The celebration of Cameroon’s National reunification day has been evaluated to be very poor this year, ranging from participation to merry making.
In some areas like Kumbo, reports have it that the march past lasted just for 35 minutes and with a very timid turnout of the population. There were no spectators and not up to 10 schools participated.
On the part of Bamenda, there was a better turnout, more than that of 2017, even though not up to what the celebration used to look like in the past.
In Yaounde, Paul Biya watched SDF supporters march with hands on their heads, a significance of the fact that they were not happy with what was happening in the Anglophone Regions of the country. Some are even said to have marched half naked.
Studied B.Sc Journalism and Mass Communication at University of Buea
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