Barrister Balla Welcomes Biya’s Statement, Says Let’s Give Peace A Chance



Agbor Nkongho, pioneer President of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium in a Facebook post has welcomed Mr. Biya’s speech though he said it fell short of his expectations. Barrister Agbor says Mr. Biya should now allow Anglophones to organize themselves towards such national dialogue without fear of arrest or political opinions. Balla said let’s give peace a chance by going through the dialogue process while calling on those who will attend the dialogue to push through constitutional amendments and form of state. BaretaNews analysis will follow thereafter. Read his entire statement

The call for an all-inclusive dialogue is very appreciated. The government should now allow Anglophones of various political thought to mobilize, organize themselves and take part without fear of arrest or other punishment for their ideas.

The announcement of the all-inclusive dialogue should signal the end of arrests of Anglophones for their political ideas. They should be allowed to participate without restriction. This is about their future.

I urge those who will be attending the national dialogue to call for the release of all those detained in connection with the crisis, the need for a constitutional amendment and also to ensure that the form of the state is equally discussed at the dialogue table.

Whilst my expectations were not fully met in the speech, we should give peace a chance by supporting the dialogue process.

Agbor Nkongho Balla



  1. Jon

    September 11, 2019 at 4:10 PM

    By posting this article by Agbor Balla, it implies that Mark Bareta and his slaves too have decided to give peace a chance.

    Anyway, Mark Bareta, Ayaba Cho Lucas, etc. are not even Cameroonians. So, they will NOT TAKE PART IN THE DIALOGUE, the dialogue is for CAMEROONIANS.

  2. Nipsy

    September 11, 2019 at 7:43 PM

    Jon, if they’re not Cameroonians, then what are you doing in their land? NO dialogue will take place. This Balla guy is so foolish, it’s hard to comprehend where he’s coming from. Biya intends to have no dialogue, he’s a proven liar. If he wanted dialogue, he’d have released the people who have sway on the people on the ground. We just want Cameroon out of our land. For shame, it’s the 21st century, and black people are still trying to enslave other black people. It’s clear as day to even a child that Cameroonians are not our brothers in any way, shape or form. Long live Ambazonia!

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