CHRDA Renews Call for President Biya to Urgently Resolve the 'anglophone crisis'
The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy for Africa, CHRDA, has renewed the Organization's call for the president of Cameroun, Paul Biya, to engage in genuine dialogue to resolve the over six years and counting Anglophone crisis.
The president of CHRDA, Agbor Felix Nkongho, re-iterated the organization's call in a new year message addressed to Cameroonians.
In the new year message, Agbor Nkongho acknowledged the difficulties and challenges the country had undergone in the year 2022, difficulties according to him "Marked by several contents."
He then went on to urge the Cameroon Government to resolve the armed conflict in the Southwest and Northwest Regions of the country, which, according to him had caused serious material and human damage.
The president and founder of CHRDA proceeded to thank Cameroonians in the other eight regions of the country for assisting persons internally displaced by the Anglophone crisis.
The organization then went on to urge President Paul Biya to urgently engage in sincere and genuine dialogue to bring an end to the Anglophone crisis.
In order for this dialogue to be sincere and genuine, Agbor Balla appealed to the Government of Cameroon, headed by president Paul Biya to involve the Civil Society, religious bodies, and all secessionist leaders and to release all anglophones incarcerated as a result of the crisis.