The IRIC lecturer recommended resuming the dialogue to ease tension in the Northwest and Southwest.
Professor Pascal Charlemagne Messanga Nyamnding is campaigning for the resumption of dialogue between the Cameroonian government and the leaders of the Anglophone protesters. Sunday, August 13, 2017 on the tv channel Canal 2 International, he argued that anglophones deserve to be heard. “The dialogue must be sealed within the country. This country with President Paul Biya has negotiated with the terrorists. We saw it when Father Vandenbeusch was liberated. People were going to negotiate with Boko Haram. Nevertheless, there were people who tried to assassinate the head of state during the Putsch of 6 April 1984. Some of them have become ministers of state. On this very specific point dialogue is important, “suggests the militant of the ruling CPDM party.
Messanga Nyamnding believes that the stagnation of the English crisis is the result of people who “want to keep a thorn in the side of the president.” Messanga Nyamnding thinks that anglophones shout their ill-being within the Republic of Cameroon rightly. “I have a colleague who remarked that when someone tells you that” the shoes hurt me you do not have to say that the shoes do not hurt at all. “ He is the one who has pain in his feet. When anglophones tell you that they have a hard time living with Cameroon, you have to see what is opposed! The notion of anglophone refers to people who were colonized by the British. This is not the language. For francophones it is the same. So there is a cultural reality that wants to me as a central committee member appointed by the head of state, that we must release these individuals. People are not happy, “says the IRIC teacher.
However he believes that the extremists who have apostrophized the government missions sent to meet them here and there in the world are wrong to radicalize. He explains that everywhere in the world are born secessionist movements. He cited as examples France, the United States and England but urged the government to use the strategies of appeasement. “This is the mission of the state. I do not understand that we have managed to make former putschists ministers, to negotiate with Boko Haram and to be told that the situation in the north-west and south-west is being fostered by the fact that ” We do not want to release these people. I, as a pro-Biya, is in favor of releasing these people and re-establishing dialogue, “he concludes.