Friday, 9 November 2018

Germany Seeks End and A Solution For The Anglophone Crisis

Germany wants a solution for the Anglophone Crisis based on dialogue through political understanding.

The Director of African Affairs in the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Robert Doelger, made the call on November 7 after meeting the President of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism (NCPBM), Peter Mafany Musonge.

Speaking to the press, Mr Doelger said the reason for his visit at the Commission was to discuss the Anglophone Crisis and chart ways on how to find a lasting solution to the Crisis.
Germany Seeks End and A Solution For The Anglophone Crisis
“We discussed the Anglophone Crisis. Germany has made suggestions and remarks on how we can proceed together because they are interested in seeing a solution based on dialogue and political understanding to help solve the Crisis in the two English-speaking regions of Cameroon,” he said.

The agenda of what they discuss in depth with the Commission to Doelger remains confidential, but what he assured the press is that Germany is profoundly concerned and interested in seeing the Crisis come to an end.
Doelger was accompanied by Michael Becker, the German Ambassador to Cameroon.

Meanwhile, the President of the Bilingualism Commission, Peter Mafany Musonge was accompanied by the Vice President, Oumarou Djika and the Secretary-General, Dr Cornelius Chi Asafor. The Post Newspaper Cameroon
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