Renown francophone journalist of VOX AFRIQUE media house by name PAUL MAHEL (on picture), gives his opinion on the current status quo vis-a-vis the much talked about dialogue. Hear him (translation):
"I am very surprised today to hear everyone in this country talking about dialogue here and there. It makes me laugh out my lungs. Some people (who know themselves) seem to have forgotten that less than a year ago, anglophone lawyers, teachers and students insisted on dialogue but they were battered, arrested and human casualties recorded. Later.
They came together under a group called the CONSORTIUM, which group was banned by the State with consequences that we all know. In my opinion, when you treat credible and legitimate persons this way, you get what you now get from the people who look up to them and give voice to extremists who in my opUnion, though a minority, have a huge capacity to constitute a nuisance.
However, I have this golden question: WHEN YOU BRUTALISE LAWYERS, TEACHERS AND STUDENTS; BAN THE CONSORTIUM AND JAIL ITS LEADERS ALONGSIDE MODERATES, WITH WHOM DO YOU INTEND DIALOGUING?"