Rotating the post of Prime Minister between the Northwest and Southwest regions with these men of yesteryears will not resolve the Anglophone crisis.
If Biya wants to save Cameroon from implosion, he should without further delay, return Cameroon to a federal system with a rotating presidency.
Only such bold initiatives which give Anglophones a stake in the country called Cameroon can convince Ambazonians to reconsider their struggle for independence. All these musical chair appointments are token measures of appeasement a smack of desperation to fuel the NW/SW schism and divide the resistance.
It might have worked before, but it will fail because people like Musonge, Philemon Yang, and Dion Ngute no longer speak on behalf of Anglophones. His house was burnt just yesterday, and this should signal to Biya that Dion, like other SW CPDM elite, are considered traitors of the Ambazonia struggle. His appointment as PM is just an invitation for him and his cronies to "come and chop" Before any ranting SW provincialist is tempted to accuse a Manyu man of attacking a fellow SWesterner, let me state in the interest of full disclosure that my mum is Oroko.