Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: Do Not Respect ‘Ghost Town’, Bamenda Government Delegate Tells Traders

Par Wilson MUSA | Cameroon-Info.Net
DOUALA - 15-Mar-2017   43750 7
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Muana Oli   22017-03-16 00:19
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Comment ça a pu arriver alors que Bamenda est hautement militarisé?
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Man Tara   02017-03-15 20:44
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Africa is growing thousands of these kinds of groups.
Because, the governments are too busy trying to hang on to power, veryfew people care.
In cameroon, the government thinks negotiation will bring better sentiments to hungry, Ruthless criminals. Which is one big pipe dream.
For those people every succesful operation embolden their resolve for extortion.
Even though these so-called "anglophones" have not taken hold in Cameroon, the softness of government actions will eventually make it difficult to wipe them out.
Tuer le mouvement dans l'ouf est la seule solution.

Do we need groups like theses operating within our nation? They are merciless.
https://www.sofmag.com/pirates-face-push-back-on-the-high-seas/

There has never been an "anglophone problem". This people are going to create one
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Man Tara   02017-03-15 20:04
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Africa is growing thousands of these kinds of groups.
Because, the governments are too busy trying to hang on to power, veryfew people care.
In cameroon, the government thinks negotiation will bring better sentiments to hungry, Ruthless criminals. Which is one big pipe dream.
For those people every succesful operation embolden their resolve for extortion.
Even though these so-called "anglophones" have not taken hold in Cameroon, the softness of government actions will eventually make it difficult to wipe them out.
Tuer le mouvement dans l'ouf est la seule solution.

Do we need groups like theses operating within our nation? They are merciless.
https://www.sofmag.com/pirates-face-push-back-on-the-high-seas/

There has never been an "anglophone problem". This people are going to create one
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Finesse   182017-03-15 13:52
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When a neocolonial puppet calls for the population to disrespect a ghost town action , you already know where power rests. You cannot foll the people all the time.
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Adama@dialo   212017-03-15 13:36
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that is how you satanic of la republic burn our market for our people not to respect ghost town
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Adama@dialo   222017-03-15 13:32
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Breaking News Breaking News
This is a poor food market with no toilet in bamenda town whom la republic sing in the whole news paper that the market was burn by strike people of which the whole bamenda town is being surrender by police?
Thank God for given us direct infos about the incident from Bamenda,The poor bamenda market which people sell to hide rain and sun was burn down by the same la republic du cameroun agent who burn down Dr Agbor Balla car in Buea; to sabotage southern Cameroon struggle for freedom.so that population will kick against the struggle .and also to charge hight for our leader ..but la republic don lie e self bcs our root be strong for down. Can you imagine the whole bamenda town is that how the market was support to be .travel out of country and see the type of market other president is building to their citizen .i call that food market a place to hide sun and rain to sell with no toilet
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Stoph   182017-03-15 10:42
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Nyamfukah. You are against ghost town, that is is right. Are you against the torture and the hauling of your people to Kondengui? In a good country you will not have been there in the first place lording it over an elected Mayor. Thank your creator.
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Vincent Ndumu, Government Delegate Bamenda City Council Wilson MUSA
The Government Delegate to the Bamenda City Council, Vincent NDUMU NJI, has urged traders in Bamenda major markets nit to respect ghost town days but to go about their usual activities.

He made the call Tuesday March 14, 2017 at the City Council hall during a crisis meeting held to discuss way forward after a fire incident ravaged close to 60 shops in the market.

According to Vincent NDUMU, ghost town is helping to paralyze activities of traders who are supposed to be preoccupied on how to expand their businesses. He also urged all traders to send their children to school and forget about school boycott because they are putting the education of their children on the balance.

The Bamenda Government Delegate during the meeting reiterated that the fire incident was perpetrated by those people who do not want children to go back to school. His suspicion is based on tracks which are said to have been circulated Monday warning traders who continue to boycott ghost town days.

To Vincent NDUMU people should not be obeying leaders they cannot see. He said if the Government had succeeded to take Bakassi from Nigeria, defeat Boko Haram, then it would be able to track down perpetrators of the act.

During the enlarged meeting with victims of the fire incident and market Masters of some major markets, Vincent NDUMU NJI promised that the burnt shops will be reconstructed within three months and that the new ones will be modernized.

The fire incident occurred early Tuesday ravaging about 60 shops, it was only contained by army rescue unit and even police who used water Canons to quench the inferno.

By Wilson MUSA

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