The Chairman for Center for Human Right and Democracy in Africa, Agbor Felix Nkongho aka. Agbor Balla yesterday staged a heated debate in the decentralisation committee at the ongoing National Dialogue to solve the Anglophone crisis taking place at Conference Center in Yaounde.
While addressing decentralisation committee during delibrations, the right activist said “…we cannot leave here without looking at the form of state…”. His statement is a reaction to PM Dion Ngute’s consistent assertion in line with presitdent Paul Biya’s speech of september 10, 2019 on the themes to be discussed at the dialogue table.
President Paul Biya in an extra ordinary address to the nation on the September 10, 2019 called for a National dialogue to solve problems in the english speaking regions and defined that the dialogue most center around 8 themes which are; decentralisation, education, justice, reconstruction and development, bilingualism and multiculturalism, return of refugees, demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration, and diaspora.
Since the anglophone crisis started, the government of the republic has insisted that the form of state is non negotiable.