Barrister Nkongho Felix Agbor has once more raised his voice to talk about the Anglophone struggle in Cameroon.
The head of the Centre for human Rights and Democracy in Africa, CHRDA, took to social media today to express dissatisfaction with the division within Anglophones.
“When we stop the
infighting, Labeling those we disagree with them as enablers, blacklegs, traitors, sell out etc And we include each and everyone into the debate without attacking their persons or positions then we shall truly be on track” he wrote.
Nkongho Felix adds that “a lot of our brothers and sisters with constructive and brillant ideas with leadership qualities have either withdrawn from the struggle or decided to take a back seat.”
“This is due to the insults and “I know it all syndrome” where some people deify leaders and are intolerant to healthy debates and discussions. We cannot succeed as a people if we dont address these facts” he adds.
Nkongho Felix is one of several individuals to have been detained in connection with the ongoing Anglophone crisis.
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