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President Paul Biya Responds To The Anglophone Crisis By Calling For Dialogue

President Paul Biya urged the government from both English speaking region of Cameroon to engage the lawyers and teachers from the two zone in a constructive dialogue talk in order to find a solutions to their demands.

Biya made this call public as he took to his Facebook page on Friday the 19 of January 2018 were he explained his actions as to find lasting solutions to the demands of the English speaking region lawyers and teachers.,read below
President Paul Biya Responds To The Anglophone Crisis By Calling For Dialogue
" I have asked the government from the beginning of the crises (N-O and S-O) region to engage in constructive dialogue with English teachers and lawyers with a view to seek a solutions to their demands. Many actions have been taken by the government at the end of this dialogue, going beyond initial demands. Others are underway or planning"

What baffle us now is that even after this call as Biya claimed , his men are still out their burning houses and killing our people.

Source: afrinews.uk
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