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Crisis Meeting Held Between Political Groups, Civil Society

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As the crisis in the Cameroons takes its twists and turns, escalating even further and putting the population in a precarious position, which increases the number of internally displaced people and those seeking refuge in neigbouring Nigeria, leaders of some opposition political parties, members of the civil society and others from the private sector met early today to brainstorm on the present situation as well discuss actions which they believe will help chart a way forward.

The meeting which is the first of its kind will ensure participants to take stock, listened to propositions and the perspectives of those who answered present during the gathering. Such an event will improve others understanding of the situation on the ground and be coming up with possible solutions to remedy them. Their next plan of action was kept under lock-and-key. What is imminent is that a process has been set in motion across all walks of life, all sectors and will cut through all party lines.

Among the participants at today’s meeting were Barrister Agbor Balla Nkongho for the Civil Society group (CHRDA), Protais Ayangma for the Private Sector, Paul Chiy, Barristers Akere Muna and Ben Muna were political figures who were present during the meeting, Cabral Libi, Linus Nwalal, Tchomthoua Penda of UPC Manidem were in the mix, Bergeline Domou, Franck Essi and strong woman Edith Kah Walla of the CPP was also spotted.

 

 

Neba Benson,

BaretaNews Foreign Correspondent/Analyst

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