The president of the Popular Action Party, Njang Denis Tabe has said that it was high time Cameroonians got off their seats and stopped the Condemnation game and take some action.
With everyone still reeling from the macabre acts in Kumba yesterday morning, the PAP President has blamed Biya’s government of mishandling the crisis, hence letting it to deteriorate to this stage.
“We call on every Cameroonians to stop the social media ranting without any action to take their full responsibility like we have seen elsewhere, to carry out actions that can stop this mayhem” he instigates.
In a bid to get out of the comfort zone and from social media rants, Denis Njang has demanded that Cameroonians once again take to the streets to demand for the resignation of President Paul Biya for his failure to solve the anglophone crisis.
“It is in this light that we call for a nationwide non-violent manifestation to force President Paul Biya and his government to resign as they have failed in solving the crisis” he declared.
The PAP president has also pleaded on the intervention of the UN troops to come salvage the situation in the war torn anglophone regions.