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Southern Cameroons Women Conference in Germany Ends

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The Southern Cameroons women conference in Germany held yesterday the 11th of March 2017 came to a successful end. The meeting was attended by one of Consortium’s interim leaders Mark Bareta and other high profile Cameroonians based in Germany. The conference was aimed at defining the role of women in the struggle for freedom in Southern Cameroons and to build a national synergy. Also, to offer humanitarian services to victims of the ongoing crisis which includes the detained, wounded and psycho-socially traumatised persons.

BaretaNews gathered that Honourable Elizabeth Yeboa chaired the Southern Cameroons Women’s Conference with an opening speech. She is a member of German Parliament. According to reports, this is an added advantage for Southern Cameroonians in the struggle for freedom. With her international contacts, she will be able to table the people’s grievances at appropriate quarters.




Mark Bareta writes: “It was a great session, the women are determined like never before. The women took the major decision to boycott Air France while engaging in other issues.”

Meanwhile, Southern Cameroonians in the United States met in Houston to devise ways forward in the winning struggle. Mr Tapang Ivo, also an interim leader of the Consortium was present.

Stay tuned with BaretaNews.

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