Friday, 22 September 2017

Activist Group Plan Solidarity Visit To Bamenda

Stand Up For Cameroon, a human rights activist group has announced plans to visit the North-West Region of the country.

The solidarity visit organised in the wake on the ongoing anglophone crisis, the group say, is aimed at expressing solidarity to the people in the region, improve information on the reality in the North-West region, discuss ideas and proposals that could help solve the crisis among others.
Activist Group Plan Solidarity Visit To Bamenda
The three day visit to begin today September 20, will be led by Kah Walla, President of the Cameroon People’s Party, alongside other members from the members the West, Center and the Littoral regions.

According to an official press release from the group, the visit will include meetings with government officials, political and traditional authorities, meetings with various actors of the society and meetings with families of victims of the crisis.

A report on the key information collected on the ground will be presented and various suggestions will be made at the end of the visit. Activist Group Plan Solidarity Visit To Bamenda.



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