The information has been circulating on social media for a while now, and the signatories to the announcement who chose anonymity have specified that T-shirts will be printed for the demonstrators. It will take place in front of the Cameroon embassy in Brussels, the capital of Belgium.
With MRC president, Maurice Kamto bent on going ahead with his threats of organizing a massive nationwide protest on September 22, 2020, despite numerous government warnings, his supporters and sympathizers both in Cameroon and abroad seem ready to respond positively to his call for a general action against the regime of President Paul Biya.
The Minster of Territorial Administration, Paul Atanga Nji has on two occasions turned to the press to make his threats to Maurice Kamto and to any other individuals who would dare go out on the streets to march come the 22nd of September.
Minister Paul Atanga Nji has equally instructed local authorities in the West, Center and the Littoral Regions to use all necessary military action needed to clamp down on any uprisings if the need arises.
Cameroonians in Belgium, in this regard, decided to schedule their own protest in Brussels on September 19, 2020. Details of the gathering in front of the Cameroon Embassy in Brussels suggest it will take place between 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm, with black t-shirts to be made available to the protesters.