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Looming uncertainty: Niat joins Cavaye in barricading country’s sovereignty

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The President of the Senate Marcel Niat Njifenji has joined his counterpart of the lower house, Hon. Vavaye yeye to condemn what he terms foreign interfering in the country’s domestic affairs.

The President was speaking today Tuesday 11th June during the official ceremony to open the June session of the upper house.

The ceremony which was graced by government ministers and senators of the republic saw the second inline to Etoudi appealing to friends of Cameroon to help the country in its efforts to resolve the Anglophone crisis.

Prime Minister Chief Dr, Joseph Dion Ngute also received some warm words from the president following his much-trumpeted peace visit to the aggrieved regions- the second high profile endorsement the newly appointed premier is receiving in less than 24 hours

“Discussing the situation in the North West and South West regions, Marcel Niat Njifenji commended Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute for the success of his peace mission to the North West and South West regions, expressing the wish to see the dialogue which has begun, result to serenity”, CRTV reported

“The Senate vehemently condemns all attempts to destroy the unity and image of our country.” Mr. Niat Njifenji, President of the Senate cautioned according to CRTV web

Scapegoating the international community

The latest outing from the two highest personalities of the country after the President of the Republic has rattled many as they wonder what is happening within international diplomatic circles

House Speaker, Senate President, and top government officials have recently railed against any foreign interference in the country, touting the country’s readiness and ability to resolve its problems like any other sovereign nation

The Anglophone crisis, Cameroon’s worst humanitarian crisis where armed civilians are fighting for the independence of the two English speaking regions of the country has largely been ignored by the lawmakers

Both houses have failed to employ independent measures to handle the crisis, opting instead to line up behind government’s rhetoric and policy which has rather worsened the crisis and brought in the International community

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Breaking: The D.O of Mbengwi has been kidnapped

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AmbaNews24 is reporting that seperatist forces have kidnap the  Divisional Officer (DO) of Mbengwi, Fouda Etaba Benoit Nicaise.

“Nicaise was arrested in Mbengwi, the seat of Momo State and of the Mbengwi local government area or “subdivision” as the occupying Cameroon government describes it. Colonial DO was appointed by Presidential decree number 2017/239 of May 22, 2017 as D.O for Mbengwi” ambanews24 writes

In March 2019, a military convoy transporting Nacaise came under attack by separatist fighters, but the DO was safe and unhurt.

The government is yet to confirm the news and TeboPost cannot independently verify the news.

But if true, it will be a major setback ahead of plan national dialogue scheduled for September 30th as government struggles to find lasting solutions to the Anglophone crisis

Mbengwi is the divisional capital of Momo division North West region. The same division where the DO of Batibo was kidnapped years back and his whereabouts remain unknown till date.

 

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National Dialogue: South West elites hold “regional dialogue” of their own.

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The authorities of South west region have rallied different stakeholders within the municipality and beyond for pre-dialogue ahead of the national dialogue called by President Biya which is scheduled for end of September.

The pre-dialogue discussion taking place at the chambers of the Buea council Buidling is the first of its kind since the announcement of the grand national dialogue on September 10th 2019.

Chaired by the governor of the South West region alongside other top officials in the region, the dialogue aimed at finding a common ground ahead of much anticipated national dialogue.

Prime minister Dion Ngute who is charged with the coordination of the historic talks has been holding  consultations with different stakeholders in Yaounde ahead of the talks.

In his surprised address to the nation on September  10th 2019, President Paul Biya announced the holding of national dialogue at the end of September which he says is  geared towards resolving the socio-economic crisis in the South West and North West Regions of Cameroon and other national concerns.

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Powerless Batibo council responds to Ambazonian savagery

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The Batibo Council on its Facebook page this Monday writes Monday September 16, 2019 has condemned the brutal and inhuman murder of a woman in that municipality

“It is with anger filled trauma that I write condemning the burial of a life being in our municipality.
No matter the reasons, I shall never be part of such gruesome acts!
I say again, there is life after the crisis and each of us will give an account of what he/ she has done”. The council writes

The killing which has sparked outrage on social media was allegedly carried by Ambazonian fighters.  The fighter in a viral video said she is a “black leg”.

Batibo council in Momo division of the North-west Region is one the areas greatly hit by the socio political crisis in the Anglophone regions of tbe country.

In 2018 the administrative head of the Subdivision was kidnapped on a day Cameroon celebrated her youths. His whereabout have since remained unknown.

Many inhabitants of the Sub Division since the escalation of the crisis have since been seeking for refuge in other towns and cities. They are fleeing from atrocities committed as the conflict in Cameroons North West and South West regions continues to escalate.

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