Popularising Special Measures For NW, SW: PM Promises To Dispatch Experts

Chief Dr. Dion Ngute chaired a second session of the execution of Major National Dialogue recommendations in Buea yesterday September 22, 2021.

“The major issue we raised during the second session of the committee to follow up the implementation of the recommendations of the 30 September to 4 October, 2019, Major National Dialogue held in Yaounde is that we need to communicate better all what the Head of State has been doing in the resolution of the crisis especially the special status for the North West and South West Regions. The importance of this special status which some people do not yet understand. As such, we are going back to put it in a more understandable form. We are going to dispatch people to all the nooks and crannies of the North West and South West to broadcast all these positive changes that have taken place in our country including the special status which is a response to all what many persons in the two Regions have been waiting for. In addition, we saw what is being done in the reconstruction of what has been lost in the crisis.”

In these words, to the press, the Prime Minister, Head of Government, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute, summarized the work of the second session of the review of the execution of recommendations from the Major National Dialogue which held in Buea yesterday 22 September, 2021, in camera. To review the field work covered this far the Committee, made of representatives from the North West and South West Regions, programmed to present a compendium of Government measures taken to resolve the crisis, presented the outlines of the special status, the economic and social fallout and reconstruction. Interactive discussions were to follow such presentations.

Although the committee held behind closed doors, what the people of the two Anglophone Regions of Cameroon should expect is an imminent tour of all administrative units of both Regions to explain the content and dimensions of the special status accorded Anglophone Cameroon. The inaugural session of the follow up steering committee on 3 September, 2020, held in Yaounde, took stock of the reforms and action taken by Government to resolve the Anglophone crisis and made recommendations to technical Ministries on the need to accelerate such reforms to meet the aspirations of all Cameroonians.

The PM recognized that since the first session, there have been significant progress in responding to the grievances of all Cameroonians particularly those of the South West and North West Regions. To the PM it i...



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