By Ken Neba, Yaounde, Cameroon – Thursday, January 30, 2020.
A letter from the Paramount ruler of the Bangente has caused indignation in the communities, National Telegraph can confirm. Many have described the letter as provocative,
Chief Nji Monhlu Seidou Pokam signed a letter Tuesday, January 28, 2020, demanding all the sons and daughters of Bangante attend a meeting.
Sources say going by the letter, the Chief is practically forcing all and sundry to attend a grand rally that will be organised on February 8, 2020.
He insists no absence will be tolerated. The letter has made many to ask questions about why the Chief is forcing people for a meeting which has no sense. Sources say he is the most hated leader the Bangante people have ever had.
Bangangté is a town in Cameroon’s West Region and capital of the Ndé division. It’s inhabited by the people of the Bamileke tribe and home to the Université des Montagnes, a small private university focusing on health and technology programs.