Marafa Hamidou Yaya
35 mins of exhaustive analysis of the Cameroon Anglophone Problems
In recent months our Anglophone brothers and sisters have being demanding for their fair share of treatments by the current government. I say it is no longer an Anglophone Problem but a Cameroonian problem because Francophone Cameroonian cannot be going about their business thinking that Cameroon is on the right track when their Anglophone brothers and sisters are suffering. I call on all the people of Cameroon to join the Anglophone in their fight for freedom and equal opportunities as francophone Cameroonian. The following must be in place in other for a peaceful solution to the ongoing problem.
No school throughout Cameroon until the Anglophone teachers demands are met
No senior Administrators in the Anglophone Regions who are Francophone and who cannot express themselves in both English and French. With time the Anglophone should Have Anglophone Governors in their Regions. Some people will say l am dividing Cameroon but my answer to them is no because when you do not understand another person culture how do you treat them.
The Anglophone Law should be maintain without any changes. The Francophone Judges and Lawyers in the Anglophone Regions must be able to practice the common law in English not bringing the French law and practice to the Anglophone Regions.
All majors roads in all ten Regions of Cameroon should be repair especially those of the Anglophone Regions
A conference should be call with all the key players involve with the head of States to sit down to find a peaceful solutions to the Anglophone problem with no intimidation from the government.
Finally l want to thank all the leaders and the Anglophone people for their peaceful sit down strike yesterday the 9th without any harm to both people and property. the fight must go on until the government meet the above demands.
I know that you are having sleepless night due to the ongoing problem in the the Anglophone Regions. There are your people and you must talk to them as Cameroonian and give them their fair share and listen to their demands. You b on them for sit down at the start Cameroon would not have being in this mess. This is not an Anglophone problem but a Cameroon problem. Listen to the people. the wind of change is with them not you.
Long live Cameroon Long the people of Cameroon.
Marafa H Yaya