Apart from the Osih victory and the oath of loyalty, an open letter addressed to the President of the Republic read to the convention delegates seemed to have been another high point of the convention. Not just did the SDF Chairman direct his epistle to the Etoudi occupant but also was he clear that those in the diaspora faulting the SDF for being against what is now being called in some circles as the Anglophone struggle. 
The epistle which is the third according to the SDF strongman, addresses the impact of military brutality in the NW and SW regions, cites the reinstatement of those who were part of the coup that almost swept President Biya off the Presidential seat that have been integrated into government as an inspiration to pardon those detained because of the Anglophone crisis. 
The Chairman Fru Ndi signed letter says President Biya has dialogue before even with Boko Haram and can do even now. As to whether this makes sense to separatists only they can say but according to the chairman his party is not silent in the face of the crisis as they claimed and demonstrated by calling for a three day ghost town during the convention. 
Here is the Text 









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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