dishing out hush money to the leadership of the ruling CPDM crime syndicate to massively participate during 20 May 2017 celebrations. During a meeting with local leaders of the ruling party from the seven divisions in the Bamenda province, Yang accompanied by MPs, mayors, North West cabinet ministers and traditional authorities admitted that the goal of this mobilization was to make every effort to ensure the success of the national day.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium has stressed that ghost town operations will continue tomorrow Monday the 8th of May 2017. The Consortium has also called on Southern Cameroonians to completely boycott the 20th May festivities.
By Sama Ernest
Cameroon Concord News