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House of Assembly Cameroon: Hon. Joseph Mbah-Ndam contradicts Enow Tanjong at Opening of 2017 legislative Year

Honourable Enow Tanjong, the eldest Member of Parliament and President of the Provisional Bureau of the National Assembly says dialogue and effective decentralization is the way forward to the current Anglophone crisis.

He was speaking yesterday March 13 2017 in Yaounde during the opening of the 2017 legislative year at the national house of assembly.

Joseph Mbah-Ndam of the SDF thinks there are more important things concerning the crisis that the eldest Member of Parliament in the house could have pinpointed. He thinks the Dean could have dwelled more on lives lost and activists unlawfully detained rather than talking about decentralization and condemning burning of houses.



“20 years ago before I came to this parliament, they were talking about decentralization, we voted laws on decentralization. It’s not working” says Joseph Joseph Mbah-Ndam.

Hon Joseph Mbah-Ndam says federalism is the best form of government for this nation.

“We have awoken them on the virtues of federalism as a proper form of government for this nation, where we will be able to have the different regions manage their own affairs and stop this corrupt central governance which is dilapidating the wealth of this nation. We are opening a session with the backdrop of leaders of the civil societies of the northwest and southwest regions in prison, charged for offences that are unrelated with the issues involved.

My Dean did not make a notion to the fact that this is not what happened in the northwest and southwest of which he is a member of that community. He went ahead to condemn the burning of houses and so forth.


This to me is not more important than the human lives lost ” Hon. Joseph Mbah-Ndam says.

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