Thursday, 16 February 2017

Prof. Paul Ghogomu Cracks Down And Sends Out More Provocative Signals To The Already Tensed Anglophone Community

The Director of Cabinet at the Prime Minister's Office and Chairperson of the Ad Hoc Committee that was created to address the Anglophone Teachers grievances Prof. Paul Ghogomu, is on the throat of the already very tensed anglophone people again.


Mr. Ghogomo went sarcastic with words during a Press Conference on February 13th 2017 in Yaounde, saying "all those who are observing the strike now after Trade Union leaders called it off on February 3, 2017 are simply disobeying the state with a different agenda other than teachers strike".

Mr Ghogomu said Five out of Six Trade Union leaders called off the strike meaning they meant business and wanted children to go back to school.

He also announced the holding of a National Education Forum in the month of July 2017 which will be coming over 10 years after the previous one.

This Forum was part of the 19 recommendations adopted in Bamenda last January 13, 2017 during the last Ad Hoc Committee meeting which lasted for 14 hours.

Paul Ghogomu said some of these recommendations are already being implemented by their various Education headquarters.
Prof. Paul Ghogomu Cracks Down  And Sends Out More Provocative Signals To The Already Tensed Anglophone Community

What Mr. Ghogomu seem to have forgotten is that, those so-called Trade Union Leaders who signed the decision to call off the strike, are said to be people who had nothing to do with the strike, are who are not known in the anglophone community.

Meanwhile internet blackout continue to traumatise the anglophone community, giving them more grounds to strike for eternity.


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