Cameroon:Ghoghomo &co proposed Fcfa 30 million each for the leaders to suspend strike still the Ad Hoc Committee ended in fiasco

Tassang Wilfred after meeting today in Bamenda

The Chairperson of the Ad Hoc Inter-ministerial Committee tasked with examining and proposing solutions to the concerns raised by the Anglophone Teachers’ Trade Unions, Professor GHOGOMU Paul MINGO,led a second inter-ministerial Committee meeting with Anglophone leaders today Thursday 12th January 2017 at the Governor’s Conference Hall, Bamenda, beginning at 10.00 am prompt.

The special session between the Ad Hoc Committee meeting  ended again in total failure. The teachers staged a walked out after asking for the release of those still held in Kondengui.
CIR reports that the meeting was prolonged because Higher Education Minister, Fame Ndongo pleaded to have a session with the leaders and instead of opening a political discourse on the issues raised by the Consortium, the Biya acolyte proposed the sum of 30 million each for the leaders to suspend the strike.

The leaders at that point concerted and understood that the Yaoundé regime was not serious about solving the Anglophone problem but just playing around. The meeting was a desperate attempt by Fame Ndongo and his gang to get a possible answer back to Paul Biya. Minister Fame Ndongo during the deliberations pretended to be a very humble Beti Ewondo political elite and clamored for schools to resume in Southern Cameroons.

Wilfred Tassang who gave a short press briefing after the forum came to an abrupt end revealed that out of the 15 points tabled by the Consortium, they only succeeded in holding discussions on just 7. Tassang noted that the Francophone divide and rule tactics remains a delicacy within the Ad Hoc Committee members who announced that they intend to hold another meeting tomorrow only with the lawyers. Tassang told local and international press men and women that the all strike action remains. He added that all schools in Southern Cameroons will also remain closed.

information gathered here and there by say more than 50 okadas drivers escorted Mr tassang to his home honing seriously to the dismay of Fame Ndongo.


Okada riders escorting Tassang home

Those who took part in the second adhoc committee are:

1. Professor Jacques Fame Ndongo, Minister of Higher Education;

2. Mr. Jean Ernest Massena Ngalle Bibehe, Minister of Secondary


3. Mrs. Youssouf née Hadidja Alim, Minister of Basic Education;

4 . Professor Tata Simon Ngenge, representative of SYNES – University

Of Bamenda;

5. Pro. James Abangma, representative of SYNES -Buea University;

6. Mr. Tassang Wilfred Fombang, representative of the Cameroon

Teachers Trade Union (CATTU);

7. Mr. Tameh Valentine Nfon, representative of the Teachers

Association of Cameroon (TAC);

8. Mr. Afuh Stephen Kwah, representative of the Presbyterian Education

Authority Teachers Trade Union (PEA TTU);

9. Mr. Kimfon Michael Yufenuy, representative of the Catholic

Education Workers Trade Union (CEWOTU);

lO.Mr. Ayeah Emmanuel K. Ngam, representative of the Baptist

Teachers Trade Union of Cameroon (BA TTUC);


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