December 27th Meeting with PM Yang

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Why The Dec 27th PM Yang Meeting Must Not Hold: Stop the Evil.

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We have already heard from the consortium which says there shall be no meeting with the government till all those arrested are released. It is now time
we the people as well as it components empower the consortium.

Mr. Biya is a smart politician. The attitude of the government calling splinter groups for dialogue is a tacit way not to recognise any Anglophone leadership
thus denying the Anglophone problem. The teachers and lawyers as well as all those who represent the consortium must start now giving the consortium the voice and weight it deserves. Any dialogue with the government must be through the consortium.

Away from that, we recalled that just a week ago, the Yang commission announced that dialogue will not take place any more until teachers go back to class. The government saw the resistance of the teachers and now they are calling for a December 27th meeting.

This is the political game. Mr. Biya will address the nation on December 31st. As of now, he lacks talking points. The December 27th meeting is meant to
give Mr. Biya some good talking points. The talking points will help Biya show to the world that his government is committed to dialogue. Mr. Biya will
steal the show. We must not give Biya that opportunity. Teachers must not legitimise Mr. Biya talking points.

Mr. Biya would not anknowledge the crisis, he will not condemn brutality on Southern Cameroonians, he will not condemn the killings. Mr. Biya will only
use the 27th December meeting to claim talks are ongoing. Teachers must not give him that opportunity.

As a rule of thumb, if the government is serious then all those arrested must be released unconditionally. The teachers should play ball and stand their
grounds. In fact, the consortium should lead any dialogue. There can’t be any dialogue when some of our people are in jails and some said to be beaten
to death.

 

 

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