Anglophone crisis: Politician Adamou Ndam Njoya calls for review of 1991 Tripartite Conference

The chairman of Cameroon Democratic Union has called for a political debate to revisit the the 1991 Tripartite Conference  in Cameroon.

Adamou Ndam Njoya believes that a review of the untouched resolutions of the conference could bring a solution to the ongoing Anglophone crisis.

The debate is set to take place on Monday at the Yaoundé Conference Centre.

Cameroon-Info.Net reports that   participants of the conference will include Célestin Bedzigui, Dr Senator P.Flambeau Ngayap, Pr Hubert Mono Dzana, Jeanne Nsoga, Dr Hilaire Kamga...

But critics have argued that the problems of Southern Cameroons are known better by Southern Cameroonians themselves. Government should address them directly.

The 1991 Tripartite Conference was held in the wake of the return of multiparty politics in the 1990s in Cameroon.

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