Wilfred Tassang says exploitation of Southern Cameroon’s people and its resources is game over for the Francophone political elites
Tomorrow Monday the 10th of April 2017, ghost town will be staged throughout Southern Cameroons as earlier decreed by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. Southern Cameroonians will chained themselves at home and will denounce the Francophone administrative machinery used to marginalize West Cameroonians. It is part of the recent series of civil disobedience campaign designed by the detained leaders of the Consortium.
Attention will be focus on the Buea and Limbe districts of Southern Cameroons which runs from the foot of Mount Fako via Limbe to Tiko under additional review by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. The Consortium will likely direct its operations to stifle the Francophone regime’s diabolic ploy in the Fako constituency.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium is the body behind the ghost town operations whose goal is to sabotage, interrupt, and stop the complete dominance of Southern Cameroonians by the French Cameroun political elites. Tomorrow’s ghost town protest is a continuation of the civil disobedience by Cameroon Anglophone Common Lawyers, Anglophone teachers and young people in Southern Cameroons.
The Biya Francophone regime has not commented on the ghost town operation, although its Francophone cabinet ministers have been announcing a series of fake measures aimed at deceiving English speaking Cameroonians to remain in the failed union.
Since 2016, hundreds of Southern Cameroonian citizens have been arrested in Buea, Kumba, Kumbo, Jakiri, Mamfe and Bamenda. And the Secretary General of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, Wilfred Tassang has warned that exploitation of Southern Cameroon’s people and its resources is game over for the Francophone political elites.
By Soter Tarh Agbaw-Ebai for Camcordnews