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The consortium urges parents and teachers to be patient and wait for teachers union to end the strike! See full statement!

The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium , administrative leaders in charge of solutions to the Anglophone problem in Southern ...


The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, administrative leaders in charge of solutions to the Anglophone problem in Southern Cameroon, has released a statement today, Tuesday the 17th January. Read the full statement below:


Dear Brothers and Sisters,
Last week, the Consortium called for a Ghost Town to protest against the continuous
militarization of our towns, police provocation and brutality - shooting and arrest of
citizens - even as the negotiations were going on. This call has been respected
throughout the NW and SW Regions. West Cameroonians are a peaceful people and
must remain so.
However, some pictures of people exacting violence on school children in Limbe have
shocked the Consortium. These pictures remind us of what happened in Bamenda a
month ago. Let it be clear that the Consortium unreservedly condemns violence in all its
forms and aspires to a society where respect for human personality and property will
reign supreme. We strongly urge all our people to remain decent, and to show greater
self-discipline. We must undo violence from our cultural make up, and beware of
infiltrations and people who are sent to incite violence so as to justify a crackdown.
Nevertheless, we encourage parents to keep their children at home when there is a call to
strike.
We call on Government to clear our streets of all armed uniform men. We also demand
that all those arrested, abducted or kidnapped in Bamenda, Mutengene, Buea, Kumba
and Mamfe, including teachers who expressed strong views about the current situation of
the country should be released forthwith.
Fellow Citizens,
Concerning the work the Teachers’ Union did in the Teachers' Ad hoc Committee, we
expect them to present it to the public and educate the masses about its contents before
an agreement is finalized. We are consulting with them and will ensure that the outcome
is satisfactory to our people.
We therefore decry all attempts by the Chairperson of that Committee to manipulate the
process and to exacerbate tensions at a time when everyone is looking forward to a
sustainable solution. In the same vein, we urge the community - parents, students and
other stakeholders - to be patient and wait for the Teachers’ Unions to suspend the strike 

when the process has come to a logical end. But this can only be after the community
has been properly informed about the resolutions arrived at, and guarantees provided that
past abuses will not be repeated.
Our hope for this beautiful country is that we and our brothers East of the Mungo can
cohabit peacefully, and that every child will have equal opportunity to rise to greatness
through hard work. We pray for a country where our origin will no longer limit us.
God is our strength.
For the CONSORTIUM








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