PM To The Press : Cameroonians Want United, Decentralised Country

The Prime Minister, Head of Government Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute granted a press conference after the official closing ceremony of the Major National Dialogue last Friday.

Prime Minister, Head of Government and chair of the Major National Dialogue, Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute has commissioned the press to tell the world the type of country Cameroonians want judging from the results of the dialogue that took place from September 30 to October 4, 2019 at the Yaounde Conference Centre.
-United, Decentralised Country
“Please, we have to take this out to the four corners of our Republic and in particular to the North West and South West, to all the remotest corners of the two regions, to tell people that Cameroonians want a united country, decentralised country, they have spoken out and that is the will of the people.” The Prime Minister told journalists at the Media Centre and added, “Anybody else who says from anywhere on this globe that Cameroonians from these two regions want anything else has been denounced categorically and roundly as far as this dialogue is concerned because what they are saying does not reflect the truth.” The truth, he emphasised is what has been seen over the five days of the dialogue. 
-Mission Of Press
With the truth clearly identified and spoken, the Prime Minister urged the pressmen and the population in general, “The people have spoken, the world has heard and we need to take cognisance of that and start to do what is right to do to get these young misguided children out of the bushes into normal life.” The results, resolutions and recommendations of the massively attended dialogue, PM Dion Ngute said, “We believe that this is the beginning of the end of the crisis in the two regions.” This is because, “All Cameroonians came here and spoke out their minds and the results is really the results of Cameroonians.”
-What Happens To Recommendations
Answering a question from journalists on the what will happen after the dialogue, Prime Minister Dion Ngute said he would forward the results thereof to the President of the Republic, Paul Biya who convened the dialogue and he would indicate what has to be done. He reminded the press that many suggestions and recommendations were made and the Head of State would take time to study them and see how he would implement them. He said what happened was exceptional because the President of the Republic could have used republican institutions such as Parliament but due to the nature of the problem, he used an exceptional means which is the dialogue. 
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