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North West Regional Assembly: Peace and conflict resolution to top July session -President.

By Nfor Nkfu 

The North West Regional Assembly shall meet in session on July 25th,2022. The convening of the regional deliberative body was the subject of a press briefing Friday July 22, 2022 in the house chamber in  Bamenda, North West region of Cameroon.
Fru Angwafor III (in black suit) presiding over the press conference

The house traditionally sat in June but an alteration was recently arrived at. 

"We used to sit in June in one of our yearly sessions but decided to shift it to July because we realized that the National Assembly sits in June." Said Fru Angwafor, President of the North West Regional Assembly, adding that "the reason for shifting the session to July is to enable members of parliament who by right attend the session in advisory capacity to attend."

According to Fru Angwafor, "this session will be dedicated to enhancing peace in the region and conflict resolution."
Journalists at press briefing (photo credit Shey Godbless) 

"We need to hear from everyone", he added .


"The problems of the teachers and the lawyers will also be looked into.We have invited them." the president said.

It is likely that the agenda of the July 2022 session is meant to pacify the violence in the crisis hit North West region.
It is an open secret that the violence in Anglophone Cameroon is as a result of government's negligence in solving corporate demands brought forth by English speaking lawyers and teachers in 2016.


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