Mancho Bibixy and Ngalim Felix of the coffin revolution have said the torture they received from Cameroonian authorities after the Yaounde prison riot, has not affected their desire to pressure stakeholders to do the right thing for schools to resume in the North West and south west regions come September.
In their latest declaration, the leaders of the coffin revolution appealed on the consciences of the government of Cameroon, anglophone parents, pupils and students, religion authorities and the international community to do all within their powers for schools to resume in September, in the Anglophone regions.
To the government of Cameroon, Mancho Bibixy and Ngalim Felix said Anglophones can not be taught the importance of education and government should rather concentrate on solving the problem of insecurity, than campaigning on the importance of sending kids to school. They recalled that anglophone Cameroon had the finest educational establishments before the start of the crisis.
They called on Anglophone parents to stand up and fight for the future of their children, and also for the children to rise up for their future which is being compromised.
Mancho Bibixy and Co demanded religious leaders and the international community to contribute like thay have done in other war ravaged countries to get schools resume effectively in the war ravaged Anglophone regions.