Bamenda: SDF Parliamentarian Addresses Cameroon's PM At The Bamenda Congress Hall

SDF parliamentarian from Bafut Hon Fusi Namikong has asked pertinent questions to Cameroon's  PM at the Congress hall in Bamenda.

The PM is touring the NW region in a desperate move to reinforce assumption of Schools amidst the current anglophone crisis.He asked to know how schools will resume:
1 without Internet,
2 Without the release of those arrested and detained,
3 Without demilitarization of the town.
4 And also to read Psalm 8:7-9
The PM responded
1 No Internet because it is being used to spread false information,
2 Some of the arrested persons have been released and the others must be judged.
3 the town will not be demilitarized if we don't calm down.
So the PM has not brought any solution but wants schools to resume.
We say NO.

Reactions from the Anglophone Consortium:

Tapang Ivo from the Consortium responds to the Prime Minister who says,

 "no school in West Cameroons" is an "embarrassment" to the international scene. Now, we know where their shoe pinches. Killings, rapings, militarizing, abductions, etc., are not considered an embarrassment to them.

So, here will be our next plan after we drain the swamp in our winning system:

1. For every English-speaking Cameroonian admitted into their Cameroun schools like ENAM, IRIC, EMIA, etc., the same number of places will be granted to their own citizens applying to study in our schools from nursery 1 to University level. And that means if ENAM admits only two English-speaking citizens, UB or SAHECO must admit only two of their citizens too.

2. They have infested our education system and even speak French openly in dormitories, classrooms, streets, etc. That should stop. Speak the generally accepted language of our land. In fact, after this struggle, we will then move into those schools and give strict instructions to principals on the number of French-speaking students to be admitted per year.

3. The priority of place must be granted to our citizens whether they validated English at GCE O' Level exam or not. We cannot accept that our children are purged out from our education system to suffer in Soa, Cameroun, simply because they failed ordinary level English. At the same time, French-speaking children simply take a three-month English training in UB and are granted immediate admission. That must STOP.

4. Common law must be implemented in the new school curriculum in all West Cameroon or Southern Cameroons universities. Our judiciary system is not friendly with their own system. Our children deserve just laws and order and not depressions and repressions in their kangaroo courts.

5. The salaries of our teachers must be increased and their standards must be raised above "teachers' round." Their salaries will double and medical doctors will be well paid under our new system. These two sectors - - teaching and medicine - - must not be tampered with. We shall lower our federal taxes to attract competitive businesses and inflate social welfare.

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