Hon Enwe Francis/Hon Simon Achidi Achu
From Bakah Derick in Bamenda
The Member of Parliament for Momo West Hon Enwe Francis says the current crisis in the North West region is in its second stage. Speaking in Bamenda Wednesday September 6, 2017 in the presence of Senate Vice President and Former Prime Minister Simon Achidi Achu and another Senator Dingha Ignatius Bayin from Ngoketunjia, the MP told reporters “now we can go about our activities normally but when it will reach the third Stage, it will be dangerous to the extent that all of the population in cities will run to their different Villages.
While arguing that CPDM parliamentarians have been working on their part to find solution to the crisis Hon. Enwe Francis presented a two page document explaining that he wrote to the President of the Republic to the present the problems and also propose solutions to the crisis.
Submitting that there will be no secession in Cameroon even in 20years, The Momo West law maker expressed discontent with some individuals out of the country who have been promoting the campaign on no school attendance and some parents in the region who have sent their children to other parts of the country for schooling saying that that is not the way out of the crisis.
  The member of parliament for Momo West revealed that when people talk of the UN and frame up lies, they should know that the very UN they are talking about is for Good and quality Education, the UN is for peace you name the rest.
   “Many think UN, is not in Bamenda or in Cameroon. The UN is everywhere. We want to see a Whiteman forgetting to know that most of the representatives of the United Nations Organization are mostly blacks. And when you paint a wrong picture thinking the UN isn't there, you are just fooling yourself.” Hon Enwe said noting that the UN is for quality education and for peace.  
The MP also disclosed that his party is canvassing for the President of the Republic to address the Nation a move he believes will materialize soon though admitting that his government has been slow in providing solutions to the crisis
Senator Simon Achidi Achu on his part regretted the escalating nature of the Ghost Towns wondering why when a majority of the detained Anglophones have been released. The Senator added that the Ghost towns have paralyzed economic activities in the region.
While admitting that the crisis has brought a lot of benefits to the North West, Senator, Dingha Ignatius Bayin said   “The head of State's action in recent days is opening a Room for frank dialogue.”

The law makers will end their session with a plea for Parents to send their children to school saying Education is the only gift a parent can successfully give his or her child adding that the MPs will do their part should lawyers return to court and children in classrooms. 
Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

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