A couple of anglophone MPs in the North West Regional capital city of Bamenda today Monday the 28th of November have decided to join the strike action that’s rocking the Anglophone Cameroon.
The southern Cameroon or former British Cameroon has been experiencing tough times. The MPs of Bamenda have vehemently joined the struggle in support of the common law lawyers and the teacher trade unions. The social Democratic front SDF has taken the lead under the tutelage of Ni John Fru Ndi the national chairman of the party
This is very clear as members of the SDF party could be seen carrying their grudges on banners. These banners carry messages such as:
- No state sponsored Vandalism
- Anglophones are not a Tribal or ethnic group
- We stand with the common law lawyers and the teacher’s trade union.