BaretaNews is getting confirmed reports that women from the Northwest and Southwest Regions made a benevolent visit to Southern Cameroonians in the Kondengui prison in Yaounde. This kind gesture was to commemorate this year’s International Women’s Day celebration in Cameroon. In the words of Mother Teresa, “it is not how much we give but how much love we put in giving.”
Therefore, this portrays an act of love and concern for the common man. These women feel the plight of their brothers in detention and had to extend their hands of kindness. The burden they have taken off these men through their benevolence is worth emulating.
In context with the struggle, Southern Cameroonians such as landlords, businessmen, humanitarians can carry out such benevolent actions to private teachers, lawyers, tenants, and others who are less privileged. These actions will help sustain and strengthen the struggle for a better Southern Cameroons.
Worthy of note that Women’s Day Celebrations in Southern Cameroons this year has been banned by the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium. The Consortium has called on Southern Cameroonians to stay home, observe ghost towns and avoid celebrating such a day when their husbands, sons and children have been killed and abducted.
It is expected as during the boycott of 11th February that Southern Cameroonians shall stay home.
BaretaNews, in this regard, appreciate and encourage more of these kind gestures.