Anglophone Crisis May Ignite A Political Tsunami In Cameroon, Archbishop Warns Biya

 A renowned Pentecostal Man of God, Archbishop Godfred Anyere Tarh, has warned President Paul Biya and his cronies to hold inclusive dialogue with the disenchanted Anglophones to pre-empt a political tsunami that may swept Cameroon into the abyss of a political genocide.

The Archbishop advised the Octogenarian Biya to descend from his political high horse and engage in constructive dialogue with the aggrieved parties himself, without sending his bird of ill-omen to do the job for him to a population that has no regards for them.

“The Head of State must, as a father of this nation, sit down and review all the suggestions that have been given to him about what is happening in the country and hold meaningful dialogue with the wounded parties that are involved. Not the kind of dialogue that he sends out people, but a dialogue where he himself should be able to talk. I don’t see the reason why he should shy away from his responsibilities. I belief strongly that if he comes out and talk, we are all his children, we will listen to him and if there is any disagreement, we iron it on the table of dialogue,” the Man of God stated.

The Archbishop was speaking in the South West Region recently during a conference of Pentecostal Bishops of Cameroon.

He decried the incessant quest for material wealth by some pastors and Government harassment of Pentecostal churches in Cameroon.

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