SDF flays Biya regime over Agbor Balla-Neba Fontem detention
The so-called main opposition party, the Social Democratic Front, SDF has held its National Executive Committee meeting, NEC in Bamenda with focus on the life of the party, national issues and the recent French presidential elections.
The NEC members met in an enlarged forum grouping Mayors, Senators, Shadow Cabinet Ministers including the National Advisory Council and noted with consternation that the Biya regime has continued to wage a war of repression and with impunity against Southern Cameroonians. The think tank of the SDF wondered why the Biya Francophone Beti Ewondo regime will negotiate and even pay ransom to the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram militants but was quick to arrest and imprison members of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium with whom they were negotiating.
The SDF supreme council observed that the CPDM government has continued to fight an undeclared war against the Anglophones community in Cameroon with heavy military deployment everywhere throughout Southern Cameroons territory. Saturdays’ NEC meeting was also an opportunity for the party to put in place a commission of inquiry which will probe into cases of torture, arbitrary arrest and detention in the two English speaking regions.
The National Executive Committee also pointed out that there were evil forces behind the case against the Southern Cameroon Roman Catholic Bishops. NEC added that the Roman Catholic Mission including the PCC have done a lot in educating Cameroonians and cannot be brought to court today by a CPDM backed Consortium of parents.
Chairman Ni John Fru Ndi and his group of wise men and women were also preoccupied with the party’s internal affairs especially the controversies in the Centre region in La Republique du Cameroun. To this effect, the party used article 18.8 and got rid of all the executive members of the Center region. The SDF congratulated the new French Head of State and announced it will hold a National Convention in the month of October.
Source: Cameroun Info.Net