Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: Towards The Release Of Agbor Balla And Co.?

Par Ernest NFORMI | Cameroon-Info.Net
BUEA - 21-Apr-2017   25739 4
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Man Tara   02017-04-21 20:04

"in a move widely seen as a step towards unlocking the Anglophone crisis deadlock."

Anybody who believe anything will unlock "the anglophone crisis" lives in a shoe box or something"

The Germans did not unlock the Bamenda hatred,
Here's what says a bamenda blogger:

//From the onset of European colonial rule in Cameroon in 1885 the Bamenda region has been the subject of recurrent land/boundary disputes between villages.//

Here the blogger of course, like a good African intellectual blames the evil Europeans
They could not extend their hate to the rest of Cameroon, (The Germans were merciless) Now that they see Biya as week, they are going to go to sleep like nice puppies.
Yeah, right
Colonelsapt   202017-04-21 10:37
No, leave them still locked up.
Keeping them locked up will make us more 'un et indivisible'
Finesse   142017-04-21 10:10
This is no news. Restoring the internet was simply giving back the basic rights to communicate usurped from the people. Biya is not doing anyone a favour as he may intend to spin it. A leader leaving himself exposed to internal and external pressure to yield has already lost legitimacy. Internet resumption, freeing of arrested leaders and demilitarization of the NW and SW will not end the current crisis. It is far more deeper than Biya wants to accept. That is the reality no one should ignore. With the resumption of communication , the desire and will to continue will further intensify as the months progress. This is seen as victory by the SW and NW and further grease on their elbows to dig deep and maintain their stance.
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President Paul Biya has ordered the restoration of internet services to the crisis-hit North West and South West regions in a move widely seen as a step towards unlocking the Anglophone crisis deadlock.

The presidential instructions given on Thursday April 20, 2017 come 93 days after the regions were deprived of what the U.N. calls an important tool for development, communication and collective development.

The government ordered the disconnection of internet services to the region in January protests by the minority English speakers over alleged marginalisation by majority French speaking Yaounde regime.

Besides the internet freeze, the government arrested leaders of the now outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC) which has been coordinating the teachers and lawyers’ strike that spiralled into violence.

CACSC president, Barrister Felix Nkongho Agbor Balla and secretary-general, Dr Fontem Neba as well as Mancho Bibixy are now facing a death sentence at the Yaounde military court on charges of terrorism.

About 100 other detainees including opposition political leaders and journalists arrested in relation to the crisis are yet to be charged.

The government has been under heavy pressure from the national and international community to restore the internet and release all detainees of the crisis for dialogue to take its course.

During a four-day official visit to the country recently, the Special Representative of the U.N. Secretary-General for Central Africa, François Louncény Fall urged government to restore the internet and release all detainees of the crisis.

The U.N envoy told a press conference in Yaounde last week that he had “fruitful and hopeful” exchanges with all the stakeholders in the crisis.

He said he met with Government officials, members of civil society, opposition leaders, members of the diplomatic corps and the UN system as well as people arrested and detained in connection with the situation in the North West and South West, including Felix Nkongho Agbor Balla and radio broadcaster Mancho Bibixy.

Like the restoration of the internet, observers say President Biya could also order the release of all detainees of the crisis in the coming days.


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