Architect Of Anglophone Problem Wants CPDM Militants To Make Nonsense Of Oct 1 Again

The Minister of Higher Education, Prof. Jacques Fame Ndongo, who doubles as the Communication Secretary of the Cameroon People’s Democratic Movement, CPDM, has urged militants of the party in the North West and South West Regions to come out en mass on October 1 and march for peace, unity and the indivisibility of Cameroon. 

Fame Ndongo, who is one of the architects of Anglophone subjugation and one of the deniers of Anglophone Problem, wants October 1 to be politicised again and make nonsense of the Anglophone struggle.

Prof. Fame Ndongo was speaking on the prime time newscast (8:30) on State television, CRTV.

But Ndongo’s appeal may hit a solid rock because of the tense atmosphere in Buea and Bamenda ahead of the celebration of the Independence Day of Southern Cameroons.

Wearing a CPDM fabric in Buea or Bamenda on October 1 may be tantamount to suicide. 

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