Conscience-Civil war in anglophone region
*MANCHO BIBIXY’S FINAL STATEMENTS
YESTERDAY, WEDNESDAY 25th APRIL 2018, TO THE YAOUNDE’S MILITARY COURT
”I am a dialogue person and not a violent person and I’ll state the following instances to show that:
1) In November, after going out in my coffin and condemning the bad roads, I led a delegation to the Bamenda city council where I personally had a long discussion with the Secretary General of the Council and he assured me they would look into the concerns I raised.
2) Still during that period, I was part of the commission that drafted submissions which was handed to the Prime Minister upon his visit to bda and dialogue.
3) I met with CPDM Senators in Bali where we discussed on peaceful ways to solve the Anglo crises.
4) I also met with a top military officer (name withheld) who came from yde with a helicopter accompanied by a captain at the office of the Pastor of P C Azire where we again discussed on the crisis and he even asked me if I’ll love to meet the President of the Republic to which I agreed.
5) The minister of Higher education Prof Jacques Fame Ndongo called me through the telephone line of Prof Abongbang of Buea to meet them at the Governors office Bda to talk on the Anglo problem.
6) Even while at SED – Yde I had a special meeting with the Defense heads Mr Bokam and General Elokobi.
It should be noted that before my arrest, they had been several failed attempts but I however made it clear to the public that I won’t run away from my country. To conclude, I am not only a journalist but also a teacher of History at the secondary and high school.
The judge at the time thought he did well in sentencing Nelson Mandela to jail, but for 25 years, over 45,000 South Africans died because dialogue was rejected. At this modern age do we want such records of death in Cameroon and at the end still return to dialogue?
Madam President, history would forever judge what happens here. You have the opportunity to either begin the end of the Anglo crises or pour more fuel to it. LOOK AT HISTORY AND JUDGE WISELY