The crisis rocking the North West and South West Regions of republic of Cameroon is to take a new twist after the convening of an Anglophone General Conference from August 29-30 in the city of Buea.
The decision was made by religious leaders of the anglophone extraction in a meeting organized by the Archbishop Emeritus of Douala Eminence Christian Cardinal Tumi, the Imam of the Bamenda Central Mosque, Tukur Mohammed Adamu and that of Buea Alahdji Mohammed Aboubakar were equally recognized in the process.
The report added that traditional authorities, civil society leaders, professional associations, youths and women’s groups, trade union organization and other groups were included. The Governors of the North West and South West Regions will equally be invited to attend.
Participation is also opened to those whose parents or grandparents not having their ancestral origins in the North West and South West Regions in Cameroon but settled permanently in this territory as at October 1, 1961.
The coordinator of the conference have also lamented on the Government of republic of Cameroon and the various armed groups to declare an immediate end to hostilities in order to create favorable conditions for finding a peaceful and lasting solution to the Anglophone problem and the crisis.