Paul Biya Receives Secret Memo From Atanga Nji, Beti Assomo After Crucial Meeting On Anglophone Crisis.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday March 12, 2019.

Paul Biya Receives Secret Memo From Atanga Nji, Beti Assomo After Crucial Meeting On Anglophone Crisis.

Cameroon’s Defense boss greeting soldiers at a military event.

Cameroon’s Minister of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has joined his colleague of Defense in a crucial meeting in Yaoundé, the country’s capital to discuss the deepening armed conflict in the two English-speaking regions of the North West and South West of the country, sources from the country’s Defense Ministry have told National Telegraph.

Our source also noted that the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defense, Joseph Beti Assomo and Paul Atanga Nji have already drafted a memo on the discussions and recommendations that has been sent directly to President Paul Biya, 86, Cameroon’s President since 1982.

Unrest in Cameroon’s two English-speaking regions began in October 2016 as a disagreement in language and demand for better working conditions from Teachers and Lawyers but government mismanaged it, turning it into a demand by Anglophone militias in the North West and South West for a separate state called Ambazonia. Since then, the regime has spent billions in F CFA to contain the insurgency to no avail.  

Consequently, in the crucial security meeting that held in Yaoundé, the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Joseph Beti Assomo stated categorically clear that the epicenter of the meeting is on the security challenges in the North West and South West.

Pundits hold that Cameroon’s President has constantly applied only cosmetic and sloganeering approaches to a conflict that has proven it can’t be solved by the guns. The military has continued uninterruptedly in contravening any warfare condition, killing medics, women, and children, physically challenged persons as well as Religious to subdue the resistance to no avail.

Reports say the Delegate General for National Security, two Secretaries of State at the Ministry of Defense, security chiefs with areas of command across the country’s ten regions as well as chiefs of Presidential security also converged on Yaoundé for the crucial meeting. Apart from the Anglophone crisis, security stakes in theEast, Far North, and Adamawa Regions were also deliberated.

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