The Cameroon Civil Society Consortium has suspended the payment of council tax and any other forms of tax to the State of Cameroun.
In a communique to the people of Southern Cameroons, the Consortium says by their order taxi drivers, okada drivers, buyam sellams and all businesses should STOP the payment of taxes.Announced a Total boycott of Police/ Gendarmes and courts.
The decision comes after a conclave yesterday for a possible means to sustain the Anglophone struggle.
The Consortium notes that, “While bearing in mind that schools shut down and courts remain in place ;While bearing in mind that our leaders and hundreds of our people are still in jails; While noting that our internet and means of communication is still shut down; bearing in mind the brutality on our people in Ndop, Jakiri and Bali,the resistance must continue after the successful boycott of 11 February, 2017 celebrations in the entire Former British Cameroons.
Below are the highlights of the press release .
1. Ghost town this week shall be ONLY on Tuesday 14th February considering the long weekend we had. Ghost towns continue the following week on Mondays and Tuesdays as always.
2. Disputes and settlement should hence be resolved at the palaces of fons and chiefs, quarter heads and religious leaders. Total boycott of Police/ Gendarmes and courts.
3. Suspending the payment of all forms of taxes to councils and state. Therefore taxi drivers, okada drivers, buyam sellams and all businesses should STOP payment of taxes.
4. Boycotts of Camtel products and their subscription.