“I salute the bravery and the laudable initiative by the Government and Sisiku Tabe and Co as they met on 2 July 2020 to start discussions. It is my fervent wish that these discussions will contribute to finding a breakthrough in the current logjam. I endorse these discussions” said Barrister Agbor Balla, Human Rights Defender, and Founder of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA). Human Rights and Legal Research Centre (HRLC) welcomes this initiative by Sisiku Ayuk, the Interim President of “Ambazonia” and one of the prominent leaders in the Anglophone struggle. This initiative will go a long way to contribute to finding a lasting solution to the Anglophone problem if it ends productive.
Anglophone crisis in Cameroon: Bar. Agbor Balla endorses Sisiku Tabe’s discussion with the government authorities towards finding a lasting solution to the Anglophone crisis.
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