In a note to the PM, he said the State’s greediness helped water the Anglophone crisis.
“How do you tell your people that, once upon a time there was a marketing board in Kumba and today it does not exist?” He asked. He went on to ask about other structures including the West Cameroon Development Bank and the Tiko airport.
“Our children are deprived of huge opportunities because of language barriers. The laws and Presidential decrees are done in French and after some time in English” he went on.
“How do you implement decentralization when appointed officials are at the beginning, in the process and at the end?” Dr Atem asked.
These officials cannot effectively administer the territory, owing to the fact that they are in no way accountable to the people they govern.
several others especially at the national dialogue have made similar calls, insisting that the least to be accepted should be Federation as the form of state.
Source: Kum Leonard
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