The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC), or the Consortium for short, has been transformed to the Southern Cameroons Civil Society Consortium SCACSC. The new status was agreed after a series of meetings held between the months of May and June 2018. The meeting was geared towards a thorough reorganization of the body.
This information is contained in a prelease, signed by the Consortium executive. According to the release, a Caretaker Executive Body was created to be managed by 4 officials, supported by an Advisory Board, has been set up to run the affairs of the organisation, following the abduction of some of its members on January 5, 2018.
The release also stated that the officials elected by the body together with an advisory council on 18th of June 2018, shall henceforth, run and pilot the affairs of the CONSORTIUM, pending the release of its abducted members.
The caretaker Executive set up Monday June 18, touches on the offices of the President, Secretary General, Vice Secretary General, (also doubles as the Financial Secretary), and Programme Coordinator.
- President: John Mbah Akurch
- Secretary General: Ndeh Geofred Andang
- Deputy SG / Financial Secretary: David Abia,
- Programs Coordinator: Mawum Fuh J. CHE
- Ndef Nifeng Frederick
- Tatah Donard Silav
“The reorganization exercise is a determined effort by the body to continue to play its traditional role in the struggle to restore the statehood of the former British Southern Cameroons / Ambazonia,” The document says in part.
The Consortium Again Calls the People of the Southern Cameroons / Ambazonia to Continue to be steadfast, determined, resilient, and resolute more than ever before in a joint effort to cause the enemy / oppressor, La Republique du Cameroun (LRC) parking out of our beloved territory, for victory is sure and near.
The Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium (CACSC), was created on December 6, 2016 with main goal of harnessing the relevant grievances of Common Law Lawyers, and Anglophones teachers, while advocating for palpable solutions in the heat of the crisis.
Over 17 of Lawyers, Teachers, Drivers’ Unions, and Civil Society Organisation, signed the birth of the Consortium. It advocated for the return to Federalism, as the best option to end the Anglophone problem.
Overtime, the initial goal of the Consortium changed due to the abduction of its leaders by LRC, hence, shifting the batton of command to abroad.
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