In an approximately four minute speech, the chairman of the Southern Cameroon governing council Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, disclosed to Southern Cameroons how events would look like from the moment he was addressing the people to next Tuesday. He indicated that more information would be relayed to the people on Saturday.
Sisiku expressed his gratitude to the women and everybody, who came out massively on Friday to demonstrate their bitterness against the regime in power. Looking at how determined they were, he declared that ghost towns will now be reduced from three days to one, which will be only on Mondays.
The Chairman equally talked about the House of Chiefs, saying it had been restored. He called on the chiefs to appoint quarter heads who will assist in the running of activities. One of the key things he asked the chiefs to do was send a message to every Southern Cameroonian to come out on Wednesday to keep their surroundings clean before the first of October.
All Anglophone members of parliament are expected to quit from La Republique latest Saturday, the chairman added.