Thursday, 20 April 2017

Anglophone Crisis: Here Are The Latest News

Mark Bareta takes to social media announcing the postponement of the court hearing involving another consortium of disgruntled parents known as the Parent’s Consortium. 

These parents are requesting tuition fee paid in all Catholic Schools counting for the 2016-2017 academic year in the Anglophone regions should be refunded.

By Boris Landry Kouekam
Its clear many still don’t understand or can adapt any clear explanation as to why the religious body still denies reopening catholic schools.That could be a way to positively address the school issue.

• Meanwhile Brett Carter an Assistant Professor at the Californian University who focuses his studies on Central African States took to Twitter on April 15th, 2017 mocking Biya’s inability to resolve the conflict which according to him has now turned into something religious
Anglophone Crisis: Here Are The Latest News
• A Movement known as the southern Cameroon Ambazonia united front earlier called for a peaceful march in show of solidarity on April 21st to show support to the bishops who were to appear in court for a case that has now been adjourned

• New hash tag #HandsOffOurChurches instigated two days seeks to rally Anglophones from all over dragging international attention on what’s happening with the Catholic Bishops and their case in court. That’s definitely why most comments on the hash tags feature @UN, @Vatican,@AU

• Another hash tags too is #BringBackOurInternet which was launched prior to the internet blackout entering its 3rd month

• Trending to is the hash tag #FreeSouthernCameroon for those who are in favor of the restoration of statehood.
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