A militant of the ruling CPDM party has claimed that President Biya has approved of the recent protest staged by SDF MPs to push talks of the Anglophone crisis through in parliament.
Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamnding was speaking to Radio Balafon on Monday.
MPs of the main opposition party started by boycotting the start of the final ordinary session of parliament for this year. They later stormed the National Assembly with chants against the ills of the Biya regime concerning Southern Cameroons.
Pascal Charlemagne personally congratulates the MPs on their move.
"I can assure you that since yesterday [Sunday ], President Biya has approved of the stance [of SDF MPs]...
"The national president [of CPDM] is in agreement with the move taken by SDF.
"He believes that there's need for dialogue, that the Anglophone crisis can be talked out [...]," the man is quoted as saying on Radio Balafon by Cameroon-Info.Net.
Since the start of crisis last year, Mr Biya has not made any meaningful declaration that can soften the hearts of striking people.
But there are rumours he is planning a visit to Bamenda in December.