The Inter-ministerial adhoc committee set up to review and propose solutions to the problems plaguing the Anglophone system of education will begin work on Tuesday 27th December 2016 in Bamenda, the North West Regional capital.
According to a government communiqué released on Wednesday 21st December 2016 by Prime Minister Philemon Yang, the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime is expecting all members of the commission to display a sense of responsibility and patriotism.
The communiqué also stated that issues related to the improvement and functioning of schools and universities of the Anglophone regions will be discussed during the meeting. The adhoc committee that will be answerable to the PM, Head of Government is chaired by the Minister, Director of Cabinet at the Prime Minister’s Office, Professor Paul Ghogomu Mingho.
The commission however is dominated by Francophones who have constantly treated Anglophone leaders with contempt. The members include: the Minister of Higher Education, Minister of Secondary Education, Minister of Basic Education, coordinators and technical secretariat office.