Akere Muna tells TV5 Monde “Separatists are what they are because of the mismanagement of the state”
Barrister Akere Muna is back in Cameroon, after a mini-tour of Europe that allowed him to exchange with the diaspora his willingness to succeed Paul Biya as President of the Republic.
After the declaration of his candidature less than three weeks ago, Akere Muna also announced that in the coming months he will pursue actions aimed at reaching youth, civil society, political parties and of course traditional leaders .
This began with a mini-tour in Europe that saw him held intensive and productive discussions with the diaspora on his willingness to succeed Paul Biya whose mandate expires next year.
Before leaving Europe, Akere Muna shared a conversation with TV5 Monde and during the interview, the initiator of the “NOW” movement, declared that his program for Cameroon will be inclusive not the current scheme which supports only people who think of themselves.
Akere Muna, a native of Southern Cameroons believes that the Anglophone crisis has stalled because of poor management. “Separatists are what they are because of the mismanagement of the state.”
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai, CIR