Bamenda-Cameroon: Lawyers End Meeting With Prime Minister But Strike Action Continues

Lawyers representative Barrister Bobga Harmony talks to the press.

There is an Anglophone problem," Cameroon Prime Minister, Yang Philemon reiterate at a crisis meeting with Common Law LawyersBamenda, the main opposition stronghold.

For the first time, the Common Law Lawyers<would dialogue with Justice Minister, Laurent Esso, following several weeks of a deadly strike action that has swept across all English-speaking regions in the West African nation.

Barrister Harmony Bobga, the leader of the lawyers' group confirms that the meeting was only a step in the right direction and that pressure squeezed the regime at a tight corner to listen to the masses.

So far, at least three citizens have been reported dead in violent civilian clashes with French soldiers in Bamenda, according to opposition figures. Several others including women and children have been injured with few alleged cases of rape being reported in student hostels.

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